Everything in Its Time : Time Travel Trilogy

  • by Dee Davis
  • Narrated by Ross Pendleton
  • Series: Time Travel Trilogy
  • 11 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Years ago while vacationing in Scotland, Katherine St. Claire believed she'd found the love of her life. She shared a night of passion with a stranger, in a hotel castle called Duncreag. But come morning, her lover had disappeared. And she has spent the last eight years trying to convince herself it was all a dream...
Living in the 15th century, Iain Mackintosh remains haunted by the memory of his greatest love. Eight years ago, she disappeared, leaving behind a cairngorm earring as the only evidence of her existence. Iain's family wants him to stop pining for this fantasy woman and submit to a sensible marriage. But Katherine suddenly returns to him and reveals to him where - and when she's from...


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Customer Reviews

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A little dissappointing.

What did you like best about Everything in Its Time? What did you like least?

I was looking for a modern time travel mystery/adventure and this did indeed include time travel but was very disappointing. I did like the historical details but the characters were very one dimensional for me, more of a 70's Mills and Boon genre.

Would you ever listen to anything by Dee Davis again?

Not very likely.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Ross Pendleton?


Did Everything in Its Time inspire you to do anything?


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- E M Hawkes

Historical romantic fantasy at its best.

What did you like most about Everything in Its Time?

It was well written with an excellent hero and heroine, and combines historical and fantasy elements effortlessly.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Everything in Its Time?

There's so much emotion in this story, it's hard to pick one moment.

What does Ross Pendleton bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

He's an amazing narrator and a favourite of mine. Plus, he can do a Scottish accent that will make any female go weak at the knees.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

As I said, the whole book is moving. Dee Davis brings across the emotions of the characters powerfully and Ross Pendleton completes what she began.

Any additional comments?

I couldn't put this down.

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- Nadia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 18-09-2013
  • Publisher: Dee Davis Oberwetter