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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Review - A Time To Love by Gail Symmonds


Title: A Time to Love

Author: Gail Symmonds

Publisher:The Wild Rose Press

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Rating: You Gotta Read


Reviewed by: Jennifer

Gifted with a mysterious antique necklace, Joanne Dunstan is magically thrust back in time, launching her on an incredible journey. Finding herself in the Scottish Highlands of 1626, she faces challenges and horrors never imagined. She also discovers friendship, honour, and love—with an arrogant Scottish Laird. Laird Connor MacKay suffers no fools. A warrior with a bitter past, he keeps his enemies, and demons, at bay. Joanne's mysterious arrival—and her outspoken manner—will test and anguish Connor in ways he never dreamed.


This was a great book. I loved every page turn. I love the author's characters. By the time I finished the book I felt like I knew them. I always like the struggle a character faces when thrust from the future to the past. The author does such a great job setting up the history and how hard the switch from future to past must be.
Jo is such a strong, independent woman and to watch her fall in love with Connor was sweet. The respect she earns from the highland men for being so brave was a good touch to the book. Connor is the perfect, sexy highland man that every woman would want to fall in love with. The ending chapters put a bit of a twist on the story, which really added to the story.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jennifer,
    I agree with every word you said. I have read Gail's book also, in fact my endorsement as a published author with The Wild Rose Press, is on the front cover. Terrific story.
    Not only is Gail a great writer she is a very nice person as well. We both belong to The Melbourne Romance Writers Guild. (MRWG)

    Best wishes
    Margaret

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