“The author’s writing propels the reader forward in a gripping tale from start to finish. Although, Ann and Patrick’s story is at the forefront, other characters such as Malcolm, are equally interesting. Readers who are not bothered by the sexual explicitness of modern romance writing and who enjoy a historical setting combined with a touch of fantasy should find Walters’ book well worth reading.” —Reviewed by John E. Roper, US Review of Books
“Traveling back in time to find everlasting love is a fairly well-used plot device in the romance genre. Several things stand out in Believe that make it different from other time travel romance books including the manner in which Ann travels back.” —Review by San Francisco Book Review
“The element of a sociopathic stalker adds a level of mystery and suspense, as well as provides a catalyst to advance the romance between Ann and Patrick. Believe is a good historical romance with a bit of fantasy and suspense thrown in, and will appeal to traditionalists of the romance genre.” — San Francisco Book Review
The moment Ann Roberts —a divorced mother of two grown children—spots the decrepit-looking bookstore, her life is turned upside down. Having a kinship with the past and unable to deny the allure of an antique bookstore, Ann ventures inside. She feels compelled to purchase an old album—titled Lady O’Neil’s Memoirs—that coincidentally carries her great-grandmother’s surname and chronicles the history of a prominent English family in the nineteenth century. Soon, her nights become haunted with dreams of the handsome man, Patrick O’Neil, pictured in the book.
Their love is tested as they attempt to outwit fate that threatens to return Ann to the twentieth-first century.