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A love that spans centuries… While visiting the gravesite of a centuries dead Irish warrior, Bostonian Carter McCann finds himself thrown backward in time to the moment Fionn Ò Ciardha was slain in battle. Realizing he could change the past, Carter travels back to 15th century Ireland a second time in an effort to prevent Fionn’s untimely death. A love he tries to deny…Fi A love that spans centuries… While visiting the gravesite of a centuries dead Irish warrior, Bostonian Carter McCann finds himself thrown backward in time to the moment Fionn Ò Ciardha was slain in battle. Realizing he could change the past, Carter travels back to 15th century Ireland a second time in an effort to prevent Fionn’s untimely death. A love he tries to deny…Fionn Ò Ciardha doesn’t know what to make of the strangely dressed but handsome man who appeared suddenly outside the walls of Moone Castle. Figuring him for a spy yet unable to fight his growing desire for Carter, he sticks close to the foundling hoping to uncover the truth of why he’s come to Moone. A love worth dying for…Unhappy with his dream lover’s mistrust in him, Carter sets out to save Fionn’s life by any means at his disposal. As the coming battle draws closer, will Carter be able to earn Fionn’s trust as well as his heart before history repeats itself?


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A love that spans centuries… While visiting the gravesite of a centuries dead Irish warrior, Bostonian Carter McCann finds himself thrown backward in time to the moment Fionn Ò Ciardha was slain in battle. Realizing he could change the past, Carter travels back to 15th century Ireland a second time in an effort to prevent Fionn’s untimely death. A love he tries to deny…Fi A love that spans centuries… While visiting the gravesite of a centuries dead Irish warrior, Bostonian Carter McCann finds himself thrown backward in time to the moment Fionn Ò Ciardha was slain in battle. Realizing he could change the past, Carter travels back to 15th century Ireland a second time in an effort to prevent Fionn’s untimely death. A love he tries to deny…Fionn Ò Ciardha doesn’t know what to make of the strangely dressed but handsome man who appeared suddenly outside the walls of Moone Castle. Figuring him for a spy yet unable to fight his growing desire for Carter, he sticks close to the foundling hoping to uncover the truth of why he’s come to Moone. A love worth dying for…Unhappy with his dream lover’s mistrust in him, Carter sets out to save Fionn’s life by any means at his disposal. As the coming battle draws closer, will Carter be able to earn Fionn’s trust as well as his heart before history repeats itself?

30 review for Time and Time Again

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    It’s no news that I like my historical novels and when I had the chance to read about Irish warriors and a time of castles and Celtic warlords, yes I couldn’t resist picking this one up! Also add the time travel aspect to it and this made for an extremely enjoyable read. Carter goes on honeymoon with his sister to Ireland. Yes, you heard right - lol! His sister was left at the altar on her wedding day in Boston and not wanting to let the already paid for honeymoon go to waste then she goes anyway It’s no news that I like my historical novels and when I had the chance to read about Irish warriors and a time of castles and Celtic warlords, yes I couldn’t resist picking this one up! Also add the time travel aspect to it and this made for an extremely enjoyable read. Carter goes on honeymoon with his sister to Ireland. Yes, you heard right - lol! His sister was left at the altar on her wedding day in Boston and not wanting to let the already paid for honeymoon go to waste then she goes anyway and takes her brother Carter with her. Their father was an Irish archaeologist and they had always wanted to see Moone Castle where their father had a dig there. He would tell them stories of an Irish Warrior and as children they were fascinated by this. The whole introduction was quite heartwarming especially when they eventually get to to the final destination of their journey and finally are standing before the grave of Fionn Ò Ciardha the warlord. I loved the way that this was all set up especially the tour guide telling the stories and legends about Fionn. Now they are where they want to be Carter finds himself whisked off to another time. How this was done was very nice indeed. No machines or high-tech gadgets needed. Just some good old Celtic magic. When Carter finds himself back in time at Moone Castle in its heyday this is when he meets Fionn. This is where I got interested how the author was going to handle the whole time travel aspect and two people meeting from centuries apart. Well, it was nicely done and in the realms of fiction I was drawn into the developing relationship between these two MCs. Of course Fionn at the beginning is suspicious of Carter and Carter finds his mule headed warrior totally infuriating. But I loved how this all played out. As they became closer Fionn started to show Carter the skills he needs to live and survive in such a time. After all coming from the 21st Century, why the hell do you need a sword and learn how to hunt and trap your own food. It was pure entertainment listening to these two find their way to each other until they fell into each other's arms and then became inseparable. OK, would an Irish Celtic Warrior be gay? Well, I’m sure back then they wouldn't have had labels and may have been more accepting of human nature at least this is the way that things are portrayed in the book and I could definitely run with that for sure. However, Fionn is caught between the devil and the deep blue sea as he must marry due to a contract his father made to another clan to keep the peace when Fionn was only a child. Now the other clan wants to collect on the agreement. It’s either marry the daughter of the the other clan or there will be war between the two clans. What a choice! Well, what actually happens and how this all turns out is well written indeed. But I’m not telling here, you’ll have to read the book for yourself. But the plot development was wonderfully done and kept me entertained all the way through. I could feel Carter’s longing to save the life of his beloved warrior. I really enjoyed this book and it had all the elements that I could get my teeth into. The historical aspect was well done although I would like to have had a little more “history” in the historical. No wonder Carter had a crush on his warrior since he was a boy listening to the stories his father told him, Fionn is seriously one HOT warrior that made me go wobbly at the knees. Of course being an historical the question I always have is what are they going to use as lube once they get that far in their relationship? This always intrigues me as I have read some horrendous concotions and in all honesty very unlikely substances used, however what Carter and Fionn used worked for me anyway - lol! At least it was within in the realms of credibility. The time travel aspect was also well thought out and I could let my imagination go wild with all kinds of Celtic magic and mystery but above all the way that the relationship develops between Carter and Fionn. Also with things like this it can become complicated with timelines changing etc.when things are changed in the past but Ms Pine also does this very nicely adding to the romance of loves lost and won. This is supposed to be the first book and I would really like to know when the second book is coming out as I would be very interested to see how Carter’s and Fionn’s futures playout back in the past. I’ll definitely be reading any sequels for sure. This was for me a thoroughly entertaining read that I could escape with for a few hours immersed in a world of myth, magic, Celtic Warriors and more. 3.5 Stars rounded up to 4.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dale

