Time Travel Romance

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Loving the Highlander

In Loving the Highlander, the sequel to Charming the Highlander, the men of the MacKeage clan from 12th Century Scotland continue to adapt to life in the 21st century. Morgan MacKeage is a modern-day warrior who still wears his sword and roams the backwoods of Maine completely adrift in his new worl ...

C-
Only Time Will Tell

Sherry Lewis tries to do a difficult thing in Only Time Will Tell. She starts out with two deeply flawed characters, and tries to show how their love strengthens them and makes them both better people. The problem is that they are both initially so unlikable that it's really hard to care whether or ...

B-
Loving the Highlander

Janet Chapman has definitely got a good thing going with her Highlander trilogy and, if this second installment isn't quite as compelling as the first entry, anyone who enjoyed the dynamic Greylen MacKeage and Charming the Highlander won't want to miss this one. Morgan MacKeage ...

B-
Sam's World

Time-travel romances often take their characters into the past or bring them to the present, but the future seldom seems to be the destination of choice. While most futuristics seem to involve aliens, space travel and other worlds, I've always had a soft spot for SF tales of the future right here on ...

B
The Very Virile Viking

Sandra Hill has written some enjoyably humorous Viking romances, though they are not without fault. She sometimes strains too hard for humor and upon occasion has created shrill heroines. But The Very Virile Viking suffers from none of these flaws. Funny without being silly, it features a smart, fun ...

C+
Lady Robyn

I am easily bored by politics. It doesn't seem to matter if it's present-day Congressional wrangling or the more direct and often brutal ­ politics of other eras - at a certain point I just begin to lose interest. This, unfortunately, is exactly what happened when I read Lady Robyn, the second book ...

A-
Charming the Highlander

Never heard of Janet Chapman? That’s about to change, right now. If her debut novel, Charming the Highlander, is any indication, her name is going to soar quickly to the top of the discerning reader’s list of must-buy authors. Charming the Highlander is set in contemporary no ...

D-
The Dark Highlander

Och, lass, I have more problems than praise for The Dark Highlander; in fact, I have virtually no praise at all. Whatever success this author attained in terms of decent imagery or interesting detail was lost on a hero and heroine who had me gritting my teeth in irritation by the middle of the book. ...

A-
George and the Virgin

George and the Virgin was exactly what I needed to read last weekend. It was fun. It was funny. It had only the teeniest, tiniest, most negligible bit of angst - just enough for character development. It has the honor of being the only book I've read for review this year where I did not count the pa ...

D
Night Games

The premise of Night Games is simple and silly. Five hundred years in the future, sex has become a spectator sport. Brian Byrne is the MVP of his time. Because he is feeling overworked and burnt out he decides to take a vacation. In Brian's century, time travel is possible, so he goes back five hund ...