he book opens with a handfasting being held two thousand years in the past. The husband-to-be proves within the first five minutes that he’s a right barbarian as he beds a pregnant fertility priestess after leaving his wife-to-be in the middle of a deadly storm which disrupted the handfasting ritual.
The deadly storm turns out to be a plane crash landing from two thousand years in the future and introduces the main character, Jenna. Jenna is a light aircraft pilot and had been carrying an ancient artefact to Scotland. Unbeknown to Jenna the artefact was what her husband-to-be had intended as a wedding gift for her, but had missed it at auction.
She catches her husband in bed with her best friend just before she gets hurtled back in time and the story progresses from there.
The book is well written and the story is entertaining. It’s not edge-of-the-seat gripping interesting but the build up over the last few chapters keeps you reading.
Although the book is well written, it’s hardly ‘believable’ in any sense of the word. The characters from two thousand years ago all speak modern English and even common slang in some places.
Worth a read? If you like erotica yes, as it states on the cover. If you don’t, avoid this book at all costs as it contains plenty of it.