Title: Must Love Chainmail (Must Love Time Travel #2)
Author: Angela Quarles
Published Date: July 14th 2015
Genre: Time Travel Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Trapped in the wrong time, she needs a knight in shining armor, but this damsel in distress might be the real savior.
A damsel in distress…
With a day planner attached to her hip, the last thing Katy Tolson wants is a romance that threatens her well-ordered life. She’s set to marry the safe–but bland–guy, but something’s not quite…right. A careless wish thrusts her through time into medieval Wales and into the arms of…
A knight in somewhat shining armor…
Sir Robert Beucol, half-Norman and half-Welsh, lives with the shame of his father’s treason and vows to reclaim his family’s holdings and thereby his honor. To prove himself to his king, he must be more Norman than a full-blooded Norman. What better way to show loyalty than to fight his mother’s people? He has no desire to be sidetracked by the mysterious wench with pink toenails, peculiar habits, and passion smoldering behind her cool, collected exterior.
A rebellion that challenges both…
The Welsh uprising fits perfectly into Robert’s plans. Katy’s on the other hand? That’s a no. As they embark on a perilous journey through the heart of Wales, each passionate encounter pulls them closer together, but farther from their goals. When everything they value is at stake, can they save each other and their love?
This is the second book I have read by author Angela Quarles, the first being a fun steampunk escapade and whilst this was totally different the same excellent writing skills were there.
A long time Whovian if you throw the words Time Travel around I am generally a sucker for it and having recently discovered the Outlander series, (yes I know I am late to the party on that one) Time Travel Romance definitely calls my name and so when I was offered a copy for review my little grabby hands were very happy.
For the most part this was a fun, easy read, with a decent level of steam thrown in. The time travel part was well handled and yet again Angela has delivered a stand alone book so anti cliffhanger fans can rejoice.
That being said this is book 2 in the series and whilst it focuses on an individual story and thus can be read as a stand alone (I did – having not read book 1), I do feel there were just a couple of references to other characters that would have meant more to me had I read book 1 in the series, but I am funny like that. I could, or course, be completely wrong and the references were to something entirely in the characters head but I am intrigued to read other installments both prior and future.
Over all 4 stars from me and I look forward to more from this author. V””V
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