I was intrigued by the synopsis of this story. Being a avid Fantasy and a mediocre Sci Fi fan, of course the idea of being "frozen" for centuries was enough to get me to buy this book. What Amira Rain did with it was great. I think a few more problems with coming out of cryogenic freezing would have been in order, but this is a shifter romance, not a Sci Fi novel. I enjoyed it a lot as a shifter romance. Hopefully she'll have a series if she already hasn't started one. I kinda think she might have due to some of the references to another couple, maybe not. I'll have to look.
The only problem was the introduction of a "Time Machine". This was highly implausible and too pat. Time machines have too many moral and physical consequences to just be added as a simple plot line. The implications are too broad. The way it was added as a deux machina-and a "too good to be true" solution with the 'alternative universe'. I would have taken a half point off if possible.
Too bad the book cover picture is sort of not the best. Anyway, this was a great shifter romance with a different twist.