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Friday, September 9, 2011

Review – Across the Winds of Time By Bess McBride

Across the Winds Of Time

Title: Across the Winds of Time

Author: Bess McBride

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

Buy Link: Buy Across the Winds of Time Here!

Rating: You Need To Read

Reviewed By: Laura

Blurb:

While on a genealogical research journey through the Midwest, Molly Hamilton impulsively buys a 100-year-old Victorian house in the middle of a cornfield, and falls in love with the house and its owner...the original owner, that is. Can he be a ghost? The handsome, intriguing attorney certainly feels solid—and somehow her soul knows she has always loved him.

Darius Ferguson has no idea how he has come to present-day Iowa. The last thing he knew, the year was 1880, and he had just buried his fiancée, who happens to look exactly like Molly. He cannot separate the two women in his heart—to him, they are one.

In spite of being drawn to him, Molly thinks Darius is unhinged. Darius wonders if he has joined his fiancée in purgatory. If time travel is possible, will love be enough to build a future together?

Review:

As a young girl, I used to fantasize about meeting a man who would love me forever, no matter what. This story is a great twist on that fantasy. What woman wouldn't want a man to punch his way through time and space and find her when he thought she might be lost forever?

Ms. McBride writes with her usual flair and unique spin on time travel. The reader is genuinely satisfied with the quirks and awkwardness expected with the 100 year age time difference and varied customs and clothing. The scenes range from comedic to romantic to frantic and back again. The attention to detail when the author describes the Victorian home, the surrounding land and the scenery in both time periods is phenomenal.

I loved every single page because it is apparent from the beginning that the pace is consistent and compelling just like all of her other titles. I plan to purchase a few copies as gifts to friends because this story can touch everyone on several levels.

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