Halley, who covers house-sitting jobs for her self-absorbed mom, has Hollywood dreams but no real life. Until the day a job leads to a tumble back to London, 1598, where Halley meets a hot, rich earl named Edmund. And accidentally brings him to the 21st century. Her dull summer just got a whole lot more interesting as she tells Edmund to keep his hands off tech he doesn't understand and a deadly sword he can't use in public. All while trying to keep from falling in love with him, which definitely can't happen.
Now Halley's job is to get Edmund back where he belongs--while preventing a very scary professor from suspecting she messed with his time machine. If the evil scientist finds out about Edmund, Edmund's as good as dead. And what might that do to history? Plus, Halley would be next in line...
Summer's not boring anymore. Halley just needs to keep from getting killed, save Edmund (and history) before it's too late, and not fall for a guy who can't stick around. No matter how much she want him to.
A THIEF IN TIME is a sweet, clean, time-travel romance with an HEA and no cliffhangers, packed with danger and historical detail
I thought the book was interesting, and provided enough to show character development within the small circle that was Montecito. The novel however felt a bit predictable to an extent, and though I read despite feeling like I knew the next step, some might the predictability unsatisfactory. Overall, it was a good story and decent start to the series and I would like to know what happens next.
I enjoyed this. Easy and good read! I found myself wanting to read ahead to see how it ended!
I enjoyed the book and would read it again.
It is really easy to like the characters. They are well developed by the writer.