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Sunrise on the Mediterranean (1999)

by Suzanne Frank

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Series: Chloe/Cheftu Series (book 3)

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Time-traveller Chloe Kingsley wakes up in the Mediterranean, dressed in 1990s party clothes. Mistaken for a mermaid goddess, Chloe soon realises she is in biblical Canaan. She and Cheftu are reunited, only to become vassals to David, the Israelite king.
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Time Travelers Chloe and Cheftu end up in the Biblical era of King David and the birth of Jerusalem. Mistaken for a mermaid goddess then captured as a slave, Chloe eventually ends up as a trusted advisor in King David’s court along with her husband Cheftu, appointed court scribe. Old enemies aren’t far behind, and our heroes must prevent a plan that would destroy the holy city. And when they succeed, they’ll face a choice. Chloe can’t return to her own time, so will they stay in this era or move on to the sequel? ( )
  NancyJCohen | Jan 2, 2014 |
A slow beginning, as usual it takes a little time to become accustomed to the period that Chloe and Cheftu have traveled to. Then they have to find each other, at least in the book it didn't take forever, and this time Chloe is in her own skin with red hair and pale white skin. Their reunion is a bit anti-climatic, but things pick up once they do, but they both become slaves!

http://ktleyed.blogspot.com/2008/07/sunrise-on-mediterranean-by-suzanne.html ( )
  ktleyed | Nov 20, 2008 |
A woman travels back in time. A wonderful historical romance. Beautifully done. A real jem of a find. A must read. ( )
  vampyredhead | Jan 7, 2006 |
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Ich war kurz davor, im freien Raum zu ertrinken; dann verwandelte sich der freie Raum in Wasser.
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Time-traveller Chloe Kingsley wakes up in the Mediterranean, dressed in 1990s party clothes. Mistaken for a mermaid goddess, Chloe soon realises she is in biblical Canaan. She and Cheftu are reunited, only to become vassals to David, the Israelite king.

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