The Troll Bridge
By Patti O'Shea
Published: April 09, 2011
Words: 13,262 (approximate)
Lia Stanton likes to play things safe, but when she finds herself transported forty years in the future to the planet of Jarved Nine, she's left reeling. Can she count on Special Forces soldier Troll Maglaya to help?
This is a short story that was originally published in THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF TIME TRAVEL ROMANCE.
Lia Stanton, a woman who likes things safe, accidentally gets caught in a wormhole when she's just supposed to be getting a nice, easy fluff piece to write. It throws her forward in time and space, landing her on a planet she doesn't recognize. On the heels of her arrival, she's accused of espionage and forms a connection to a man she never should have met.
Troll Maglaya is on his third tour of duty on Jarved Nine. Just when he thinks nothing here can surprise him, he's assigned to watch a suspected spy. As soon as he sees Lia, he knows her claim of time travel is true--he's carried a drawing of her for years, one made fifty years earlier.
, science fiction romance
, time travel romance
, jarved nine
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on April 02, 2013 :
Not one of her best. Her Crimson city books are much better.
(reviewed long after purchase)