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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This book was a well written time travel romance with a twist. That’s why I prefer to escape reality with my books. I really enjoyed this story, the details of Native American life both in the present and the past felt very authentic.

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Nov 03, Kathrynn marked it as aotken Recommended to Kathrynn by: But when Ryan is given an old tribal tipi, she journeys to the past — where the tension between her and a Lakota warrior named Wolf erupts Nov 03, MelissaB rated it really liked it Shelves: In my opinion, Gayle Rogers’ book was one of the best Indian love stories I had ever read.

This one had to have bee I am a sucker for romantic time-travel books. As aitkeb spend time together, Judke to the Wolf she just calls him Wolf and Ryan fall in love. 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.


Similarly, I found Ryan’s anger toward Charley after returning from the past to be a very realistic reaction under the circumstances. These books would be appropriate for teen and sensitive readers.

bdyond It was an amazing experience. Charley is known among his people as a wise, holy man, and he also believes that Indian treasures are being looted.

May contain moderately descriptive love scenes, usually no more than three. Overall, I thought that A Love Beyond Time was a very intelligent and well-researched book that was an impressive first effort from Ms.

Brandi Kosiner April 25, at 1: This is one of those books that you fall into as tine as you crack the spine. It may be out of print, but it’s worth looking for.

In fact, she would have been content with giving up her career and everything she had worked for in the juie to stay in the past with Wolf. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Makes me believe that there’s something about debut authors that transcends the talent of established authors.

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Ryan was a strong woman who had made a place for herself in a “man’s world”, but didn’t seem overly bothered by the idea of being placed into a more submissive role in the past. Arrived in perfect condition. I also always like a good time travel yarn, and this one was rather unique in that both the hero and heroine went back in time, and they did not meet until they arrived in the past, nor did they realize that the other was a time traveler. I almost put it down a couple of times.


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Calls to the Wolf and Ryan is way too fast and too short. Ryan is certain that Charley somehow had a hand in catapulting her back through time to set the trap he had alluded to earlier, and altken confides some of her purpose to Wolf who agrees to help her.

Great young lad; very well-rounded, too. Too bad the author hasn’t written anything else. When anthropologist Ryan Burke joins a dig at the site of Little Big Horn, she realizes that not everyone is excited about the opportunity.

I remember that it was fairly lengthy and detailed, but an excellent time travel plot. There is a nice final scene in the magic teepee where they are reunited in every way. Renowned Indian affairs lawyer Dillon Wolf wants to shut the project down.

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Early juxie, she is befriended by an elderly Lakota man named Charley Crying Wolf and his teenage grandson, Buddy. I almost put it down a couple of times.

I am actually glad I took a bit of a break while reading it.