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Son of the Morning by Linda Howard
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Feb 14, 11

bookshelves: audiobook, contemporary-romance, library-book
Read from January 30 to February 14, 2011, read count: 1

Unabridged, audiobook. I think the narrator Natalie Ross did a great job even with the men's voices.

Grace is an archeologist scholar who is translating a manuscript for The Foundation when returning from getting her computer repaired, she sees her boss murder her husband and brother. She goes on the run and slowly translates the book as she goes finding a reference to her from the 1300s with a recipe for time travel. She meets Niall and the rest is history either modern or ancient. I didn't think I'd like this book as much as I ended up liking it because the beginning was pretty slow going. But it picks up and the ending was great. Would recommend it.
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Reading Progress

02/11/2011 "On CD 9 - it's just getting better and better. The hiding out thing seemed to take forever to get beyond but now it's speeding up."

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