Daughter of Time by Sarah Woodbury

Leah Courtney
This was another pleasant surprise that I got as a free Kindle read.  Time travel romances have been a genre I didn't expect to like so much but found myself enjoying after the Outlander series.

In Daughter of Time, Meg is transported to 13th century Wales after the tragic death of her abusive husband.  Along with her two year old daughter, she finds herself taken in by Llewelyn, legendary Prince of Wales.  Although Meg and Llewelyn obviously fall madly in love, the historical information and view of life during this very turbulent time in England's history is enough to keep the book from being trite and predictable.

I believe this novel is just the first in a series (An excerpt from book 2 is in the back.).  I'll certainly be on the lookout for others!

I'd give this one a 5 star rating for romance, fantasy, and history all wrapped up in a tale that kept me reading and interested through the last page.  This one is much less descriptive about intimate situations than Outlander, so I'd keep this one at a PG rating.

Leah Courtney / Author & Editor

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