I love historical-fiction/romance/time-travel novels...and this book was almost all of that.
The time travel idea was great, the historical fiction was interesting - most of the time, but I just wish there had been more romance between the prince of Wales and the leading lady. I was always under the impression that books labeled romance should not only have a LOT of romance woven throughout the story, but as a rule, should have a happy ending.
Towards the end of the book, when Meg heard that POP, I was positive that her water broke, and completely surprised at what happened instead.
Needless to say, I wasn't crazy about the ending - until I discovered that this book was actually the prequel to a whole series.
I'm thinking that the sad ending may make more sense once I get farther into the series. (at least I hope it does!)
That being said, I am willing to read more of Sarah Woodbury's books in the future...and I do recommend Daughter of Time to anyone interested in this type of genre.