This is the second book in Ms Jeremiah's intriguing time-travel romance series, so make sure you read Love Without Time first!
Cassie Taylor has returned from Regency England to the present day and is facing a raft of questions: from her parents, the police, the psychiatrist allocated to her and her best friend, Mia - and as Cassie decides nothing but the truth will do to account for her being missing for three weeks... well, let's just say 'travelling through time' doesn't go down too well with anyone.
Before long, however, she's swept back into the past along with Mia - who is of mixed race and has her own challenges to deal with as a young lady in early 19th century England.
The action moves from the country estate of the first book to Bath, and it's a wonderful experience, visiting the 1815 city through Cassie's eyes, though her interest is very much on finding a certain person again.
It's hard not to say much without giving away spoilers, so I'll end by saying the mysteries are deepening, Cassie's relationships with Mia and her love interest are tested to their limit and there are some interesting twists and turns before the book ends on another cliff hanger, which is to be continued in the third book in the series, Captivated in Time.
Ms Jeremiah is weaving a fascinating tale across this series and I look forward to reading what is coming next for her cast of well-drawn characters.