Andrew McVie is a man on the run. Running 200 years in time, right into the life of Shannon Whitney. Shannon is holding out for a hero, but she doesn't think one exists in the 20th century, until she meets Andrew.
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Andrew McVie crashes a hot-air balloon into Shannon Whitney's backyard; they fall in love and live happily ever after. Not exactly. Andrew caught his balloon ride in 1776, and when he crashes, it's 1993. Shannon is wary of his strange behavior since her ex-husband was physically abusive. And Shannon's friend Dakota, a psychic librarian with a penchant for eating raspberry doughnuts and reading auras, warns her friend that there is something weird about a man with no aura. While Andrew and Shannon grow closer, Dakota investigates Andrew, centering on the psychic impression of the Revolutionary War, which she keeps receiving from him. Her research reveals that Andrew saved the lives of two major Revolutionary spies in the years after he originally left that time period to land in 1993. Shannon is torn about telling Andrew about his future/past because she knows he will try to return to his time. The book is a filler between Bretton's previous book, Somewhere in Time (Harlequin, 1992), and her next book, Destiny's Child (due in 1995 from Mira), but it is an entertaining story, recommended for collections with an interest in time-travel romances. Melanie DuncanReview:
"Bretton is a monumental talent who targets her audience with intelligence and inspiration."
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Book Description Mira. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 1551660040 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.1576973
Book Description Mira, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1551660040
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