Saturday, August 1, 2015

Review: Touchstone of Love

Title: Touchstone of Love
Author: Beth Barany
Publisher: Firewolf Books
Release Date: January 5, 2014
Pages: 93
Buy Link: Amazon


From present day modernity to medieval France. 

When a thunderstorm transports software expert Rose Waldman to thirteenth century France, she meets hunky stonemason Julien, who is secretly creating a gargoyle in defiance of his master mason. Can independent gadget loving Rose trust her life and heart to Julien, and can she really never go home again? 

Rose was a very logical woman who knew what she wanted in life and how she would get it. In a way, I liked that she was practical and focused on finding a solution as opposed to being upset about her situation going awry. 

On the other hand, Julien was a traditional man who was definitely not accustomed to modern women like Rose. I enjoyed the scenes where Rose would do something completely acceptable like touch his skin, and Julien would be completely offended.

This book was about love transcending time. It was quite beautiful. I'd recommend it if you want a short and sweet read :)


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