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A jaded billionaire
Gets transported to 1803
And stuck wearing a kilt...


Ainslee MacAffrey has a second daughter's place in her clan. Unseen. Unnoticed. Unappreciated. She has a level of freedom her older sister can only dream of. But to save her sister, there's one thing she needs to gain - the new Duke of Straithcairn's proposal for marriage. He's under legal pressure to wed with one of them. Why should he care which one?

Present Day
Neal Straithmore's got one primary goal in life: Financial success. Everything else is secondary. He's got plans in place. Vehicles of action. Save the planet. Stop global warming. Reduce the carbon footprint. He's a workaholic. Driven. He doesn't have time for anything but domination.
...but he's running out of time.

Neal's plan doesn't cover all the angles. Every person he knows wants something. He's tired of dealing with other's agendas. He's suffering a series of mini-strokes. And then his private jet enters a vortex in the Bermuda Triangle, and nobody is prepared for what occurs...

Book Review

For nearly six months now I have been reading Jackie's VAL series, which I am totally in love with. Vampire assassins with heart make so much fun for reading. Then I got my hands on this book. It's very different from the paranormal stuff she usually writes, but it's got an intriguing time travel plot. Neal goes from being nearly fifty and one of the most powerful businessmen on the planet to being in the body of a new Duke a couple of centuries ago. 

Guess what? He's got to do the one thing he's sworn never to do in his previous life, get married! Of course when he sees the lovely Ainslee MacAffrey he's pretty sure he doesn't mind getting engaged. Then he discovers how she is mistreated by her father and the protective urge surges through him getting them married posthaste! What follows is a really adorable story of a couple of strangers coming together to care for one another through the shared challenges they face.

The book reminded me of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. The way Neal goes about dealing with the shortages of the past is actually quite amusing. Totally waiting to read the next book in the series!

I received the book as a gift from the author in exchange for my opinion.

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