Blurb (from Goodreads):
Her mentor shockingly killed in front of her, Rebecca Hatfield must flee the place and time she knows. She has lost her family, her dearest love and her ability to live a normal life. All she has left is the gift - or curse - of her immortality, and the bizarre clock that allows her to travel in time.
But when she too is attacked by the mysterious black-clad figure, Rebecca finds herself stranded in Tudor England. The clock has been stolen and without it, she can never leave the past. Alone, without friends or resources, she must risk the danger of Henry VIII's court and hunt down her attacker.
But someone else is waiting for her...
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was another okay story, but it did struggle to hold my attention all the way through.
Rebecca once again infiltrated a family pretending to be someone else in this book, only this time instead of searching for a painting she was searching for the clock that allowed her to time-travel. We did get a couple of interesting twists in that Rebecca’s mentor was murdered, and Henley came back as a ghost to help her, but I struggled to get through this one. The Henley thing also led to a bit of an odd love triangle too.
6 out of 10