Review: Bound Through Time by Twyla Turner

Length: 202 pages

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

Elliot Allen has known nothing but loss in her life. Becoming an orphan twice over, she has no one and fills her lonely days living vicariously through the adventurous stories of love in the historical romance novels she adores. Little does she know that a trip to visit the Scandinavian lands once occupied by Vikings would catapult her back nearly one-thousand years in the past like a heroine in one of her favorite books.

Thorin is the newest chieftain of his clan after the unexpected death of his eldest brother. Used to life as the baby brother, he’s done nothing but chase skirts and glory in battle. Is he really ready to lead an entire village? And would anyone try to challenge his seat as the leader of the richest clan on Iceland?

Just as Thorin attempts to find his way as the chieftain, a mysterious woman with skin of bronze and hair as dark as night is dragged before him. Now as his captive, her beauty sets his blood on fire. Her spirit challenges him at every turn. And his weakness for her threatens his precarious place as chieftain.

Ellie’s fear of losing those she loves, jealousy and danger lurking around every corner, and being from two different worlds could rip them apart.

Will Ellie stay? Or will she be forced to return to her own time? 

Find out in the sweeping time travel romance, Bound Through Time: Past.

Warning: This novel contains adult content. 18+ only

My Thoughts 💭

This was a wonderfully written historical romance! I absolutely loved Ellie and Thorin’s story. Ellie is thrown back in time where a hot Viking has her chained to his wall. Their chemistry is amazing. Ellie fears her love is cursed and Thorin doesn’t care if it is he just wants her to feel for him what he feels for her. This book gave me all the warm and fuzzy feelings and I loved it. I definitely recommend this!

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