I read Nina Bangs books out of order of their release, but does not matter, she is one of the freshest voice with TT to come along in Romance in a Decade. I just finished her newest release devilishly wicked vampire romance "Master of Ecstasy", which shows her voice and style has developed more - to be expected - this her first book showed the diamond in the rough.
In this book she had time-travelling lovers - but both from different times (a theme she echoed in the vampire book with many of the same characters like Ganymede and Sugar Sparkle at the core of them.). He is from the 1700's and she is from the year 2300. The come together in the year 2000, sort of neutral ground so to speak.
Ganymede, is a mischief-maker, actually a misery maker. He loves to bring people together just to make them fall in love, then he sets about to destroy their lives. Sigh, such is the life of a mischief-maker! The two lovers come together under mistaken impressions: he thinks he's been sent to atone for his sins by teaching the ultimate virgin the joys of lovemaking, while she believes she has been sent to take him back as a love slave to save mankind in the future. Talk about culture clash!
It's wickedly funny, bright and a breath of fresh air. So if you are snatching up "Master of Ecstasy" and have not read this, you might want to grab it as well, since it's in the same series.