Shake Loose the Border (Thunder on the Moor Book 3) by Andrea Matthews – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Shake Loose the Border (Thunder On The Moor Book 3)Shake Loose the Border by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Having read and thoroughly enjoyed the previous books in this series I was excited to read this novel and was not disappointed. This gripping historical novel with a time travelling twist had me hooked from start to finish, and I loved being back with main characters, Will and Maggie. The couple are a week away from their wedding when they find Johnnie Hetherington’s dead body tied to a tree on their land. Sergeant Carnaby questions Will and his family about his murder. Then just after the wedding the Armstrong clan attack, and Geordie is determined to rescue his niece from the Foster clan, even though Maggie and Will are in love.

Will tells Dylan to take Maggie to safety, even if that means her returning to the twentieth century. However, with the amulet stone disintegrating Maggie and Will could be separated forever, stuck in different time periods. As usual the author was able to bring both the settings and time periods vividly to life with her descriptive narrative and accurate historical details. The exciting and fast paced storyline flows well and the plot twists ensured I could not put this book down. I would recommend reading this series in order. Overall, this was an engaging and immersive novel and I really hope that there will be a fourth one.

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