On assignment in London, FBI Agent Morgan Nash finds himself moments away from a bullet through the heart when the case he's working goes awry. But fate has other plans, he discovers when he wakes in a world far removed from his own. At work cataloguing ancient manuscripts in the British Museum,... show more
On assignment in London, FBI Agent Morgan Nash finds himself moments away from a bullet through the heart when the case he's working goes awry. But fate has other plans, he discovers when he wakes in a world far removed from his own.
At work cataloguing ancient manuscripts in the British Museum, Ezra Glacenbie inadvertently creates the magic that pulls Morgan out of the twenty-first century and into the nineteenth. It's an impromptu vacation which may become permanent when the spellbook goes missing. Further upsetting Morgan's search for a way home is the irresistible temptation to investigate the most notorious crime of the nineteenth century. But it's the unexpected romance blossoming between Morgan and Ezra that becomes the most dangerous complication of all.
Publish date: 2007-01
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Time Travel
, M M Romance
Downtime - This was and excellently written book by an excellent writer who created a character I wanted to kick in his head repeatedly. To make it more lopsided I adored Ezra and all his friends. I've also discovered I'm not the biggest fan of time travel.
I love Susan's review for this book. And though we disagree in our rating I would like to echo her main points about the book: *No steamy sex scenes.*No action.*No angst.*No fast-pace.And add some from me:*Annoying sub-plot.*Boring and uninteresting investigations. *The book is very long. It could ...
I have to say, I'm pleasantly surprised with this one. I am not a fan of historical romance, but this one actually kept me interested. Maybe Tamara's writing style played a part. Or maybe the Ripper history, something that, as morbid as it is, fascinates me for some strange reason. Perhaps it was be...
Big didn't finish from me. Nash, the FBI agent from the future, just seemed very, very dense about his situation (that of being yanked back in time 100 years by a group of incompetent magicians). He acted as if the entire situation was an inconvenience, like getting stuck at an airport due to a bad ...
September Pick-It-For-Me-Challenge, picked by K.This book was forever on my TBR. Kate managed to find it for my challenge and it really was a story out of my comfort zone. Historical and then ghosts on top of that:) Well, I started reading and couldn't get into it so I put it aside again - until a f...