Another Time Another Place [NOOK Book]

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Tessa Garrett has had less than an interesting life. Forgotten and abandoned as a child, her life consisted of foster homes and self-reliance. Her only escape from reality was her dreams; dreams of a castle she thought only existed in her mind until she woke up within its walls in the thirteenth century. Eric Bartholomew Hadley had found no time for love, unless it became necessary to lure the opposite sex into his bedchamber. As future lord of his castle, Eric will honor his father's last request and marry a ...
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Another Time Another Place

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Overview

Tessa Garrett has had less than an interesting life. Forgotten and abandoned as a child, her life consisted of foster homes and self-reliance. Her only escape from reality was her dreams; dreams of a castle she thought only existed in her mind until she woke up within its walls in the thirteenth century. Eric Bartholomew Hadley had found no time for love, unless it became necessary to lure the opposite sex into his bedchamber. As future lord of his castle, Eric will honor his father's last request and marry a shrew. Knowing the loveless union will provide his castle with a lady and hopefully an heir, he reluctantly agrees to the upcoming nuptials until he discovers Tessa in his courtyard. Can true love overcome all odds and bridge the gap of eight centuries?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000163658
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
  • Publication date: 2/25/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 530,256
  • File size: 367 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2012

    Disappointed

    Thoroughly disappointed, it started out slow then was rushed to the end, more explaining than action. Tessa went back in time where she actually was from.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2007

    Travel to another time and another place

    Ever felt like you just don't belong anywhere in your life? Not even in the same time zone? Well, like Tessa you could be from another time and another place. Living in the 21st century with a cheating boyfriend and back stabbing best friend. Tessa Garrett has no family and no memories of them ever, just memories of drifting from foster home to foster home. Dreams continuously plague Tessa with a castle, a dark haired little boy and red haired girl playing tag in the courtyard then the two lying on their backs arguing over the shape of a cloud. When she finds out the castle in her dreams is real, her best friend Libby buys the ticket for Tessa out of guilt because she slept with Scott. He was Tessa's boyfriend that could never seem to keep away from other women. Finally getting to tour the castle remains, rain threatens the sky and Tessa begins running toward the corner tower for protection. She falls on the way to the tower and discovers something very erie, the headstone of Theresa Brookshire. The little red haired girl from her dream was named Theresa Brookshire. Thunder wakens her from her shocked state she begins running toward the tower again but falls once more. This time she blacks out and wakes up in a huge bed with a man looking exactly like Scott. Only his accent is that of many many years ago. And he is called Lord Eric of Hadley Castle. Tessa can only think that she is dreaming again. Until each time the two touch and the sparks fly love quickly follows. Too bad he is betrothed to the evil witch Gretchen with no way out. As honor to his father he will not back down from this wedding. Once Gretchen sees that Lord Eric is smitten with Tessa, she begins trying everything to rid the castle of Tessa. The 13th century has awoken feelings inside of Tessa she never knew could possibly exist. The man, Scott from the future is nothing like this man Lord Eric that she has fallen madly in love with. It does not take long for Tessa to realize that the 13th century is where she has always belonged. I think T. Sue Versteeg wrote this book beautifully. The dialect of the 13th century was very well written. I could just fall in love with Lord Eric he is such a wonderful character and is very like what men should be back in those days. Eric's betrothed Gretchen was a selfish little witch who cared for nothing besides herself and the title of Lady of Hadley Castle. There are a few other amazing characters in this book but I will not give them away. And many more exciting, keep you on the edge of your seat events. You must read it for yourself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2007

    OUTSTANDING BOOK

    Wonderful reading.You can totally place yourself in another time and another place.Great book for keeping your interest.Once you start reading you can not put it down.

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