Lisa Welsh only wishes to leave a messy divorce behind for a couple of days stay in Salado, Texas but wakes to nightmares and a cowboy in her bed, and she has no earthly idea how he got there. But the situation gets worse when she learns she's now living in 19th Century Salado. Even more worrisome is the tall dark stranger, and everyone else in town believes she's some woman named Josephine Rogers who is supposed to be dead.
Jack Stanton can't believe the clerk gave him an occupied room at the Shady Villa Inn, but worse, he was ready to ravage the woman in that bed-until he realized his mistake. Now the woman he thinks is Josephine claims to be some other woman-and though he could never abide by Josephine's fickle ways, this Lisa Welsh intrigues him like no other. Still, if she isn't Josephine, he figures he best help her find her way back to where she really belongs no matter how much he wants to keep her with him.
Together, Lisa and Jack must solve the mysteries and face the troubles in their worlds or they will never be free to share the love that binds them across the ages.
©2011-2012 Terry Spear (P)2013 Vinspire Publishing
Terry Spear, YES! Cathy Schrecongost, NEVER!!
Make the heroine less stupid and stop using 21st century slang in a book that supposed to be set in the 1800's.
Anyone who can make a male sound a little bit more like a male and put some emotion in her voice. All she did was read the book.
After listening to only 23% I can honestly say that it needs to be rewritten. Then I might give it another try.
I have almost 500 reviews on Amazon and have only given a few books 1 and 2 stars but this one deserved it. I gave it two stars because I liked Jack's personality and his POV. Lisa was TSTL and the narrator was the worst. I've gotten to the point where I like to buy both the book and the audio but it this case it was a real waste of money.
I read anything from YA to Erotic, Paranormal to Historical. I prefer YA on audio.
I believe this is a standalone book.
There is a lot going on in this story. Time-travel, murder, ghosts, embezzlement, outlaws, twin-like appearances, etc... If you're looking for a story that will make you think, this is definitely for you!
This is for the audiobook - I wasn't a huge fan of the narration. It seemed like a reading in high school - no emotion or inflections. If you enjoy that type of narration, however, it would be perfect for you!
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