The author and Goddess Fish Blog Tours shared an ebook of this story with me for review (thank you). This book is available wherever you buy ebooks.
I'm always fascinated by the idea of travelling back in time and trying to live in the era you land in. In this case, Anna goes back to the 1870's. Women have no rights, they are to be protected by their man, and they don't have jobs either. Needless to say, Anna does not take this sitting down. She ends up getting fired from the jobs she does acquire because she doesn't act like a lady (in 1870). Shooting a man trying to coerce her into his bed in the hotel just isn't condoned.
The sheriff attempts to help her, thinking she's fleeing her past. When she finally tries to tell him where she's from, he thinks she's crazy. It's even worse when they find themselves falling love. Who knows how long she's going to be there or when she's going back?
The tale of a modern day woman in western days was fun to read. The romance made my heart pitter-patter. And I was despairing over the ending of the story when the author found a unique solution to the time travel situation. I really enjoyed this book and recommend you give it a read, too.