PhD candidate Kaitlyn McCann looks forward to her life in academia. When she is inexplicably tossed back 200 years into the past, the very period she is covering in her PhD thesis, nothing is the same for her again.
Meeting the objects of her study gives new meaning and a new focus to Kaitlyn's life. Can she go back to where she came from? Does she want to go back to where she came from?
Sharply written and with a strong feeling for detail, this book was a joy to read. The reader is swept along by the passion of the characters and of the story. Full of strong and interesting characters along with keen sense of the foibles of real people this one will keep the reader riding the crest right to the end.
As soon as Kaitlyn McCann finished her PhD dissertation on women's contributions to the American Revolution she would be on her way to a comfortable and predictable existence in the world of academia—just as her father had wanted. A life stuck in a library all day was the perfect routine for a shy, aspiring professor.
But when a strange fog sweeps her two hundred years into the past and into the arms of the heavily muscled, gallant older brother of one of her research subjects, she begins to see how much pleasure can be found in unpredictability.
Irish-born Captain Gabriel O'Connor is a man who values his control. But when he rescues Kaitlyn from an attack by drunken soldiers, the combination of brains and beauty in this one headstrong woman is enough to send his well-ordered life into a tail spin. All he has to do is survive hell to ensure she remains his forever.
Reader Advisory: Includes frank language and explicit sex scenes.