Through Time - Pursuit
romance, gothic, time travel
Milesian immortal Chancemont LeBlanc is determined to avenge his sister’s death at the hands of the Dark Prince Pestale, who remains free after the war between the Seelie Fae and the Dark Fae. Nothing will stop Chance from fulfilling his mission of vengeance, not even the time barrier.
The Queen of the Seelie Fae has other ideas, however, and she sends Princess Royce to make sure Pestale is captured, not killed. Royce would rather spend time with the human family she has grown to love, but she has broken the rules one time too many, and Queen Aaibhe wants her to grow up and act like the Seelie Royal she is.
Royce doesn’t want to be part of Chance’s team. He most definitely doesn’t want her on his team. And from the moment they meet—fireworks.
Chance has Pestale on the run, but after seeing the beautiful princess with the flaming red hair, Pestale has decided Royce must be his.
A hunter becomes the hunted … purposes collide … in Through Time—Pursuit
I thought this was a very derivative story. And having complicated mock Gaelic names didn’t improve the ease of reading.
What was unclear was – as someone who knows these countries well – Scotland and Ireland are different countries! They are not parts of the same one. They speak different languages – or versions of Gaelic – and have very different myths and folk lore. It is very mistaken to link them as though they were one.
I really fail to see how so many other stories have come from this one.