All she has to do is:
1. Learn to use newly acquired warping skills to bend time to her will.
2. Take out a few rogue vampires.
3. Join an ancient secret society.
4. Figure out who is putting the time stream in jeopardy.
5. Find and maim whoever invented the corset.
Sage never asked to be chosen by the Druid Priestess, Amerach, to become a Warper, and she never asked to have the future hanging on her shoulders or to warp a hundred years into the past. She certainly never asked to meet Dr. Aldwin Blake, who would make her question her desire to get back to her own time. But if she fails her mission, people will die, history will change, and the present she wishes to return to will be no more.
The synopsis had me drawn in, but the actual book was more than what I expected from the little glimpse of a synopsis.
It was a little slow to start for me personally, but by chapter three I was hooked. Other than that, I really have nothing to complain about, unless you count all the time I wanted to smack a character or situation. Like, why couldn't have just gone the other way, for once?! And why, WHY, did it have to end in a way that pretty much stomped on my heart??
Fantastic read for those who enjoy time travel, romance and supernatural beings. Can't wait for the next installment!