Thursday, November 5, 2009
Book Review - Wish for the Moon, by Sandra Jones
Do you love time travel books? I do.
Wish for the Moon is a great example of time travel romance done right. Interesting characters, a solid plot and enough steamy sex scenes to pull you through to the end of the story.
I haven't come across a romance heroine with epilepsy before, but Jones never makes a victim out of her main character, Carrie Greer. Instead, she's a well-rounded, modern-day woman who takes her search for a cure into her own hands. An expert herbalist, she travels to England in search of an herb rumored to help bring epilepsy under control. There she meet Matthias Thorne, a history professor with a past...a long, long past.
Banished from his 13th century home after committing a crime he can't remember, Matthias stumbles through a portal into the 21st century. Now he's not sure if he can ever get back.
When Carrie and Matthias go hurtling back into the past, they must solve a mystery and learn to love each other, if either of them are to ever find happiness.
Check it out here.