A Twist In Time

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Macmillan, Mar 2, 2010 - Fiction - 352 pages
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An expert in Leonardo DaVinci's works, Lucy Rossano recognizes the centuries-old time machine the moment she sees it in a Stanford lab. Fascinated in spite of the danger, she uses her knowledge to briefly go back in time—landing in the middle of a fierce battle in ninth-century Britain. And when she returns to modern-day San Francisco, she brings something back with her: a seductive, fiercely intelligent Viking named Galen...

The presence of this enigmatic, devastatingly sexy stranger is just one of the new complications in Lucy's life. There are others who want to harness the time machine's power for treacherous ends, and they need Lucy to do it. Galen becomes first her protector, then the lover she's always dreamed of. But danger is drawing closer, and time is running out. For Galen and Lucy, it's now...or forever.

 

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User Review  - romsfuulynn - LibraryThing

New series, ties in to time machine in previous vampire books. A time machine built by Leonardo Da Vinci, Viking from 912 brought forward to the current day, some woo-woo stuff, some environmental ... Read full review

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User Review  - Enaidmorr - Borders

This book was a very disappointing reading for at least the first half. Way to much detail. I was tempted many times to just toss it but, I persevered. Around two-thirds of the way through the book ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
19
Chapter Three
47
Chapter Four
61
Chapter Five
77
Chapter Six
88
Chapter Seven
100
Chapter Eight
115
Chapter Thirteen
182
Chapter Fourteen
193
Chapter Fifteen
210
Chapter Sixteen
222
Chapter Seventeen
243
Chapter Eighteen
257
Chapter Nineteen
268
Chapter Twenty
282

Chapter Nine
127
Chapter Ten
138
Chapter Eleven
155
Chapter Twelve
170
Chapter Twentyone
297
Chapter Twentytwo
310
Epilogue
326
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About the author (2010)

SUSAN SQUIRES is a third-generation Northern Californian whose father almost disowned her for moving south of the Tehachapi Mountains to get her Master's Degree in English Literature from UCLA. Now she lives a short walk from the Southern California beach with her husband, Harry, a writer of paranormal mysteries and her biggest supporter. She owns three Belgian sheepdogs and rides a warmblood mare. She has traveled extensively in England and the Continent doing research for her historical novels.

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