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Time of the Picts (Dunskey Castle, #5) [Reading] ➳ Time of the Picts (Dunskey Castle, #5) ➻ Jane Stain – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Ignoring phone calls from Kelsey Jaelle thinks her first time travel adventure was a dream but a new museum display shows a stick figure she remembers drawing with her fingernail file on the top stone Ignoring phone calls from Kelsey Jaelle thinks her first time travel adventure was a dream but a new museum display shows a stick figure Time of Kindle - she remembers drawing with her fingernail file on the top stone of Hadrian's Wall Whoa that means her time travel and meeting of the dazzling warrior Breth and their fight with the barbarians at the Roman fort really took place She needs to get back to Breth.

  • Kindle Edition
  • Time of the Picts (Dunskey Castle, #5)
  • Jane Stain
  • English
  • 06 May 2016

About the Author: Jane Stain

Jane was an actor at Paramount Ranch California in doing the original Renaissance Pleasure Faire Los Angeles is her home town She is Time of Kindle - in her fifties and has been influenced by the writing of Diana Gabaldon Isaac Asimov Anne McCaffrey and many great authorsJane Stain is a pen name.



10 thoughts on “Time of the Picts (Dunskey Castle, #5)

  1. Tiffany Tiffany says:

    EngagingStain completes the story of Breth and Jaelle love affair in the second book of her tine traveling love story She is a fabalous story teller who brings a little known sect of people to life She presents a moving poignant story

  2. Raewynn Raewynn says:

    I loved this story it was so fantastic that I read it in one sitting andI just wanted it to go on and onThis is the second book in this Time Travel Romance set the first book Time of the Celts was every bit as good and if you like a good story a bit of time travel a bit of romance and a bit of funthese are the books for youCan't wait for the next oneIf you haven't had a chance to read any of Jane Stain's books yetget to it as they are awesome

  3. Carrie Waeldin Carrie Waeldin says:

    A solid good read—but read them in orderThis whole series has kept me coming back My only complaint is that they seem so short and are read too uickly I enjoy the connections between the modern day characters

  4. Stacie Stacie says:

    Horrible writing I kept reading because I wanted to know how the story ended But I'm so thankful that the next book is about a different person so I'm not needing to read it I had to read many passages over because it was so poorly written that it didn't make sense It felt like she never even reread her own book and she tried to put the old highlander speech in in several places and it totally didn't work It took me days to read it because I couldn't make myself pick it up

  5. Cristie Cristie says:

    Worth it I read the first three books in Jane Stain's Dunskey Castle series and thought to skip books 4 and 5 Since both books dealt with the same characters I thought I would be bored frustrated that this set of characters took up over 400 pages I am so glad I decided to read them The story was riveting and is so far my favorite books in this series Against all odds Jaelle and Breth's love blossomed Timeless

  6. Diana Diana says:

    I read the first book and it just stops so got the second oneneither were that good Hard to keep everyone and the time each person is in I don't give up on books often but I am giving up on these

  7. Jenny Jenny says:

    GoodThis book was a little better than The Celts but it was still slow reading For some reason I couldn't find my connection with any of the characters I am going to skip the next book and go on to Lief

  8. Bonnie Mitchell Bonnie Mitchell says:

    They just keep gettingThey just keep getting better and better the books of Jane's that I read I think by now I've read three in three days I just can't put them down Thank goodness for Kindle Unlimited

  9. Janet Janet says:

    A smooth tie into the previous stories continuing the taleIt flows smoothly from where the last story ends The characters from past stories are tied into this one and new characters are developed

  10. Judie Greenlaw Judie Greenlaw says:

    I loved it strong characters wonderful story line I couldn't stop reading it caught me from the first page and kept me engaged until the last page can't wait for the next book to begin

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