Catherine Grier seemed to have it all - money, prestige, and a beach house that would rival the Hamptons. But an old scar buried deep in her soul hides a life filled with lonely nights and painful memories... until a dusty old book lands in her lap, sending her back in time to 1767 and into the arms of sexy Lord Bryne Adair.
Forced from his country on charges of treason, Bryne trusts no one, especially the blue-eyed, blonde-haired vixen he discovers in his bed, claiming to be from the future. Unable to resist, he'll play her game to the end. He has nothing left to lose but his heart.
©2015 Ditter Kellen (P)2015 Ditter Kellen
Yes I'd definitely listen to it again. I really liked the easy narration from Stevie Zimmerman
I liked the way the heroine was the star of the story. Enjoyed the modern and old times
I'd never heard her narration before but, her easy natural style made the enjoyable story a pleasure to listen to
true love has no time limit
I really enjoyed listening to this romance.. I liked the way the narrator went with easy from old to modern and how Ditter Kellen kept a nice flow in her writing between her characters
Yes, loved this story and loved the accent of Stevie Zimmerman
Cathe because of her strong character and her attitude.
no, first time and loved her
the book made me laugh and cry.......loved the storyline
Everyone should listen to this book......they will love it!!
The narrator. She managed to make a silly story with daft plot twists and turns sound legit and really romantic.
The main character and her chance for another go at love - and life.
I enjoyed the narration and a lot of the story. It was very unrealistic but also very romantic, and kind of redemptive.
Yet again, Stevie Zimmerman lured me into this book. She brings quality and class to everything she reads.
great story by a great author
i do not reveal character info that spoils the fun
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I loved the time traveling aspect of this book. It was very intriguing to listen to.
Yes I did. The story had great flow. It held my interest throughout the whole book and I wanted to read until I finished it.
This was the second book I have read by Ditter Keller and I loved it. Catherine was a very strong character and the chemistry between her and Lord Byrne was very believable. I can't wait to read more of Ms. Keller's work.
I feel this is a story worth listening to. I will recommend it to others that enjoy audio books.
Catherine was my favorite because she had a sassy side to her that made the story fun. I really liked that her character was straight forward.
I typically prefer male narrators because a lot of females make whats supposed to be a sexy man sound ridiculous. Stevie Zimmerman has a pleasant reading voice with an accent that is soothing to listen to. She also did a really well job on the male voices. I enjoyed the freedom of listening in the candle light and relaxing after a long day. Over all I felt Stevie Zimmerman did a good job of bringing the characters to life.
I definitely wanted to listen to it all in one sitting. I liked the faerie tale quality of traveling through time to find your soulmate and overcome a deep seated grief. The story was moving at a pace that kept your interest.
I am finicky about audio books because I am a avid reader. I have a hard time listening if the narrator annoys me it just ruins the story. There is nothing worse than a great book being read in a bad way. This was read in a way that was enjoyable and I now know that I can listen to others done by Stevie Zimmerman.
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