Tilly Jacobs thinks spending a month in London helping her history buff cousin catalog antiques in a possibly haunted mansion that's slated to be torn down will be the perfect thing to help her get over being fired from her job. Possibly proving the existence of ghosts will just be icing on the cake.
When her ghost turns out to be a living, breathing, Regency era earl who mistakenly drags her into his century, she thinks she's in for the best vacation of her life. All she has to do is enjoy the scenery, which includes the hunky Lord Ashford, until he can get her back to her own time.
She doesn't count on getting caught up in finding his missing sister, or on a murderer being after them, or the fact that if the house gets destroyed, so do her chances of ever getting home. Least of all, she doesn't count on the undeniable attraction she feels to the mysterious and brooding Lord Ashford, or the fact that his life involves things far more difficult to believe than she ever thought imaginable.
This was a great read until the mention of zombies then I completely lost interest in reading it.
Have to buy more for an ending
I hate you hav to buy so many books just to get an ending. So I will just make my own….
Don’t waste your time.
The time travel was interesting but when she introduced the zombies, she lost me. Too many subplots with no resolutions. Don’t bother to read unless you are going to invest the time and money on the entire series. Not worth it to me.