Although Fate brings them together, the characters in each of the Time Portal Romances must overcome many obstacles to be with their perfect partners. Sometimes those hindrances are external, like being pursued by both the king's and the pope's soldiers or rebuffing the advances of a sexy gangster's wife, but most often they result from the characters' own biases and misconceptions. In Vanquishing A Viking, modern Minnesota librarian Esme Pederson must teach fierce Viking warrior Stein Magnusson that women, even bed slaves, have rights and opinions, while in Enticing A Templar, 14th-century knight Hugh de Montfort and 21st-century 'bad' girl Angie Brady set out to rescue a priceless religious relic, learning along the way to let go of past mistakes and re-think the direction of their lives. Finally, in Redeeming A Rogue, 19th-century highwayman Robin Perry must convince modern schoolteacher Molly Montgomery that he's not a raving lunatic and that she should marry him instead of the Wall Street hotshot she's engaged to. All three tales are light in tone, but contain explicit sexual content.
Esme Pederson's life needs a makeover. She dreams of quitting her library job at a small Minnesota college to become a full-time weaver, but it's a risky thing to do, and her ailing father needs her. She also longs for a lover like the alpha hero in her favorite romance novel, but when a lightning strike sends her on a wild ride to eleventh-century Norway, the fierce Viking warrior who buys her as a bed slave turns out to be a sexist tyrant. Stein Magnuson has his own issues to contend with. Although embittered by his dead wife's infidelity and longing for vengeance against her former lover, he can't risk a clan blood feud. The last thing he needs is another woman, especially one who thinks females have rights! Irresistibly drawn to each other, however, their passion flares hotter than a volcano, but can love grow when neither is willing to compromise and all they ever do is argue?
Neighborhood bad girl, Angie Brady, uses sex rather than money to get what she wants, but her modus operandi is put to the test when she accidentally falls into Lake Michigan and time travels to fourteenth-century France. She literally drops into the life of Hugh de Montfort, a Templar knight on the run from both the French king and the pope. Tasked by the Templar Grand Master with the rescue of one of the holiest relics, Hugh is intent on completing his final mission. The last thing he needs is an alluring companion to compromise his plans, especially when he's also confronted by a childhood friend-turned-enemy and a vengeful woman from his past. Amidst the dangers of his quest, Hugh clings desperately to his priestly vows, but can he succeed when his mysterious new friend is more woman than he ever dreamed of?
Robin Perry is sure he's going to Hell when he's hanged for robbery in Regency England. Instead he miraculously ends up in a modern Caribbean resort, just in time to save elementary schoolteacher, Molly Montgomery, from marrying the wrong man, Wall Street hotshot Allan Ferguson. Instantly drawn to Molly, Robin realizes she's also the key to his soul's salvation, and he vows to win her at any cost. Torn between her desire for Robin and her fiancé's promise of financial security, Molly must make the most important decision of her life. As the two men battle for her affections, and Robin is forced to deal with the island's Godfather and his avaricious wife, Molly must contend with her aggravating mother and her fears that Robin, who insists he's from the 19th century, is hopelessly insane. Though Molly and Robin share a passion older than time, their love is threatened from all sides and a life together seems impossible.