Book Review: One Magic Moment

One Magic Moment
Author: Lynn Kurland
Pages: 384 pgs
Reading Level: Adult
Published: May 3rd 2011
Review Source: Berkley Books - Penguin Group
Available: Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Borders

Summary: (from goodreads) Medieval studies scholar Tess Alexander is thrilled for the chance to live in a medieval castle. But then a trip to the village brings her face-to-face with the owner of the local garage, who looks a great deal like the man who married her sister...800 years in the past. She's determined to remain objective about magic and destiny, but she can't help wondering about that mysterious, sword-wielding mechanic.

I like to let know those that like Medieval Time Travel Romance, that you are in for a treat with this chapter of the series. Sweet romance , intrigue and full of beautifully described period details, that make the story entertaining without being distracting.

A medieval political scholar finds herself living in castle gifted to her, after one of her sisters married a medieval lord and traveled to live in his time. She has made a point to help the only mechanic in town with her constant driving mishaps. Only this time she is surprised to find that the new owner of the shop is none other than the twin brother of her sister’s husband. Their attraction is instant, but since both are keeping secrets, this makes for a fun and touching beginning to this adventure. She does not want him to know that she knows who he is and he does not want anything to do with his past, but fate plays (so we think) a big role in bringing them together and he made it his mission to keep her safe and out of trouble. As all the other books from the series, there is a perfect combination of magic, mystery, fun and sweet romance and needless to say very, very handsome heroes.

A great refreshing chapter for the series. It absorbs you and glues you to the pages of the book, only to augment your expectation as to whom the next chapter will include.


  1. Oooh! is this the sequel to A Dance Through Time? I read that not too long ago and enjoyed it. Love time travel romance :)

  2. The books are divided in two branches, The MacLeods, wich is the one that Dance Through Time falls under and this one is from the other side The Piagets. Great fun to read

  3. I love the medieval stories and this sounds good. I will have to try the other one you mentioned too. Thanks!

  4. Thanks for another awesome review!


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