Return in Time

Return in Time What should be a relaxing vacation turns into a working time travel adventure when Teressa Ellers a pragmatic and gifted Relationship Coach is swept back to th century Scotland by a powerful fairy

  • Title: Return in Time
  • Author: Tricia Linden
  • ISBN: 9781605949109
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What should be a relaxing vacation turns into a working time travel adventure when Teressa Ellers, a pragmatic and gifted Relationship Coach, is swept back to 13th century Scotland by a powerful fairy She s been called upon to act as a match maker to secure an alliance between two feuding clans Taking the job and seeing it through to a successful ending is the only way fWhat should be a relaxing vacation turns into a working time travel adventure when Teressa Ellers, a pragmatic and gifted Relationship Coach, is swept back to 13th century Scotland by a powerful fairy She s been called upon to act as a match maker to secure an alliance between two feuding clans Taking the job and seeing it through to a successful ending is the only way for Teressa to return home which shouldn t be a problem for the relationship expert However, unexpected complications develop when Rory, the chief s youngest brother, takes a very personal interest in her and sets out to uncover if she s a mystery to unravel or woman to be loved.He s a handsome rogue warrior unrelentingly charming, naturally old fashion and completely unaware of her origins She s an independent 21st century woman witty, practical, thoroughly modern and determined to return home Through it all Teressa learns that even a relationship coach is not immune to conflicts of the heart.Magic took her back in time to unite a lord and his lady Is magic strong enough to unite her with her own true love A return in time may be the only answer Love, tis the strongest magic of them all Rory MacNicol

    One thought on “Return in Time”

    1. Here's my quick take: I love time travel romances- I'm addicted. This was pretty good- there is some serious romancing going on. The biggest issue for this book however is that everything is couched in relationship coaching speech. Seriously. Otherwise a nice fluffy romantic read.

    2. Game, set, and match!Unlike the game of tennis, love is the desired score when it comes to the game of life! It was Teressa's job as relationship counselor, I.e marriage counselor to insure the road to love ran smoothly, even if that road was seven hundred years ago! With the help of the fae Moezelle unbeknownst to her, she whisked to the past to rekindle the betrothal of the chief of the Clan MacNicol, Duncan and Lady Janet MacDonald. While assisting Duncan, she meets his brother Rory, who turn [...]

    3. The beginning of the book has me concerned that this might not be the clean entertainment I thought it was. Nothing definite yet. I'm just a few chapters in. OK, do yourself a favor and skip this book. First, this is not a well-written book--very shallow. (I mean, I didn't expect it to be deep but it was even more shallow than I could have imagined.) I did a lot of scan-reading (skipping A LOT) and did not feel like I missed much. I wish I would have stopped early on. That was my main thought fr [...]

    4. Full disclosure: I work with Tricia. Not your typical romance novel. The heroine isn't a "damsel in distress" in need of a man to save her. However, even without that, there is nice male/female energy interplay. Made me want to visit Scotland again, too!

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