“Embrace the Lace” by Shannon MacLeod
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1w ago
Evangeline, or Van, is a young woman enjoying a trip to a Renaissance fair when she lands in the Scottish Highlands in the year 1659. She is rescued by the clan laird, Andrew MacIver. Van believes she is in a remarkable reenactment but soon realizes she has traveled back in time. Andrew is a young laird who is widowed and being pushed to take on a new wife all while trying to protect his lands from his uncle. When Andrew’s uncle arrives at the castle, events take a dangerous turn. Van and Andrew set out to rescue the MacIver lands and see where this new love will take them. … More “Embrace the ..read more
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“Into the Lure of Time” by Vera Bell
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2w ago
If you’re like me and believe there’s nothing like a delicious escape into a time-travel romance, then you are in for a treat. “Into the Lure of Time” by Vera Bell is the second book in her Always and Forever trilogy, a compelling exploration of the haunting similarities that connect lives separated by centuries. … More “Into the Lure of Time” by Vera Bell ..read more
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“Artefactum” by J.E. Tobal
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4M ago
Bartender Sam Rankin and his tattoo artist partner Una Malia Owens take their relationship to a whole new level when they accidentally discover that one of her Aboriginal fertility statues can take them into alternate universes. The catch is that because it is a sex goddess, these unique worlds are based on pornographic videos that they are watching. Initially, they are both caught up in the excitement, but soon it seems Sam is enjoying it much more than Una. This causes a falling out that leads to him losing her in our universe. … More “Artefactum” by J.E. Tobal ..read more
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“Full Circle: Electronic Afterlife” by Alfred A. Taylor
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4M ago
“Electronic Afterlife” is the first book in the Full Circle series. This is the second edition of this novel, which was originally written in 2012. The adventure begins with the protagonist Mark Aaron. He is a historical researcher for a private corporation. An unusual meeting with the mysterious CEO of the company has Mark turning down an employment opportunity because he is about to go on an important trip with his wife. Things go awry when an accident on their plane changes him greatly. He wakes up in the future, without his wife, and quickly learns he must team up with an attractive androi ..read more
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U: Journey to Yourself by T.D. Roberson
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5M ago
“U: Journey to Yourself” by T.D. Roberson begins when the protagonist Drew is at the hospital because his grandmother is passing. Family members surround him, yet he feels totally alone. He is broke and going through an existential crisis. While at the hospital, he suffers an emotional breakdown. Drew thinks he is hallucinating when he discovers himself somewhere up in the clouds. … More U: Journey to Yourself by T.D. Roberson ..read more
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“Get the Boy, Own the Future” by Gabriel F.W. Koch
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6M ago
"Get the Boy, Own the Future" is a brilliant science fiction novel written by Gabriel F.W. Koch that focuses on time travel and biotechnology. In a futuristic world, the earth is facing an ecological disaster with pole shifts and climate change threatening to cause further damage to the world. Time travel scientists pore over historical details to find out what can safeguard the survival of humans in the hope of altering a catastrophic event. … More “Get the Boy, Own the Future” by Gabriel F.W. Koch ..read more
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“Moda and the Masquerades” by Jacqueline Greer Graham
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6M ago
"Moda and the Masquerades: The Rhythm Plays On" is a stirring novel written by Canadian-based author, Jacqueline Greer Graham. Inspired by true events and her love for Masquerades, Jacqueline pens the story of Moda, a young woman who is the head of an internationally renowned fashion company, House of Zaaire. Born in Montserrat in the British West Indies, Moda migrated with her mother to Canada when she was eight after a volcano erupted in her home village causing massive destruction. She quickly adjusted to life in a foreign country and slowly carved her niche in the world of fashion. … More ..read more
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“The Timepiece Legacy” by Kevin D Miller
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7M ago
"The Timepiece Legacy: Book One of the Timepiece Series" by award-winning author Kevin D. Miller is a compelling time-travel family drama that will move and entertain you. You will meet Dr. Bodhi McMullin, a renowned Southern California orthopedic surgeon, once a UCLA star quarterback. This accomplished man is all of that and is charming and handsome as well. However, all is not perfect in his world. … More “The Timepiece Legacy” by Kevin D Miller ..read more
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“Play It Back” by Vanessa Lopez Aziz
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8M ago
Twenty-seven-year-old Carmen Santos has a charmed life—a career, supportive friends, and the love of a doting boyfriend. Her future is looking pretty bright, right? Unfortunately, fate has other plans when she suffers a head injury and loses consciousness. The question: What do you want infiltrates her thoughts as disoriented Carmen is transported back to 1999—ten years in the past—to relive her senior year of high school. … More “Play It Back” by Vanessa Lopez Aziz ..read more
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“The Lost Family Robinson” by Alan Priest
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8M ago
When astrophysicist Ernie Robinson shows up at his family’s lake house in the Tahoe basin, he does not get a warm welcome. Having been estranged from them for several years, he is hoping to regain their favor by showing off a quantum computer he invented. Initially, they have difficulties believing that it functions as a time machine. So, he starts demonstrating how it works by including his three brothers, sisters-in-law, and their children. … More “The Lost Family Robinson” by Alan Priest ..read more
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