A Medieval Time Travel -
While on a trip to England, Audrey rolls down a hill one summer night and lands in the winter of 1068. She finally accepts the fact she has gone back over nine hundred years to the past, but...why? What is she supposed to accomplish?
Sir Rolf first believes the strangely garbed woman who rolls in front of him is the wife of a rich lord. Then he is convinced she is a Saxon spy. But the Saxons at his holding insist she is Deira, the old lord's daughter returned to them--except Deira died and was buried ten years earlier. After learning the dead daughter was murdered, Rolf knows he must protect Audrey from the murderer, who may strike again.
Audrey and Rolf fight the mutual attraction they feel for each other while trying to discover the reason she was sent back in time.
|Publisher:||Highland Press Publishing|
|File size:||500 KB|
About the Author
Gerri writes historical romance, most often with a fantasy/paranormal element. Blue Moon Reunion, her short story in the P.E.A.R.L. nominated Blue Moon Enchantment is her first published work. Gerri has short stories in Christmas Wishes, Recipe for Love, Love Under the Mistletoe, and No Law Against Love 2, A Dance of Manners and Second Time Around. Gerri's Regency stories have been compiled into single author anthology, On the Wild Side.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The novel AUDREY’S LOVE is a fun fantasy, a warm romance, and intriguing story. Audrey travels back in time to the year 1068 with some magical assistance. She meet’s Sir Rolf, Lord of De Sheppey castle. That’s when the fun begins. A liberated 21st century woman in the Dark Ages is certain to cause pandemonium. The romance between Audrey and Sir Rolf builds throughout the book as it should in a good romance. The strength of the story is in the character play and dialog. Bowen uses enough authentic language to convince the reader that the setting and characters are real, but not so many obscure terms that Wikipedia is necessary. It’s supposed to be a charming, fun, love story, after all. First and foremost, AUDREY’S LOVE is a romance, and I believe that a good romance should be shared, my husband and I read the novel aloud before bed and enjoyed the story immensely. The prose flows—-making it easy to read aloud. Although the story focuses on love, there is a good lesson in forgiveness near the end. It is also evident that Bowen did some serious research into the history and mythology of the region in order to add credence to the story. I recommend the book to any reader (or couple) who enjoys a good fantasy. AUDREY’S LOVE is romantically abundant...and meant to be shared. If the reader is truly interested in escaping into a story world that is filled with love then pick up the book, look at the cover, the magic of AUDREY'S LOVE begins with a kiss.
Give yourself a treat and enjoy a story written by an author who knows how to tell a story. This book was cover to cover enjoyment. Get you copy and settle down in your favorite spot for a ride into another realm. Have fun. It's worth your time.
I can't believe this got published. How terribly written this was as though to ridicule the reader with preposterous sequences that that make you moan with disbelief. I was disgusted by the apoplectic ending that didn't seem to end but continued to insult one's intelligence with its absurdities. I will not read another story from this author again. If she can get published, then anyone who can lift a finger can as well. Do not be fooled into buying this as I was.