I haven’t read a romance in a while, so I’m double glad that this was the one I picked up. I usually enjoy a good time travel romance, even though most have some problems or gaps. This one didn’t have any gaps, or things that didn’t make sense, or people acting out of character for who they are (supposed to be).
True (Alethia) is a wonderful heroine: strong, funny, sassy and smart.
For sure one of the best time travels I’ve read in a long time.