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Once a Rebel (Stolen From Time #3)

3.2 of 5 stars 3.20  ·  rating details  ·  41 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Time travel has done its uncanny work once again. Folks best be watchin' out for stuntman-turned-private-eye Cord Braddock--a tall, gorgeous fella with a touch of Navajo blood. He's spent his entire life shunning his ancestral beliefs and fighting his way into the world--until he finds a strange old camera in an attic...Now he's a sexy twentieth-century hunk stuck in 1878 ...more
Paperback, 217 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2009)
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WTF?! The ending was so abrupt! And what's this about not having heard from sister Mary in a while, and it being unusual? Is that supposed to be a segue into another novel in this time travel series? Had Mary somehow found the camera and ended up in the present day (her future)?
(Read as part of Harlequin May 2009 1-click)
I actually would have never gotten this book if it wasn't for Gena Showalter. She's got me into the Blaze Author's blog, and these girls are entertaining! So I figured if they can keep me interested in their blogs, I figure they can write a good book.

This was one of them. I actually found myself wanting to know what happens. The only reason I gave this book 3 stars instead of 4 is because it was too short. I don't like when books have to rush through the relationship of the characters.

I liked this book. It has the whole prejudice thing emotionaly, the time-travel (i like reading about that, whether backward or forward), and a little suspense. I really liked the ending. I'm going to try and see if there are books for the other characters (twins) now. I would read this book again, but it's more of a passing time book, and not a 'where is that book' kinda book. Enjoy
Sarah Magner
The one book I skipped in the May 2009 Harlequin Blaze collection. Read about 10 pages and decided the plot didn't interest me at all. Maybe for someone else!
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