Journey to New Heights

Journey to New Heights
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Monday, February 29, 2016

Dreamspell by Tamara Leigh

My review today is on the Medieval Time Travel Romance, Dreamspell.  I loved this book. I must warn you though it is very difficult to put this book down once you start it, so beware. This like all of Tamara's book is well written, humorous, but filled with twists and turns. The characters are intriguing and hard to let go of. I especially enjoyed the way she ended the book.

Kennedy Plain is a Sleep Disorder Specialist. She is working with a veteran, MacArthur Crosley who claims to travel through time when he is in a deep sleep depravation state. He assures her that when in the fourteenth century he has the use of his legs and is healthy and strong. He gives her a book  with the story of an evil earl and claims that his travel changes the outcome of the story  but her research subject soon dies. Kennedy has been diagnosed with a fatal brain tumor and decides she will become her next subject, so in a state of sleep depravation she is sent back to the fourteenth century as Lady Lark. She keeps telling herself it is but a dream.

Baron Fulke Wynland has been given guardianship of his young nephews at the death of their father the Earl of Sinwell. Rumor has it that Fulke killed his brother that he might become the next earl but the king gave him guardianship anyway. An Arthur Cosley is sent to care for the boys but he abducts the boys to keep them away from their uncle. Then the king sends a woman believed to be his mistress to care for the boys and to marry the earl, a Lady Lark. Fulke is intrigued by this woman even though he is repelled by what she stands for.

A wonderful journey of two people each full of doubts and distrust yet drawn to each other. As Kennedy returns back and forth the original story alters and she finds herself believing the man she has come to love. Can she prove his innocent before she dies and is unable to return. A great read that I'm sure you will enjoy.


  1. Hi Glenda! Thank you for the lovely review of Dreamspell. Wishing you a wonderful week.

    1. Thank you so much for the comment. I write a lot of reviews but very few authors take the time to write a comment. I appreciate it so much. God bless you mightily.