A childhood accident left Emmaline vulnerable to disturbing fugue states that last minutes but feel like an eternity. The blackouts are unsettling but manageable... until she meets Johnny Dellasandro.
The painter gained fame in the '70s for his debauched lifestyle and raunchy art films. His naked body achieved cult status, especially in Emm's mind - she's obsessed with the man, who's grown even sexier with age. Today he shuns the spotlight and Emm... until she falls into a fugue on his doorstep.
In that moment, she's transported back 30 years, crashing a party at Johnny's place. The night is a blur of flesh and heat that lingers long after she's woken to the present.
It happens again and again, each time-slip a mind-blowing orgy, and soon Emm can't stop, though every episode leaves her weaker. She's scared by what's happening, but she's even more terrified of losing this portal to the Johnny she wants so badly. The one who wants her and takes her - every chance he gets.
©2011 Megan Hart (P)2011 Harlequin
This book kept me entertained throughout the reading, and it was interesting. My main beef is using Lily Bask as a narrator. I know nothing about her, except that she sounds like a woman in her fifties which was very disconcerting when the character is 31. It made it hard to get into the story, the primness of her voice made it slightly more boring than the writing actually would have been if I had read the book myself and less fresh than if they had gone with a more youthful voice.
I didn't care for the time travelling part of it, a little out there for me. The sex scenes were great, narration not so.
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