My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I was provided with a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
The tale revolves around Ashley Moore. When some mysterious happenings lead her to Scotland, she encounters an array of totally remarkable characters - among which is the handsome Cailin MacBayne. The only irony here is that she has had to cross a time-warp bridge to reach where Cailin is. While Cailin gets captivated by Ashley, Ashely cannot help falling for Cailin, while at the same time tugging at the dilemma of having to live in an age she has no roots in. Does she stay back, or does she choose to return to her life, is what the book takes us through.
This was a nice and clean tale - although the reader wishes that the story had one track instead of multiple plots, about backward travelling in time, wars and battles, the witch angle and so on. The characters of Ashley and Cailin are handled well - with both going through internal emotional upheavals when falling in love with each other. The pace of the novel slackens a bit here or there, especially when the war is waged in the story. Overall, this was a cool read and I would recommend this to lovers of time-based romance and adventures.
My rating for this book: 3 stars
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