Daughter of Time was not what I was hoping it would be. I was looking forward to the time travel element and was interested in "traveling" to Medieval Wales. Unfortunately, the story was unbelievable. Meg, the 20th Century Mom, and her two year old daughter Anna immediately fit into 13th Century Wales and were immediately accepted by Prince Llewyln and others. Meg said and did completely uncharacteristic things and Prince Llewlyn used modern language which I found quite distracting. Additionally, I didn't like how it ended. However, there were some bright spots. I really enjoyed many of the "historical" elements of the story. Woodbury's descriptive prose gave me a great "picture" of the time--I just wish I didn't get pulled out by the contemporary speech and behaviors. I did finish the book, but doubt I'll continue the series.