Hellfire and Handbaskets (A Time Traveler’s Journey Book 2) by Kathryn Hills


Army veteran Dr. Rick Hauser is struggling with ptsd and is stuck working in the Er on Halloween. Intrigued by a woman in the waiting room the last thing he expected was to find her sleeping on a doorstop the next morning. He takes her home with him but when it comes time for her to leave he is reluctant to see her go.

Amelia Pennington longed to be a doctor but for high society women in 1895 it wasn’t easy. Her family has been targeted by supernatural forces before and when she finds herself fleeing a mad man she uses a mystical rune to travel to modern day Boston.

Torn between her own time and Rick’s, Amelia must decide whether she gives up everything she has ever known.

The characters are well developed and engaging, the dialogue is witty, and the plot is intriguing. The relationship is a slow build with a perfect blend of angst and passion. I would recommend this book.

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. For more reviews please visit my blog:



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