On a trip to an old English castle, young Jessica Blakely travels back to the middle ages where she is grabbed by a rough young man and taken to his castle. As time progresses on, Jessica begins to break away the roughness of the man, as she falls deeply in love with him. At the same time, he is falling in love with her but trying his best not to show it. When the tension get to high, he beds her. She becomes pregnated with his child. The brother of the young man believes she is a witch and tries to kill her. But just as he threw his knife at her, she fell back into her time. After months, she finally found a way to get back to her star-crossed lover and they lived wonderful lives with many wonderful children.
The review of this Book prepared by Diana Shelton
Jessica Blakely wants love. Alone in the garden of Burwyck-on-the-Sea's sumptuous castle, she looks at the star--and makes her wish. Next thing she knows, she has traveled to the thirteenth century, and meets the most unlikely candidate for her wishes...or is he? For Richard of Burwyck-on-the-Sea, warrior, dour man that he is, is seemingly not looking for anyone.
The review of this Book prepared by Tina Loflin
In this romantic time travel, a musician who is visiting an English castle for a medievil reinactment finds herself wishing on a star, and swept back in time to meet a "fair and gallant knight." There is lots of humor and romance in this book, along with a fun time travel twist.
The review of this Book prepared by Kathleen
Time-swept romance of modern woman finding a knight in armor to give her love and equality. She wants love and understanding. He wants to make peace after a life of warring and an abusive childhood. The secondary characters offer amazing insights of humor.
The review of this Book prepared by Judy Carpenter