London Time, by Belle Ami
Belle Ami’s time travel historical romance London Time (Book 1 in the Lost in Time Series) introduces us to Emily Christie, a modern-day English rose ex-pat, living it up as a fashion editor in The Big Apple. When her two single best friends come to stay at her apartment for the weekend, the three attend an art gallery opening at the Met. Touring through the exhibit, Emily Christie finds herself hurled back home to London but in the wrong time period. She ends up in the 19th century where she meets Colin Remington, an aristocrat with a nose for solving murders. Not knowing how long she will be displaced from her modern-day life, Emily takes on a position as a journalist, helping women find a stronger foothold in Victorian society. While assisting Colin in his hunt to find a serial killer reminiscent of Jack the Ripper, Emily finds herself falling for the handsome yet stoic Lord Remington.
Without giving too much away, I can say that this is one of my favorite Belle Ami novels, since her amazing Out of Time Series. Eloquently written with just the right amount of historical detail, fantastic events and heated romance, London Time is the perfect book to escape and whisk the reader away from the trials of everyday life to the fantastically alluring past. This author’s knowledge of art and history create a realistic account of what might occur in a real time-travel situation. Highly entertaining and a real page turner, don’t miss London Time. I’m looking forward to the next in this engaging series.
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