I really loved A Murder in Time and was fortunate in that I didn't discover it early and so had only a month to wait until receiving A Twist in Time. Both books are excellent mysteries with a time-travel twist (Kendra Donovan, an FBI agent, was somehow transported 200 years into the past). The settings are vivid and give a sense of both the time and social milieu, as well as Kendra's sense of "I don't belong here!" Of course, there's a handsome nobleman who'd like her to stay . . .
These books have just the right mix of "setting" and "story" (the story being murders/character development). The settings do not overwhelm the story; neither does the story ignore the important aspects of the setting. The mystery was challenging (not obvious, but not "out of the blue" either).
Mostly, the author's writing excelled at making me care about the characters. I really *like* both Kendra and Alex (and a number of the other characters) very much and I do hope the author writes a sequel. Although the story in this novel resolves, I think there's more stories to tell and more mysteries to solve--here's my plea for MORE THAN ONE SEQUEL, PLEASE!!