Wolfsbane (Tales of a Traveler #2) by N.J. Layouni (Review by Derek – #NerdGirlDad)


Title: Wolfsbane (Tales of a Traveler #2)

Author: N.J. Layouni

Published Date: September 4th 2014

Genre: Time Travel / Romance


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Losing the twenty-first century was bad enough, but Martha Bigalow’s situation is about to become a whole lot worse.

Only days after her marriage to Vadim—a handsome outlaw stalked by grim shadows of the past—Martha is captured by his arch nemesis, the evil Earl of Edgeway.

While awaiting her fate in a dank dungeon beneath Edgeway’s castle, Vadim’s twisted foster brother— Anselm—offers her a way out, an alternative to a tortuous and painful death.

Forced into a life of deceit, Martha discovers friendship where she least expects to find it, even within the stronghold of the enemy, and by the time war descends on Edgeway, the boundary between black and white—between friend and foe—is less distinct.

As the castle braces itself for a bitter siege, Martha’s loyalty is divided, her love for Vadim tested to its limit… and may prove to be yet another casualty of war.

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***Derek – #NerdGirlDad’s  Review***

 Tales of a traveller is a clever, if slighly misleading title. The traveling was through time, from present day twenty first century to some time in the middle ages. (A trip I have often wished possible, especially if I could take my knowledge with me.) This is a romance, though; not a sci fi novel.
It is complete in itself, but is book two in a series, and judging by this one well worth reading.
Whilst Martha is the central character, I found two others, Vadim and Anselm much more interesting and I was pleased when Anselm turned out to be not as bad as at first painted. It will be interesting to see how his character is developed in the next of the series.

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