Before her flight from Pittsburgh to
Venice, Persephone “Seph” Pyle slips away from her hunky
co-worker, Tom Fraser, to shop for new shoes. When she slips
the delectable heels on, she is plummeted from the present
into the past and onto a ship sailing in the Mediterranean.
The year is 1706.
Seph meets the ship’s captain, Phillip
Drummond, who looks eerily like Tom. In fact, many of the
ship’s passengers look like people Seph knows from the
present. Seph learns that the romance novel she planned to
write “someday” is being lived in 1706. Her undeveloped novel
is dangerously shaping the destiny of Drummond, her hero.
While trying to make things right, Seph finds herself falling
for the sexy captain. When Seph inadvertently brings Tom to
1706 too, she is forced to decide between Drummond and Tom.
I always enjoy a witty romance. Gwyn
Cready’s Tumbling Through Time is cleverly
comedic and sensuously romantic. I fell in love with both
Drummond and Tom and was unsure if I could bear for Seph to
choose between the two. Hats off to Ms. Cready, whose
solution staved off my potential heartache.
I knew I had to read a book that has
romance, comedy and uses shoes as a plot device. My three
favorite things! How could I not love Tumbling Through
Time? Don’t miss Gwyn Cready’s exuberant debut novel,
Tumbling Through Time!