A woman alone, just weeks before she is to deliver a new life into this world, Suzanne McDermott is determined to remain strong and accept whatever the future might bring. But she never dreams it will bring her...the past.
The stranger who washes up on the New Jersey shore is badly injured - and unprepared for the world into which he is about to walk. For the last thing Charles Garrity knew, it was the Roaring Twenties, and his life's ambitions were about to be realized. Yet a beautiful woman is telling him it is nearly eight decades past his time! Suzanne has rescued him and has...opened his eyes and soul to new wonders. Now it is he who must save her heart - and his own - with the power of something neither of them has ever known: real love.
©2001 Constance O’Day-Flannery (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
The narrator did a decent job on the lead male with his Irish accent, which is the only thing that saved me from rating this a 2. However, she made the females weirdly singsong sounding, especially the Jennifer character. Even when she wasn't singing the words from the lead female, she still came out sounding annoying with really weird almost dramatic pauses in really weird places. I can only say I found her very irritating.
Didn't hate it, but didn't love it. It wasn't good enough to last as long as it did. I found myself praying it would end soon.
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