I was thoroughly enjoying this book, until coming to the scene in which Kelly & Daniel consummate their marriage. Having no voyeuristic tendencies toward other couples engaging in sexual activity, I have no desire to read about my "new friends" (characters I've invested my time and emotions getting to know) doing the same. In addition, I found the dialogue between the above mentioned couple to be unnecessarily over-the-top drippy in expressing their feelings toward one another - not to mention the frequency of said expression interspersed within everyday conversation. Indeed, I found it rather mawkish. I will not be reading any more of this author's books, which is quite a pity considering how much I enjoy time travel romances, but the inclusion of sex with the proverbial bedroom door open is a deal-breaker for me.
All of that being said, Constance O'Day Flannery is, in my opinion - admittedly, based upon this one book - an exceptional writer of time travel. I would whole-heartedly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys time travel, or/as well as romance leaning toward the schmaltzy, yet doesn't mind (or even enjoys) the sex scenes.