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TUMBLING THROUGH TIME By Cready, Gwyn (Author) Mass Market Paperbound on 29-Jan-2008 [Unknown Binding]

Gwyn Cready
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  • Publisher: Pocket Books (29 Jan 2008)
  • ASIN: B005HN71FW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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4.0 out of 5 stars Moderately amusing time travel romance 30 Sep 2011
By Marshall Lord TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This farcical but quite amusing Time Travel romance was author Gwyn Cready's first published novel. She has since gone on to publish several more paranormal romances in a similar style, including

Seducing Mr Darcy
Flirting with Forever
Aching for Always.

These are stand-alone romances rather than a series as such: in my opinion each has been better than the last as the author has improved with experience, but this first one is funny and entertaining enough to be worth a read if you like silly but amusing paranormal romantic farces.

The heroine Persephone (Seph) Pyle is a cautious, thirtysomething brand manager whose job is marketing a type of aspirin. She is seriously attracted to her handsome co-worker, company lawyer Tom Fraser, and the attraction appears to be mutual, but apart from one instance when they were both drunk and nearly seduced each other, neither has quite managed to do anything about it. Seph has also been working on a novel in her head, which she has never quite got round to writing.

Then at Pittsburg Airport while about to make a business flight, Seph buys a pair of shoes which turn out to have magical properties. She finds herself three centuries back in time, on the deck of a British privateer fighting a hurricane in the Adriatic, much to the astonishment of the crew because you basically do not get hurricanes in the Adriatic. The privateer is commanded by none other than the central character of her unwritten novel, half-pay captain Phillip Drummond.
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