A Reader's Opinion: TIMELESS BEGINNINGS by Amber Daulton




Another wonderful time-travel romance to enjoy! Timeless Beginnings, written by Amber Daulton, is the prequel to Timeless Honor but can be read as a stand alone, too. This is the first time that I read a story by this author, and since I love time travel romances, I didn't know what to expect. What a nice surprise! She didn't disappoint me. I will surely watch her other novella, Timeless Honor. The transition from past to future was well described. This novella tells the story of Leonora, an English woman, and Rodger, an undercover CIA operative. Leonora, a new bride, is residing in England 1725. She fled her new husband and ended up in the future . . . in 1963. She enters Rodger's life and soon disrupts his way of life, and Rodger becomes very intrigued by this beautiful lady. There is a lot of mystery involving Leonora's past life, and under Rodger's protection, he and Leonora start to share secrets while new emotions send sparks all over the page. There is a strong attraction between the two. As they spend time together, she'll discover that being sent from the past to the future can become a delightful experience, especially in Rodger’s sweet company! Timeless Beginnings is a beautiful tale that brings two charming souls together!


Star Rating: 4 1/2 Stars | Content Rating: 5 Hearts | Reviewed by: Nicole Laverdure


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Leonora Harris fled her newly-wedded husband’s home in Georgian England, 1725, and took shelter in a cave during a rainstorm. She woke up in a cold, barren land and a handsome stranger with a mechanical carriage offered her shelter. Undercover American operative Rodger Ramsey never expected to find a runaway bride in the magnificent Salar de Uyuni. Assigned to Bolivia to investigate Communist activities, he just wrapped up his two-year mission in 1963 and followed his heart to the salt flats one last time. Sparks flew and attraction sizzled. The lost, stubborn woman kicked his protective instincts into overdrive. Rodger took her home with him, determined to help her before he returned to the States, and Leonora flourished under his guidance. Their hearts intertwined. He wanted her, needed her, but could he truly love a woman who believed she jumped two hundred years in time? Will they find a way to stay together, despite the obstacles between them, or will Leonora survive in this strange new world alone?

Print Length: 176 pages

Publisher: Books to Go Now

Publication Date: July 22, 2016


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