Enchanted Time

Enchanted Time

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by Amy Elizabeth Saunders
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780505523136
Publisher:
Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
06/28/1999
Series:
Timeswept Ser.
Edition description:
REISSUE
Pages:
442
Product dimensions:
4.19(w) x 6.76(h) x 1.20(d)

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Enchanted Time 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Seattle, Ivy Raymond owns and operates an antique store, ENCHANTED TIME. She normally sees sellers by appointment or in bulk lots, but to rid herself of the pesky elderly woman, she agrees to look at the package. Inside is a book from the sixteenth century that obviously is worth a lot, but the woman insists on $100 or she will sell it to the nearby bookstore owner. A stunned Ivy feels some sort of weird inexplicable connection to the names inside the tome and buys the book.

Ivy reads some of the incantations only to find the spells work though she remains skeptical. However, the last spell she cites sends her back to the drafty abode of a seventeenth century gentleman, Julian Ramsden. As they fall in love, he wonders if she is a spy working for his enemy trying to stop Julian from regaining all he lost. Then there is the Witch Hunter General who will hang female family members of Julian including his beloved Ivy if he is not stopped in time.

This is a reprint of an enchanting mid 90s time travel romance that is one of the sub-genre¿s best. The story line is exciting due to a tremendous cast who will make moving back and forth in the time stream seem possible. Ivy is a wonderful heroine and her beloved is a delightful hunk struggling between love and desire vs. trust. The secondary characters provide depth to the mid-seventh century especially the Witch Hunter General. Readers will have an ENCHANTED TIME perusing Amy Elizabeth Saunders¿ appealing tale.

Harriet Klausner