Somewhere My Lady by Beth Trissel

Somewhere My Lady by Beth Trissel
Ladies in Time Book One
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full length (221 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Poinsettia

Is he real or is he a ghost?

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Harrison Hall itself has plans for Lorna – and for Hart Harrison, her momentary suitor and its 18th century heir. Past and present are bound by pledges of love, and modern science melds with old skills and history as Harrison Hall takes Lorna and Hart through time in a race to solve a mystery and save Hart’s life before the Midsummer Ball.

Lorna and Hart have waited centuries to find each other.

Lorna’s life changes the moment she sets foot in Harrison Hall. All she wanted was a good Summer job to help save for college. Harrison Hall also provides Lorna the perfect opportunity to escape from the betrayal of her best friend and ex-boyfriend. She never expected to find a house with a deep connection to the past. Ms. Trissel wastes no time diving right into the story. As soon as Lorna arrives at Harrison Hall, Lorna is captivated by the ghostly figure of Hart. Even stranger, Lorna can’t shake the feeling she knows him well. As the young pair explore their feelings, time is not on their side. Hart is destined to die at the Midsummer Ball. Will they solve the mystery of his death, or be doomed to spend eternity apart?

Lorna and Hart have excellent chemistry. I’m not usually a fan of instant love connections, but Ms. Trissel has imbued each page with the sense that Lorna and Hart belong together. While their connection is clearly genuine, I wanted to get to know them better. They loved each other in a different lifetime, but Lorna only remembers bits and pieces. I would have loved to see more glimpses of their past life. Even their time in the present seems rushed. Lorna and Hart spend so much time rehearsing for the re-enactment of Hart’s death while simultaneously trying to prevent it in the past that they barely have any time to relax and get reacquainted. Despite this issue, I have no doubt Lorna and Hart have the makings of a great couple. They are desperate to stay together, and the fear they would lose each other after waiting centuries to find each other was palpable. I was on pins and needles wondering how it would all work out!

I was intrigued by the mystery of Hart’s death. I raced through the pages watching Lorna and Hart work tirelessly to not only uncover the true conditions of Hart’s death, but also find a way to prevent it. I would have liked to explore the villain’s motives more. The explanation seemed a bit abrupt after building up so much suspense.

Reading Ms. Trissel’s work is always a delight. Somewhere My Lady is a great read filled with romance and just a dash of suspense. Fans of time-travel romance won’t want to miss this novel!

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