Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Book Review: Love, Eternally

Love, Eternally is next up in my Book Review blog series! To be clear, I will be reviewing books by other publishers (not just Crimson), including young adult books. But over this summer I've read some fantastic books from new publisher Crimson Romance and want to share them with you!

Title:  Love, Eternally
Series: Book One of the Roman Time Travel Series
Genre: Time-Travel, Historical Romance
Release Date: July 2, 2012
Format:  ebook and paperback
 
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Back Cover Blurb:
A witch's ancient curse propels talented flutist Gigi Perrin back to A.D. 408, to the court of the depraved Roman Emperor Honorius and his admirable sister, Princess Galla Placidia.

There, Gigi grapples with her disbelief about what has happened, and with the strange, new world of violent politics, social upheaval, and Visigoth barbarians straining at the very gates of an empire.

Through it all, she must struggle with her powerful attraction to a pagan senator and military commander, Quintus Magnus, a man exotically different from anyone she has ever known. On the brink of a dark and war-torn age, Gigi joins forces with Magnus, battling to save a princess and her people, and ultimately finding love amid the chaos, before the fall of Rome.

My Review:
Fantastic Time-Travel Romance – Highly Recommended
LOVE, ETERNALLY is an enthralling tale of power, love and destiny that transcends time. A witch’s curse takes the reader back to Ancient Rome where a 21st century flutist meets her destiny in a Roman warrior turned powerful senator, during a time of violent upheaval. The setting was authentic and thrilling, and I felt like I was there beside Gigi and Magnus step-by-step through perilous danger, heartache, and ultimately love.
The authors did their research well and flawlessly integrated a love story in a historical period of great turmoil. LOVE, ETERNALLY was an amazing and exciting time-travel read that shouldn’t be missed. I highly recommend it, and I can’t wait for the second and third books in the series!

If you don’t believe me about this book, believe the 11 other 5-star reviews (as of today’s date)!
I’ll be reviewing the fantastic Book Two of the Roman Time Travel Series, AFTER THE FALL, in a few weeks.
 (I received a review copy from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review).

1 comment:

Deborah O'Neill Cordes said...

Thank you, Erin! From the O'Neill half of "Morgan O'Neill." :)