A Love Beyond Time by Judie Aitken – book cover, description, publication history . When anthropologist Ryan Burke joins a dig at the site of Little Big Horn, she realizes that not everyone is excited about the opportunity. Renowned Indian affairs. A Love Beyond Time By Judie Aitken – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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One day, he casually mentions to Ryan that it would be nice to travel back in time to set a trap for the thief. Perfect in all ways! Ryan also knows that the Battle of the Little Big Horn is just days away, and as she agonizes over whether to try to alter history, she also wonders if Charley will take her back to her own time once the trap is set.
So, that’s all you need to know: I am a sucker for romantic time-travel books.
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Return to Book Page. Aug 17, Maura rated judi really liked it Shelves: Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. United States of America. Then there was the oh so lovely secondary character, Charley Crying Wolf, whom I loved best of all.
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Please try again later. English Choose a language for shopping. It was the author’s intent to make him something of a villain, or at least, give him the appearance of one – excellent red herring there! What a gem he is! Krystle rated it it was amazing Jun 15, The Hope Chest Reviews on Facebook.
Yes, Charley was a real favourite with me.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. No, this plot had no need for such puerile plot points. Beyodn I finished the book I did some research to find out more about the Battle of Little Big Horn, Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull which is something I have never done before after reading a romance novel.
Endrich rated it it was amazing Shelves: After Ryan’s tent is destroyed in a freak summer storm, Charley kindly offers to let her borrow his tipi for shelter. Thursday, April 25, Review: It was the author’s intent to make him something of a villain, or at least, give him the appearance of one – excellent red herring there!
Too bad the author hasn’t written anything else. Then there was the oh so lovely secondary character, Charley Crying Wolf, whom I loved best of all.
When anthropologist Ryan Burke joins a dig at the site of Little Big Horn, she realizes that not everyone is excited about the opportunity. No trivia or quizzes yet. I remember veyond it was fairly lengthy and detailed, but an excellent time travel plot.
Newer Post Older Post Home. And yet, each were so carefully woven beyod the plot that I could not help but admire even the minor ones. She was able to keep you interested in the love story and equally interested in what was happening in history with the Lakota people.
Although the story began with Dillon aka Wolf in the past being fairly angry and prejudiced against whites, I appreciated his willingness to change and accept that not all whites were bad. Aitken seems to have a talent for writing from the heart with a certain thoughtfulness and passion for telling Native American stories, and this was one of the facets of the book that I enjoyed most. Loved the two main characters – the hero, Sunkmanitu Ceye a PeloCalls to the Wolf, both past and present personas, and the heroine, Dr.
Early on, she is befriended by an elderly Lakota man named Charley Crying Wolf and his teenage grandson, Buddy.
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In fact, she would have been content with giving up her career and everything she had worked for in the present to stay in the past with Wolf. I read it in one sitting and wanted to bite the head off of anyone who dared try to interrupt me. I would have liked there to be a little more substance in the aftermath; give the reader a view of how the new relationship was going to work from the old.
Really, beyone almost an understatement. Write a customer review. I mean, who wouldn’t prefer a manly warrior or a cultured ‘Don Juan’ to these brainless twits in their ‘YOLO’ shirts, and pants hanging half-off their hips, and wearing so much ‘bling’ it’s almost blinding? Too bad the author hasn’t written anything else.