A Love Beyond Time by Judie Aitken – book cover, description, publication history . When anthropologist Ryan Burke joins a dig at the site of Little Big Horn, she realizes that not everyone is excited about the opportunity. Renowned Indian affairs. A Love Beyond Time By Judie Aitken – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Things are going missing from the dig and it looks the man who hired her is the guilty party. I found this to be a very clever and logical position for the author to take, especially in light of Ryan’s background as a scientist. Lists with This Book.
She returns to her own time, but her historical love’s descendent actually retains memories of his time with her he recalls it as a dream, just as she does. And how skilfully did the author weave him into the story as to appear insignificant at first, only to end up being the architect of the whole plot.
Judie Aitken Star Rating: In the present, I thought Dillon was very respectable as a man who had risen above his circumstances to become a successful attorney and who was giving his talents back to his people.
I found the hero and heroine to both be likable. Posted by The Bookworm at English Choose a language for shopping. This one had to have been one of the most amazing books I’ve read in quite a while. She arrives to find a chauvinistic boss who, according to one of her colleagues, autken suspected of artifact theft.
In addition, they each traveled to the past in different ways, which created both positive and negative elements for me. Dillon enters aitkrn meeting with a rather brusque attitude, but is later pleasantly surprised to discover that they are already on the case, working a sting operation, and are happy to have his input.
The villain twist at the end was well done and I never saw it coming.
What a gem he is! Really, that’s almost an understatement. The Hero- okay okay, I get the romanticizing of bfyond Native American culture is so yesterday its almost wince-worthy- heck even the author acknowledged that thru the heroes inner thoughts-but she seemed to know her stuff.
If this is Judie Aitkin’s first book, I can’t wait for her next.
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It has plenty of both and something for everyone. I didn’t much like Gaffney, of course well, the reader isn’t supposed to like that one. The story of Dillon Wolf a. Or maybe because they actually care a deal more about their character creations than do their more hardened counterparts. I guess this is just a little too mystical for my taste, but as long as I didn’t think about this side of the story too much, the time travel aspect was still pretty enjoyable. They always had translations or context meaning, and I really felt that they added to the realism of the culture in which the story takes place.
Bendy rated it really liked it Jun 22, United States of America. Endrich rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really liked this balance in her character. In the present, I thought Dillon was very respectable as a man who had risen above his circumstances to become a successful attorney and who was giving his talents back to his people.
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Instead of the history and culture in A Love Beyond Time being reduced to a dry textbook lesson, it seemed to become a living, breathing part of the narrative, as important as rime character.
Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Calls to the Wolf and Ryan is way too fast and too short. They beyobd had translations or context meaning, and I really felt that they added to the realism of the culture in which the story takes place.
This book totally surprised me. She proves to be very caring and talented in performing her job of interviewing direct descendants of the participants in the battle. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I almost put it down a couple of times. Ryan sees Dillion Wolf for the first time and realizes he is her Wolf — he remembers the time in the past as well.
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I also liked the use of many Lakota words and phrases scattered throughout the narrative. I liked Charley’s younger grandson, Buddy, too, as it happens. Get to Know Us. May contain a number of explicitly descriptive love scenes.
I really enjoyed this story, the details of Native American life both in the present and the past felt very authentic. My favorite of Judie Aitken’s books, and her first.
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Sep 11, Simone Z. This was also the first of her books that I have read, but I will definitely be open to reading more of her works in the future.
What a change from the cliched types who hate each other on sight and then work their way around their prejudices in order to provide fodder for conflict. I thought Ryan adjusted to Lakota life a little too easily despite her knowledge of tribal life from her studies but I was willing to let that go for the sake of the story I know I would have some issues if I suddenly had no toilets, tampons or deodorant.
Who would have thought that an old man, who is all but decrepit and who cannot possibly offer any attraction to a romance reader, would turn out to be such an endearing character?!