Fiona is a trainee nurse in modern-day America who suffers a bit from Mom’s matchmaking, until the car crash when she tumbles through time. Fiona never changes, she adapts, and her new “sister” is determined to see her married to her brother, powerful Kellach, but does she succeed and could such a “joining” be happy?

Incredibly detailed – Fiona learns a new language, not just a way of living without everything she used to, like electricity – this is believable time travel and erotic, passionate, romantic suspense, with a gloriously evil villainess and an amazing double twist at the end.

“Fiona” ticks all the boxes for a 5-star rating, including being hard to put down. P. L. Parker has a new fan, me.

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