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Monday, January 28, 2013

Blog Tour: "Vows Series" by Catherine ByBee

Top Ten Reasons NOT to Travel in Time to the Sixteenth Century 
by Catherine Bybee

10.)  If a woman gets all snarky with her hubby he has the right to beat her, bind her, and lock her up somewhere. And we’re not talking 50 Shades ladies!

9.)  Bathing was an option for most people. Phew!

8.)  Riding horses might be fun for a while, but hellooooo, no heater or air conditioner and I’m guessing the shocks on any wheeled cart were less than affective.

7.)   Lack of medicine or healthcare. I’m thinking the midwife who hadn't bathed in two weeks might have attributed to the death during childbirth ratio.

6.)  All those skirts and dresses might sound amazing in a book. Reality check, unless you were of the elite you didn't own a wardrobe. And what you owned wasn't washed…it was perfumed to take care of the smell.

5.)  No Tampons! Nuff said.

4.)  Sex = Babies. Yeah, it still does…but the ‘rhythm method’ never worked.

3.)  Most people lived within a short distance to their extended family their entire lives. *shivers*

2.)  There was no mall. Can you imagine?

1.)  And the very last reason why you shouldn't travel in time to the sixteenth century… No toilet. Plumbing is a beautiful thing people. Beautiful.

The Vows Trilogy by Catherine Bybee 
Amazon Bestsellers in Time Travel and Historical Romance

Binding Vows
(Vows Trilogy, Bk 1)
By Catherine Bybee

Duncan MacCoinnich’s task… Travel to the twenty-first century Renaissance Faire, deflower the Druid virgins, and go home. Only his job is not so easily accomplished with the virgin in question, Tara McAllister. 

Time is running out. The evil is closing in on them both.

Tara finds Duncan irresistible after what was supposed to be a mock Hand-fasting binds them.

When Duncan whisks her to his home in Scotland she could accept that. But, can she forgive him for taking away her modern life when she finds herself in the sixteenth century?

And is it love they feel? Or something else?

Silent Vows
(Vows Trilogy, Bk 2)
By Catherine Bybee


Myra, a medieval virgin druidess, flees five hundred years into the future to escape death at the hands of a cursed witch and lands in the arms of a handsome but cynical twenty-first century cop. 

Officer Todd Blakely knows Myra is hiding something , but can't resist her innocent charms. Destiny throws them both into a world of intrigue and mysticism. Can Todd be the true white knight she needs? Or will magic and the winds of time tear them apart?  

Redeeming Vows
(Vows Trilogy, Bk 3)
By Catherine Bybee


For her own safety, modern day, single mom, Lizzy McAllister is forced to bow to the medieval men who surround her when she's thrust back in time to the sixteenth century against her will. When Lizzy finds herself trapped in time with Fin, the one man she finds both irresistible and maddening, she agrees to combine forces with him to rid Scotland of the evil witch, Grainna. Finlay MacCoinnich's attraction to Lizzy sizzles the very air they breathe. 

Tearing down the solid walls the woman has built around her won't be easy, but he's willing to do anything to keep her by his side. When a spell cast by their deadliest foe throws them forward in time, will they manage to find their way back in time to save their family from peril? 

And will Lizzy willingly stay in his time, or abandon him altogether?

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but after graduating high school, she moved to Southern California in hopes of becoming a movie star. After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms. She now writes full-time and has penned the novels Wife by Wednesday and Married by Monday. Bybee lives with her husband and two teenage sons in Southern California.

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  1. LOVE the reasons not to travel back in time!!! I'm adding all three books to my TBR-they sound great!

    1. Oh yeah they are great books I've read them all. And had a hard time putting them down.

  2. The one I would be afraid of most is #3and #5. But I'm an outdoor kinda girl.but yes I agree for the most part it would not be very fun.