- By Carrie Lofty

Sundial

  • Title: Sundial
  • Author: Carrie Lofty
  • ISBN: 2940000127872
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Nook
  • Sundial Amber Schulman stepped into a lush English garden in only to arrive in breathtaking Sorrento Italy in The only person who understands her confusion is fellow time traveler Mark Lacey a Ne

    Amber Schulman stepped into a lush English garden in 2007, only to arrive in breathtaking Sorrento, Italy in 1958 The only person who understands her confusion is fellow time traveler Mark Lacey, a New Yorker who comes from the land of cassette tapes and Reaganomics His dark, world weary eyes beckon her with secrets and sensuality But why does he seem so familiar TrappAmber Schulman stepped into a lush English garden in 2007, only to arrive in breathtaking Sorrento, Italy in 1958 The only person who understands her confusion is fellow time traveler Mark Lacey, a New Yorker who comes from the land of cassette tapes and Reaganomics His dark, world weary eyes beckon her with secrets and sensuality But why does he seem so familiar Trapped in the past since he was a teen, Mark wants nothing to do with another whining newcomer But the blue eyed Aussie might be able to answer the one question that haunts him Do I ever get back to 1987 From soccer to samba to sex, Amber tempts him with a zeal for life and love, pulling him free of his lonely isolation But getting home could prove easier than they imagined How will their love endure if Amber returns to her time and Mark to his

    1 thought on “Sundial

    1. This book was so stupid. The plot, a total time travel cliché, is not handled in an interesting way. The characters are so thin, they're practically invisible. It does feature a male being "deflowered" by a somewhat older woman (I think she's 29 and he's 20 during most of the story) if that's something you'd like. I'm giving it one star for decent SPAG.

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