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by Gwyn Cready

Paranormal Romance / Time-travel / Historical

Release date:  March 30, 2010

Publisher:  Pocket
Copyright 2010
Pages:  448
ISBN:  9781439107249

(from Amazon):
In RITA® Award–winning author Gwyn Cready’s fun and sexy new time-travel adventure, an ambitious writer discovers that bad-boy painters are as timeless—and irresistible—as their art. . . .Art historian Campbell Stratford is about to make a name for herself with her scandalously sexy tell-all “fictographies” of famous seventeenth-century artists, but she’s more intimately familiar with her subjects than her eager readers can imagine. 

Thanks to a time portal she accidentally discovered, she has caused quite a stir in the Great Beyond. To save their reputations, the Guild protecting dead artists convinces playboy Peter Lely, portraitist to the king, to sabotage Cam’s latest project. A few hours posing on Sir Peter’s modeling chaise leads to a night of seductive passion—then Cam returns home and discovers his betrayal. But before she can turn her angry pen on her lover, Sir Peter makes a surprise visit to the future and transforms Cam’s twenty-first-century life into chaos of classic proportions. . . .

***Not my kinda book, but the cover is awesome!  I love how her shoes stand out from the rest of her outfit!  =)***


  1. Ohhhhh I love time travel, especially Doctor Who!!! This might be a little naughty for my tastes but the cover is terrific!

    xoxo~ Renee

  2. Great cover...I like the shoes too. :)

  3. I thought you Regency fans might like the dress, but the shoes are fabulous! I would love to have a pair myself! ;)

  4. I was going to say all I can focus on is the shoes! lol

  5. This cover is fabulous! And while I'm not a huge paranormal romance reader, I have read Gwyn Cready before and the book was funny. Not sure that's enough to get me to read a book with a Guild protecting dead artists, but we'll see.