In this third volume of the Time Stitch series, Miranda sneaks off to the time stitch only to find herself not in the 21st century, but back in the 18th. She’s just in time to stop a murder that she’s experienced as a ghost haunting in her true time period, and she just might fall in love with the man who was meant to be murdered.
While I enjoyed the first two books in this series, this was just okay for me. I’m not the biggest fan of historical fiction, pirates, or nautical tales, and this was all three. I didn’t really feel the romance between Miranda and the pirate, whose name I literally can’t recall despite finishing this book yesterday, and there was just something missing about this book that was so bright in the first two. Might have been the audio, which was downright awful. Ava Lucas reads the British accents fine, but the French accent from Pirate Loverboy was horrendous and drove me nuts! I’m sure that affected my experience, but honestly I think this book just wasn’t for me. Oh well.
PS – After drafting this post and sleeping on it overnight, my views haven’t changed, but I did remember that Pirate Loverboy’s name was Nico. Heh.