The Time Orb Series Book 1
If you like adventure with your hunky Scottish Lairds and strong heroines, this sweet romance will have you swooning through the many twists and turns.
From Suits to Kilts is the first book in the Time Travel Romance series, The Time Orb.
Stuck in the past with a handsome Highlander… What’s a modern girl to do?
Historian Abby Davis finds a mysterious gift from her deceased parents. Her curiosity with the strange orb transports her straight onto an ancient Scottish battleground and into the adventure of her life. Abby loses the orb amidst the chaos, but saves the life of a valiant warrior. Will he help her get home?
The Laird, Iain MacLaren, had resigned himself to a death on the moor, but a Sassenach angel hauls him off the field. The strange—but beautiful—woman heals his injuries, and he vows to repay the debt. She is desperate to find her family keepsake and return home. However, the more time he spends with the woman, the less he wants to say goodbye.
Will Abby find her time device? Or will she find something even more important and choose to stay?
Discover the intrigue and heart-warming story of From Suits to Kilts, a sweet time-travel romance that will have you swooning through the twists and turns.
Here’s what some readers have said.
“It’s fun, sweet, and clean.”
“I really enjoyed this time travel romance and I have read a lot of them.”
“This book is perfect for nighttime reading…lol..though I kept reading past my normal bedtime to see what would happen next.”
“…wonderful job of tying in the time-travel and love story.”
Read on for a small excerpt:
Abby’s cousin flicked her red locks over her shoulder and let out a loud sigh. “I might as well just come out and tell you. Your parents’ lawyer told me your parents wanted me to be here, and yes, I know all about their time traveling, and I’m supposed to make sure you all believe it.”
“Why would our parents tell you and not us?” Abby asked.
“They didn’t. Mom told me a long time ago. She also told me she made Aunt Di promise to take me back in time with them.” Her eyes teared up. “Your parents were supposed to take me this year.”
“What a load of rubbish,” Garrett said, plonking down in his chair and crossing his arms.
Bree swiped her eyes with the side of her hands. “You don’t have to believe me; I’m just telling you what I was told.” She pointed to the tray of food. “Is there any coffee left?”
“Of course,” Abby said, and poured her a mug of espresso. She wasn’t sure she believed everything Bree had said either but decided they could talk about it more later. “Have you read their journals?”
“I haven’t, but I’d love to.” Bree sipped her coffee and picked up the black cloak. “This is neat. It looks like it’d fit you, Abby. Why don’t you try it on?”
Abby put on the cloak. It was too warm for inside the house, but it was soft and snuggly.
Bree held out the orb and handed it to Abby. “Do you think this is the time device?”
Abby’s hands shook with excitement as she took the orb. “I have no idea.” The top was out of alignment with the bottom. She twisted it so the gold leaf design matched up perfectly. What if it was—
She never finished the thought before a sudden rushing in her ears drowned out the sound of her siblings’ chatter.
She squeezed her eyes shut and tried to take note of the sensations. The feeling of falling was exhilarating, like jumping from a plane and freefalling. But skydivers had parachutes. Uh oh, the landing is going to hurt. Before she could panic at the thought, she began to slow and gently floated downward until her feet touched solid ground. She opened her eyes.
Her eyes took in a strange vista, but her shattered mind made no sense of it.