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    Veronica Wolff(Author)

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One minute, she’s New York heiress and art curator Magda Deacon, enraptured by the Highlander captured in an old portrait. The next, she’s falling through time to 17th-century Scotland—and embarking on the most erotic journey of her life.

Praise for the novels of Veronica Wolff“[A] fresh, exciting voice in Scottish time-travel romance.”—New York TimesBestselling Author Penelope Williamson“Powerful, riveting, and vibrant. A must-read page-turner destined to be a keeper.”—USA Today bestselling author Sue-Ellen Welfonder“Entrancing, luminous, and powerful! Romance, passion and history come alive.”—National bestselling author Monica McCarty “A clever time travel that maintains all the elements of the genre yet adds a charming freshness thanks to intelligent characters and appealing backdrop.”—RT Book Reviews “Passionate and magical.”—Publishers Weekly --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition. Veronica Wolff is an award-winning, bestselling author based in Northern California. She writes for the Penguin Group in several genres, including Scottish historical romance, time travel, contemporary romance, and young adult. --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.

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  • PDF | 320 pages
  • Veronica Wolff(Author)
  • Berkley (May 27, 2008)
  • English
  • 8
  • Literature & Fiction

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  • By Marilyn L. on April 29, 2013

    Another of my favorite writers. It is a highland romance novel and very well done. I would tell anyone to read it.

  • By Guest on September 19, 2013

    I love the way this author doesn't make you wait until the last few pages for the girl to get the guy - instead, she becomes a crucial part of the adventure. Awesome author - I am steadily making my way through all of Veronica Wolff's books.

  • By Katrina MacGregor on September 17, 2013

    One thing about Veronica Wolff's time travel books is that you really learn history. And you become part of the characters' daily lives. I hope she writes more soon!

  • By Kindle Customer on February 27, 2014

    I like Veronica Wolff.This is a good book however it moves along very slow,hard to keep the interest going. I do like time travel books.

  • By Bracinfan on October 19, 2008

    This is not close to a novel by Diana Gabaldon. Veronica Wolff is not the sappy romance novelist either. I would say this book is Gabaldon lite. I did like it, I would have liked more content; but for those of us that wish for another D Gabaldon to come along we are still waiting.

  • By A. Faulkner on July 16, 2009

    This book was a very good book, loved the storyline and characters. Veronica Wolff is an awesome author, she knows how to tell a damn good story. I would recommend this book and the others in this series to everyone I know.

  • By Love to read on March 20, 2009

    Fortunately, these characters can deal with "time-travel" better than I think I could (if possible). But, you get hooked on the characters and want to read the next book in the series ASAP. Enjoyable...

  • By Melinda Mullins on January 15, 2010

    i generally like these types of books. i don't expect great prose. i just want some entertainment. i find myself trying to figure out what happened between one chapter and the next. the author's plot changes are jarring to say the least. i'm going to finish reading it because i paid hard earned cash for it, but if it were from the library i'd have put it down a long time ago.

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