Time and Time Again

From Library Journal
Danvers, author of the suspenseful, erotic, contemporary love story Wilderness (LJ 3/15/91), firmly establishes his place as an offbeat but exciting romance author with this latest tale. The novel combines contemporary action with the concept of individual immortality. Marion Mead, researching her latest novel, seeks information on the Grier family of 18th-century Virginia. Raymond Lord responds and offers the use of a journal belonging to a descendant of one of the Griers. Marion and Raymond are instantly attracted to each other, and the research and writing continue at a rapid pace. The novel’s action is played out against the background of chapters from Marion’s book, entries from the journal, and the developing relationship between Raymond and Marion. Strong undercurrents of passion and suspense combine to produce a fast-paced, well-written, and nonformulaic romance novel. Highly recommended for public libraries.
–Erna Chamberlain, SUNY at Binghamton
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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