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Once a Cavalier

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Dr. Larryn Maeller follows a ghostly apparition into the London mist, only to emerge in 1666--the era of the Plague--where a handsome duke's heart harbors a tragedy only her love can heal.

Paperback, Jove Time Passages, #9, 294 pages
Published June 1st 2000 by Jove
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Historical time-travel romances have many obstacles to overcome in order to make a good book. There must be some logic as to why the hero or heroine goes forward or backward in time. With that logic there needs to be some suspense. The chemistry must be good. The era in which he or she travels to must be convincing.

Reality leads one to believe that the time traveler won't be immediately accepted by others; their speech, clothes, mannerisms and the way they were brought up is different. The ques
It was so-so. I don't feel my time was wasted but wasn't thrilled.
Sherri Hunter
Good story. Enjoyed the roles the Cavalier Spaniels played in Larryn's time travel experience. Author does a good job of describing the time period to the point that you can get a very good feel of what it was like in London of 1666. I definitely wouldn't want to be there during the Great Plague and the way society in general dealt with it.
I enjoyed Once a Cavalier. I had lower expectations due to the so-so reviews, and was pleasantly surprised. I give it about 3 1/2 stars.
I read this years ago! In seventh grade, actually. One of the first books I ever read- it was very entertaining as far as I can remember.
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Linda O. Johnston's first published fiction appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and won the Robert L. Fish Memorial Award for Best First Mystery Short Story of the Year. Since then, Linda has had more short stories and novellas published, plus, by the end of 2015, she will have had forty-one novels published, including mysteries and romance.

Linda currently writes two cozy mystery series f
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