The Time Traveler’s Christmas by Amy Jarecki was a wonderful surprise for me.
I won the book and read until the wee hours of the morning to find out how it would end.
I look forward to reading more of the Guardian of Scotland stand alone series.
The Time Traveler’s Christmas by Amy Jarecki was a wonderful surprise. I loved this historical fiction novel and stayed up to the week hours of the morning to finish it.
Lachlan had not only lost one of the biggest karate tournaments of his life, but also his cheating wife. Now…he’s hiding out at his uncles.
His uncle had left him a Christmas gift, a medallion. He put it on, went to sleep, and…
I was immersed in Lachlan’s story early in the book and he never let me go. He is a sexy warrior that believes in doing the right thing, at all costs.
The surprises and action came early and the character’s came to life through Amy Jarecki’s words.
I was curious where she would take the story. Is it possible to straddle both worlds, moving back and forth between them? Would the medallion choose for him? Or would he have to choose?
Lachlan thought he knew and had one year . Come next Christmas, it would be time to go home. But he had this Christmas.
Of course, we have romance and, even though the sexual tension between Lachlan and Christine is almost instantaneous, their relationship develops slowly.
I was invested in their lives from the opening pages. They are strong characters that grow and develop over the pages.
I was surprised how much I loved The Time Traveler’s Christmas. Not about the time travel itself, because I love to read the genre, but because of the time and dialogue. Lachlan had been transported from the twenty first century to medieval times, and to Scotland to boot. I thought it might be tough reading, but I worried for nothing.
There was so much more to the story than I anticipated.
Sprinkled with truths of history, the Guardian of Scotland stand alone series is one I want to continue.