    Pandora jumps through time! Ms. Pine has created another excellent series. Carter has been is love with the story of Fionn. Suddenly he is back in time and see the man. He knows Fionn is his soulmate. Now all he has to do is find a way to go back in time to keep him. This was a great story. Now I am on to book 2.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Manfred

    When I started this book I was really really exited. The storyline sounded perfect. Like a Diana Gabaldon time travel romance with a gay Jamie Fraser alias Fionn who is irish istead of scottish but maybe even hotter, how does that sound?? The writing was not perfect and the story evolved a little bumpy. You also should not expect this to be believable, it is quite absurd when you read that carter gets one sword lesson and then starts fighting in a battle. Apart fom all those flaws I still enjoye When I started this book I was really really exited. The storyline sounded perfect. Like a Diana Gabaldon time travel romance with a gay Jamie Fraser alias Fionn who is irish istead of scottish but maybe even hotter, how does that sound?? The writing was not perfect and the story evolved a little bumpy. You also should not expect this to be believable, it is quite absurd when you read that carter gets one sword lesson and then starts fighting in a battle. Apart fom all those flaws I still enjoyed reading it, I was really curious how everything would turn out at the end. Unfortunately it got a little too much after all. I love HEA`s but this was definitely quite over the top and just a little bit more reality would have done the story good... Nice time travel plot, great blond irish warriors and the knowledge that Fionn initially died the moment Carter came to the past, kept me hooked to find out how this incident could be prevented. I would give it 3.5 stars, worked okay for me, still not a general recommendation as there were just too many flaws to enjoy it all the way through.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Emily

    3.5 but rounded up because I did enjoy this, and it made me super nostalgic for the m/f time travel romances I used to read like 10 years ago. You know the ones! This was sweet, sexy and fun, and it definitely kept me interested since I was determined to know how things would end. My one big issue was that the constant head jumping between Cater and Fionn was driving me crazy, and I would have to sometimes re-read sentences to see who was talking or thinking. It was in 3rd person POV, but it just 3.5 but rounded up because I did enjoy this, and it made me super nostalgic for the m/f time travel romances I used to read like 10 years ago. You know the ones! This was sweet, sexy and fun, and it definitely kept me interested since I was determined to know how things would end. My one big issue was that the constant head jumping between Cater and Fionn was driving me crazy, and I would have to sometimes re-read sentences to see who was talking or thinking. It was in 3rd person POV, but it just jumped from one paragraph to another and then back again. It almost made me drop it down to 3 stars, but I still enjoyed it more than 3 stars worth. Looks like the next book is m/f and then the one after is f/f.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Allan Dover

  6. 4 out of 5

    safika

  7. 4 out of 5

    martin willis

  8. 5 out of 5

    Katie

  9. 5 out of 5

    Carol Perry

  10. 4 out of 5

    Grandmat

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tanz

  12. 4 out of 5

    Eileen Prince

  13. 5 out of 5

    Anna Shaw

  14. 4 out of 5

    Micki Roberts

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sam Albertus

  16. 5 out of 5

    tammy rufo

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aneta

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ann

  20. 4 out of 5

    Aurora

  21. 5 out of 5

    Chris

  22. 5 out of 5

    Zeoanne

  23. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

  24. 5 out of 5

    S

  25. 5 out of 5

    Diane

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sabella

  27. 5 out of 5

    Val

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ignis

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mirotakis

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ross

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