Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Timeless Passion by Kayden Claremont

Title:  Timeless Passion
Author:  Kayden Claremont
Publication Date:  November 13/15 by The Wild Rose Press
Length:  117pgs
Genre:  time travel romance
Shelf:  review
Rating: ★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

Museum director Tasha Banner needs a miracle. Without a great deal of luck and even more money, the pioneer museum will close. But when they demonstrate Hogmanay, a Scottish New Year’s tradition, a tall, dark, and yummy stranger walks through the door. Have the faeries sent her a miracle wrapped around the man of her dreams or will altering time bring disaster to them all? 

Blacksmith Dougal MacBride walks into his home after a long day and finds strangers celebrating Hogmanay when it’s just days before Christmas. Confused beyond belief and incredibly aroused by the curvaceous bundle in front of his hearth, he is torn between the need to return to his time or remain in the present with the woman who may be his soul mate.

My Review:

Short & sweet, hot & funny. There’s some of everything in this latest release from Kayden Claremont. She allows the past and the present to collide in unforgettable ways in this intriguing time travel romance. Claremont sets the scene well, giving readers peeks at both the main characters’ perspectives, while also allowing us to see the differences in the times we visited. The narrative was well written, enhancing the enchanting tale that was woven upon the pages. Heated moments were interspersed with times when the characters stepped back and got to know one another, creating a solid relationship as well as an entertaining story.

When the hero of the story is a caring, drool worthy Scot, how can a girl go wrong? Dougal was a blast to get to know as he encountered the 21st century for the 1st time. Tasha was a great heroine as well. I loved how she understood where Dougal came from and wanted to help him. I enjoyed the will they-won’t they aspect to this relationship as the main characters both tried to do what they felt was best for the other.

This may have been my first foray into Claremont’s work, but it certainly won’t be my last. She has created a novella that had me engaged emotionally and imaginatively. It was a fantastic treat!

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