This was beautiful! Time travel at its best. A moving loving story about two people that fall in love over a period of time. True love that never fails for them. It becomes a little dicey and heart wrenching but never fails. A fabulous HEA.I was so happy to read this book. It was so descriptive and wonderfully written.
Maggie travels back through time to the 1600s (courtesy of a bloodstone) and does not want to, but falls in love with Winn, a grumbly, growly Native American who knows all about bloodstones but does not want to believe that she is his true mate. I fell into each page as I was transported through their world learning new things like Maggie did and finding out that heroes come in all shapes and sizes. The sweeping saga was fun to read and it never seemed to be as long as it was, and that makes it very entertaining indeed!
Winn has a duty to kill her because of her knowledge of the bloodstone (she just had bad luck) but cannot because he loves her and there lies the issue, a large issue. Being a twenty-first century girl thrown into a world of massacres, witch hunts and bigotry on both sides, Maggie handles herself just the way I would have. Even though she remembers from her history books what will happen, handling it is another wrench thrown in to the mix. She and Winn are believable and bring reality and normalcy to this story. Cannot wait for the next in the series!!
-Reviewed by Khriste