His For The Claiming

A Medieval Time Travel Romance (Campbell Brothers Book 3)

Romance - Historical
378 Pages
Reviewed on 05/15/2018
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Author Biography

I’d been writing for a number of years before I decided to try my hand at writing historical romance. I never thought I would be any good at it because as a general rule, I don’t like doing research, but writing any historical book requires a lot of research to get your facts right, even if the book happens to be a fictional romance. Since my first book several years ago, I’ve written six historical romance novels and I enjoyed writing them all, particularly, this, His For The Claiming, my sixth historical romance.
I continue to live in the northeast with my best friend and my little dog, Bond.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite

His For The Claiming: A Medieval Time Travel Romance and the third book in the Campbell Brothers series by Ju Ephraime is a historical romance with powerful hints of the paranormal and time travel. Set against the backdrop of the Scottish Highlands, the story follows Tristan Campbell who dreams about a woman in a castle in another time. He believes that woman, Lady Brianne O’Connor, is his soulmate. His own brother, Alasdair, travelled through time to find his true love. So, using his new mental skills, he transports himself back to her chamber, to a woman who’s vowed never to love anyone again after the tragic loss of her husband, spending many years in mourning and weeping in Kilchurn Castle. Will Tris be able to win her heart and convince her that he is real? How can he make her believe that the power of the fae has destined them to be together?

A great story with a lot of drama and entertainment. From the opening pages, the reader already gets a strong sense of the setting, thanks to Ju Ephraime’s gift for mimicking the natural speech patterns of the characters at that time, and for crafting exciting dialogues that, while entertaining and driving the plot, are equally revealing of elements of the setting and character development. There are strong historical references and readers will get a feel of the culture of the Highlanders, their belief in the fae land, and conflicts between the clans that punctuate life. The writing is smooth and beautiful, with a skillful use of short sentences and timely paragraph breaks that make for a great reading experience. His For The Claiming: A Medieval Time Travel Romance features realistic characters, a great setting, and strong plot lines. It is an engaging story with a strong appeal for fans of the supernatural, romance and time travel.

Dr. Who

Excellent well-written book. Lots of historical information about the Scottish Highlands.