Seven years ago, Gina Locke walked away
from her own wedding after finding her fiancé in bed with
another woman. He swore it was a misunderstanding. She
didn’t believe him. Burying herself in her work, she’s tried
to move on with her life, but has failed.
Luke Harding, the errant fiancé, has
regretted losing Gina every day for seven years. Now a
sudden snowstorm has stranded them at the same remote inn.
After drinking a little too much elderberry wine, Gina and
Luke are transported to 1778, where Gina is known as Rachel,
an indentured servant, and Luke is called John, a stable
hand. The problem (other than lack of indoor plumbing and
bug spray)? Even though they are madly in love, only Gina
remembers their life in the future.
The Enchanted Inn
features time travel, star-crossed lovers, engaging
secondary characters, and a murderer, all wrapped into a
cute little package just as sweet as a Hershey Kiss. What
else can I say? The story flows smoothly. The dialogue rings
true. The cover art is gorgeous. This little book has it
all. Read it. You’ll enjoy it.