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When husband and wife Eve and Patrick Gantly discover a shocking secret from Patrick's past, they make the difficult decision to use the old lantern once again to return to 1885. They hope to save his child from a tragic future. 

Although they try to plan for every possible contingency, something goes wrong. They lose each other and end up in a different time! Nothing goes as planned. They struggle to save Patrick's daughter from certain death, even as they search for the lost lantern that will return them to their own time.

©2018 Elyse Douglas (P)2020 Tantor

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  • Danielle Adkins
  • 21-12-2020

Predictsy

The first book was better. This one was very predictible. And the author went into overkill on the adjectives... a bit much.

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  • Robin Lang
  • 21-11-2020

Fantastic! I have thoroughly enjoyed all 3 books in this series!

This author provides heart warming stories with wonderful word pictures of the past and present, and never a dull moment excitement.
Our book club gives this series a total thumbs up!

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  • Arpie05
  • 15-04-2020

Let Down

So I enjoyed the first book so much I followed up with purchasing the 2nd book within a few days. In between I had listened to The Address: a novel I realized how similar book 1 and Address are. In Daughter, Eve did not seem like the same woman from book 1. She was weak and complaining. She did things that did not make sense - maybe to prolong the story, but in book 1 her actions were more logical. I did not like the Eve in book2. I also did not agree with her taking Patrick back or the way she treated him. She was very selfish. He was supposed to love modern living which had its benefits but he missed 1885 and she had no compassion for his feelings. I could not believe they took medicine and expected people to administer because she asked. And buying a ring on eBay was dumb. Why not take back uncut stones? Its like the book had a good outline but the fill was flat and done quickly and didn't give time to rise, I was disappointed Patrick didn't follow up on the Santa letters. I didn't like the way the Dr treated Eve or her son acted - just prolonged unnecessarily. There was a great outline and there was such a better book in the material than we got. I do not plan to read book 3 because I hope Eve goes back to 1885 and gets left there,

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  • kuska
  • 31-05-2020

Not as good as the preceding one

There're some series that I enjoy each part of - from the beginning till the end. This is not one of them. Don't get me wrong. I enjoyed it overall but I started enjoying it somewhere around the half of the book and that is quite a long way, isn't it.

First of all, I struggled to understand their decision. Maybe I just come from another world (he he), but that seemed just too naive to me, Anyway my most serious accusation is that it's just too much repeatable. I know all those writing lessons tell you where the climax is and what is the scheme but I can cope with that. Although I think this isn't true. It's better when the scheme is not that visible. Anyway. Eve again had to had her bad guy coming after her, wanting much more from her, because well, you know in the past she hardly could get over her first marriage but now everyone wants her. The pace could live without that. Really. And that's just an example.

Sorry for another spoiler, but there's just a small part in which a daughter is flirting with her father. And I found it disturbing. You might too. Although I think I understand what was the idea behind it, I still find it tasteless. For two reasons at least. But enough of spoilers.

The second half of the book is quicker, with not so many clothes description, food, etc. And it starts being really enjoyable. Maybe my problem with the book was there from the very beginning. I just didn't fell in love at first sight. And I even regretted I gave it a go. But I persisted ;) In fact, I really like the second half twists of action and I even decided to get the third part as well. I just hope I won't regret it too soon :)

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