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Shannon Whitney didn't believe she had a future until Andrew McVie crash-lands his time-traveling hot air balloon in her backyard one summer afternoon and changes her life forever. He is a Revolutionary War patriot. She is an independent modern woman. Their paths should never have crossed, but apparently fate has other plans...
©2012 Barbara Bretton (P)2013 Barbara Bretton
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By Trish R. on 03-25-14

Better than the first..

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I wasn't sure I was going to bother reading this but I decided to read it since it was a time travel. I liked Andrew and Shannon and the sex was better in this book, which I happen to like in my books. After reading that Shannon had a ex-husband I new he would make a showing and he would be detestable, which he was, and he ALMOST got what he deserved. It was a good read, over all.<br/>I've started the third book, Destiny's Child, but so far I'm not too sure I like it. Since I live in the real world I read books to take me away from that part of my life so for an author to write about a heroine who is overweight, a child who she describes as ugly and the girl's father who is a real bastard, I'm not even sure I'll want to finish this book. I'll let you know..<br/><br/>As to the narrator: I really wasn't going to listen to this one because the narrator isn't worth a crap when it comes to any kind of emotions while reading the book. IMO..<br/>Whether she's supposed to be laughing, whispering, grumbling, she reads every word the same. Just terrible. AND, just like the first book, Somewhere in Time, Andrew sounds tooo feminine. <br/>

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