Timeswept Brides

Four bestselling authors present their most passionate tales of falling through time and falling in love Includes The Heirloom , by Mary Balogh A Dream Across Time , by Constance O Banyon Bride s Joy , by Elda Minger and Man of Her Dreams , by Virginia Brown.
Timeswept Brides Four bestselling authors present their most passionate tales of falling through time and falling in love Includes The Heirloom by Mary Balogh A Dream Across Time by Constance O Banyon Bride s Joy

  • Title: Timeswept Brides
  • Author: Mary Balogh Constance O'Banyon Virginia Brown Elda Minger Various
  • ISBN: 9780515118919
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Timeswept Brides”

    1. This is an anthology with four stories. A couple started out a little creepy, but all of them had a happily ever after. All involved time travel. Three of the travelers were women. The remaining one was a man. That one was the one I enjoyed most, probably because it was more plausible. It made sense. I like time travel that makes me believe it's possible. They were all quick, easy reads.

    2. Mary Balogh's story was good.Mary Balogh's THE HEIRLOOM was the only story in this book worth reading. She managed to create a lovely dual romance with a touch of the paranormal in just under 70 pages, and managed to make it touching and believeable. Now that's talent! Four stars. Constance O'Banyon's A DREAM ACROSS TIME just wasn't engrossing. But then I wasn't surprised. I know this author has a big following, but her writing does nothing to capture me. And the heroine came across as weird. I [...]

    3. Ik heb dit boek gekocht voor het verhaal van M. Balogh en verwachtte niet zo veel van de andere 3 van voor mij onbekende schrijfsters , maar uiteindelijk vond ik ze alle vier leuk .I bought this book for the M. Balogh story and expected not much of the other 3 stories from to me unknown writers , but in the end I liked all four .

    4. This is not the type of book I usually read, but I had it, and needed a book. Interestingly, it went from a two to a five in the four stories about time travel. So, I had to give it a three. Surprisingly, the two was the Mary Balogh, oh well, even she isn't alway a ten.

    5. "The Heirloom" by Mary Balogh"A Dream Across Time" by Constance O'Banyon"Bride's Joy" by Elda Minger"Man of Her Dreams" by Virginia Brown.

    6. Not great. I ordered it for the Balogh story, but it wasn't up to her usual standards. The stories/novellas are okay for a light night time read when you don't want to start something longer.

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