Daughter of Time
by Sarah Woodbury
3 out of 5
Meg, a young widow from an abusive marriage, along with her small daughter are driving down the highway one day and they are transported through time into the Middle Ages. They are rescued by Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, the last Prince of Wales.
With Llywelyn as Meg’s protector, their relationship develops and Meg has a chance to save Llywelyn from fate, due to her knowledge of the history of Wales. They learn to trust each other and hope to have a future together.
Sarah Woodbury’s telling of life in the 13th century is intriguing. She tells how women are treated for that era, and how they are expected to behave … something that Meg has great difficulty achieving.
Daughter of Time is a fun read. There were a couple of off-color remarks made, but overall, it was a clean read with tastefully done romantic scenes. I look forward to reading the sequels, Footsteps in Time and Prince of Time. I was so into this book, that I had to look up the actual history of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd to learn about his life in Wales.