Nothing But Time

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
What is a girl to do when an awkward first date leads to a trip back in time?

Love takes a journey across time when modern day biochemist meets the man of her dreams, Brandon Ryder, Earl of Harrowby, only to be challenged by risks, regrets and denial. When they are finally able to set those all aside, will Brand and Kate find the right time for happiness and a life together? More

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Words: 112,560
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465739070
About Angeline Fortin

Angeline is a life-long lover of history and romances. Her first books began with the saga of the MacKintosh clan in her Questions for a Highlander series and she also writes in the genres of time travel romance, contemporary romance and YA fiction.

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Review by: D. A. Rhine on July 03, 2014 :
I am a huge Fortin fan and have read all the books in the Highland series. I read this one last.

The story starts off a bit sluggish with many details about Kate and her work, but once Kate transitions to Brand's time, the pace quickens, and I found myself staying up late to read, 'just one more chapter'.

Kate is likable and quite assertive, maybe to a fault, especially in this time. And Brand is a lovely character, hunky, sensual, and sexy; however, he breaks character when he seduces a woman in his employ. It was hard to believe that someone of his stature, with his integrity, would have broken societal rules for Kate, a housekeeper with no money or social standing. It's plausible and because I liked the characters so much I overlooked that issue and simply enjoyed their interaction.

If you've read and liked other books in this series, you'll enjoy this one too. There's a lot of heat between the two main characters to keep you satisfied and turning pages. Just remember it's only fiction and meant to be entertaining...not a historical text.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: enigma777 on Feb. 05, 2012 :
Absolutely loved this book! Definitely well worth the money! Loved Kate's spunkiness and Brand's hunkiness. :) All in all a fabulous read, but would have loved to read about Brand conquering the 21st century in his own way. :)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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