In Love’s Time

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Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring

In Love’s Time by Kate Breslin.

In the summer of 1918, Captain Marcus Weatherford arrives in Russia on a secret mission, with a beautiful ballerina posing as his fiancée. Marcus searches for the Romanov Tsarina and her son–who both allegedly survived the murdering Bolsheviks–and the information behind an allied plot to assassinate Lenin. But Marcus’s sense of duty battles his desire to return home to Clare–his actual love.

Hospital orderly Clare Danner still suffers from Marcus’s betrayal and now fears losing her daughter to the heartless family who took Daisy away from Clare once before, but only Marcus can provide the critical proof needed to save her daughter.

Faced with danger and unexpected circumstances, can Clare trust Marcus, or will he shatter her world yet again?

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Author Information

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First Line

[Graphic Text]: Whitehall, London, Monday, August 5, 1918—2130 Hours ~ Would the human destruction never end?

My Review

I given a complimentary copy of this book. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

In Love’s Time by Kate Breslin is a World War I historical romance from Bethany House Publishers.

This story had me on my seat’s edge the entire time. I wanted things to work out for Marcus and Clara and trouble kept getting in their way! Of course, if that didn’t happen, there wouldn’t be a story, but I was cheering for them the whole time.

Watching the pair fall in love (again) was delightful. They truly are perfect for one another. I wish there didn’t need to be as many secrets, but such is the life Marcus led, and to be in the medical condition he faced … so hard for all involved!

This is the type of story that I can’t wait to read a second time. Now that I know the plot, I want to sink in and enjoy the depth of the story even more. The first time through, I couldn’t put the book down because I had to know what happened next! If you enjoy a suspenseful historical romance, then this is a wonderful read.

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8 thoughts on “In Love’s Time

  1. In Love’s Time is next on my list after I review this one:

    My first line comes from All the Lost Places by Amanda Dykes, which I just finished.
    Once upon the dawn of time, there was water. Before there were stars, before the Maker set life into earth, breath into lungs, beast ir man to roam…there was water. Dark and reaching, stirred not by wind but by the spirit of the Almighty himself.

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