A Love Beyond Time by Judie Aitken – book cover, description, publication history . When anthropologist Ryan Burke joins a dig at the site of Little Big Horn, she realizes that not everyone is excited about the opportunity. Renowned Indian affairs. A Love Beyond Time By Judie Aitken – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Yes, Charley was a real favourite with me. Showing of 21 reviews. Don’t judge it by the cover and don’t let it pass even if you don’t like romance, bejond like actual history in historicals, or vice versa.
Mar 04, Zeek rated it really liked it Shelves: Maybe because new authors are not so jaded as to rush through their stories in order to meet a deadline.
Ryan knows the Battle of Little Big Horn is coming soon and agonizes over whether to tell Wolf about it or let history unfold. Feb 06, Julianna rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Charlie sets up a teepee for her to sleep in and says some chants, then one night when she is sleeping she finally accepts the hand of the mysterious Indian warrior who has been inhabiting her dreams…and wakes up in a Lakota camp in the in the teepee of Calls to the Wolf, a mighty Lakota warrior.
This one had to have been one of the most amazing books I’ve read in quite a while.
Since they did not even meet until about one third of the way into the book, the romance aspect relied heavily on a love-at-first-sight scenario which is not exactly my favorite way of bringing a hero and heroine together. Calls to the Wolf and Ryan is way too fast and too short. Loved the two main characters – the hero, Sunkmanitu Ceye a Pelo, Calls to the Wolf, both past and present personas, and the heroine, Dr.
East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. This book totally surprised me. But she did manage to show some beyonc when the opportunity presented itself so I was cool with timw. So, that’s all you need to know: Xitken judge it by the cover and don’t let it pass even if you don’t like romance, but like actual history in historicals, or vice versa.
Things are going missing from the dig and it looks the man who hired her is the guilty 4. What a gem he is! Similarly, I found Ryan’s anger toward Charley after returning from the past to be a very realistic reaction under the circumstances.
Aitken after this one. Want to Read saving…. See all 21 reviews. It’s been a while since I read this, so I can’t go into too much juide.
There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Oct 26, Kah Cherub rated it it was amazing. It reads like poetry. After a couple of nights, Ryan no longer seems able to resist, and follows the warrior into the mist of her dream, only to awaken the next morning in the same place, but years in the past.
It has plenty of both and something for everyone. Nov 03, Kathrynn marked it as never-read Recommended to Kathrynn by: I guess this is just a little too mystical for my taste, but as long as I didn’t think about this side of the juide too much, the time travel aspect was still pretty enjoyable.
The artifact thief is caught with the help of her bundle and the help of Dillion Wolf who magically woke up from his coma at the same time Calls to the Wolf died in imagine that! I loved it and I will be looking for more books by Ms.
A Love Beyond Time
The only thing that I could really find fault with is that Wolf and Ryan’s relationship was not fully developed, in my opinion. Then there was the oh so lovely secondary character, Charley Crying Wolf, whom I loved best of all. Overall, I give tkme book a very solid four stars for the love story and authentic feel to the story. Kudos to Judie Aitken, the author, for such a great debut novel. Anthropologist Ryan working on a dig at Little Big Horn, site of the battle inin an anthologist’s dream situation she is transported back in time, and the rest if the story is of her time with the people she has been studying.
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Not Just Nonsense: Review: A Love Beyond Time by Judie Aitken
Ryan Burke is on her fist assignment as an anthropologist at Little Big Horn when she encounters a mystery. To ask other readers questions about A Love Beyond Timeplease sign up. Brandi Kosiner April 25, at 1: Jun 11, Heather rated it it was amazing. He feels an immediate connection and attraction to Ryan, despite his dislike of white people. Perfect in all ways! Jkdie I appreciate the idea of time travel in general, I tend to favor the straightforward type in which a character physically makes the time jump in the way that Ryan did.
I mean, who wouldn’t prefer a manly warrior or a cultured ‘Don Juan’ to these brainless twits in their ‘YOLO’ shirts, and pants hanging half-off their hips, and wearing so much ‘bling’ it’s almost blinding?
Not recommended timd under 18 or sensitive readers. Overall, I thought that A Love Beyond Time was a very intelligent and well-researched book that was an impressive first effort from Ms. One thing that I really respected was Ryan agonizing over the decision of whether to share with tlme Indians her beynd of events yet to come, and if she did, how it might affect the fabric of time.
What a change from the cliched types who hate each other on sight and then work their way around their prejudices in order to provide fodder beond conflict.