O’Rourke believes in happily-ever-afters…just not her own. She’s convinced
passion only exists in her dreams. When she reluctantly accepts a marriage
proposal, Bri decides she needs a vacation―but she didn’t expect it to be in
13th century Ireland.
peace for his clan. The time for him to marry has come, and after waiting years
for his ally to present their daughter, he’s agreed to marry another. But on
the eve of his nuptials, a daring rescue brings his missing betrothed right
into his arms.
future. Nioclas has to marry. He offers a solution for the both of them: She
marries him and stays for three months, and they work together to convince his
clan they are a love match. In return, he vows to safely return her home. But
as the days turn to weeks, they both begin to see what a happily-ever-after
could be. And when the time comes, does Brianagh return to the life she’s
built, or does she remain in the past for a chance at true love?
Brianagh O’Rourke is a matchmaker that also happens to be capable of time-travel. She is jealous of what her clients have, true love. Bri spends her day dreaming of the perfect man; until the day her cousin, Reilly takes her away to the country six-hundred years into the past. Bri lands in a time of great turmoil and her being there will be of the utmost importance. The center of this turmoil is Nicoclas who lives in the Ireland of 1457.
This book flew by and I couldn’t stop once I’d started. Love how the author told the story and how wonderful a character Bri was. She was more than able to adjust to her surroundings and excel. This book was reminiscent of Time Line from Michael Crichton. The story was fast and full of wonder and life from the past and the future with some Irish history for good measure. I would definitely recommend this book with high praise.
and raised near Boston, Massachusetts, Nancy Scanlon wrote her first romance
novel at age 16, when she realized that fictional boyfriends were much easier
to figure out than real ones. In the time since, she managed to earn a degree
in English, obtain a graduate certificate in creative writing from the
University of Cambridge, and marry the man of her dreams (but she still holds
tight to her fictional boyfriends).
she resides in Puerto Rico with her husband, two children, and two dogs. When
not writing, Nancy spends her time reading, reviewing and blogging about
romance novels, watching too much HGTV, and taking care of her family.