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In Time for You: Volume 4 (Knights in Time) Paperback – 15 Dec 2015
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I really love this series and I was looking forward to reading more of Roger's story. This fourth book is a little bit different in that we don't see the progression in Electra and Roger's relationship. They meet at the end of book 3 and by the beginning of 'In Time For You' Roger is already preparing to propose to her. I missed seeing their courtship and falling in love.
There is a secondary romance involving Emily and Simon although it too is quite fast paced.
As I had already read the first three books and knew what would happen when the girls get caught up during thunderstorm, I found all the detail and questioning surrounding their disappearance to be a bit drawn out.
When the setting changed to medieval England, the pace of the novel sped up. I loved reading how Electra and Emily adjusted to their new time period and how they carved out a place for themselves. I found the secondary characters to be quite charming, in particular the two guards who were charged with escorting Electra around. They were quite funny and cute when they were competing with each other for her affections. I'm really hoping that they'll appear again in subsequent titles.
Towards the end of the story I was beginning to think that medieval England was going to be left with a shortage of knights, however the author manages to balance things out a little bit with a twist at the end.
I'd recommend this whole series and I would suggest reading it in order and in its entirety.
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
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Roger does find a passage through time and while he is attempting to save the love of his life while avoiding capture on enemy soil, dear, techie oriented, thoroughly modern Emily is falling in love herself. She's found the man of her dreams in a medieval knight.
As with all of Karlsen's time travel romances, the love stories are richly brought to life against a wonderfully drawn medieval setting and terrific support cast of characters. I highly recommend this book. It helps to have read the previous three but this is a stand alone and can be read without having read the others.
accept it as wonderful adventure. The problems the main characters face are real and a modern woman
would have to be strong to survive. The ladies face their situation bravely and realistically. I do wonder how
Simen and Emily faired.