A story that takes place over two or more time periods. The most common type of this story is time travel.

As Long As Love Lasts by Jea Hawkins

As Long As Love Lasts by Jea Hawkins is a story that takes place in two time periods. In 2018 you meet Peyton and Brooke. Peyton is close to wanting a divorce. So close that she has a divorce lawyer’s business card. Brooke is younger and not serious enough for Peyton. They are at the point in their relationship where all Peyton can see are problems and all the reasons

This Time by SW Andersen

This Time by S.W. Andersen is a paranormal romance that will saturate your soul with the deepest longing and just when you feel you will surely break from yearning, it will fill your heart with the profoundest and purest love. Infused with aspects of Native mysticism surrounding souls and dreamscapes, this book is an emotional exploration of the perpetuity of love that neither the constructs of time nor space can

The Year of the Knife by GD Penman

The Year Of The Knife by GD Penman was a really intriguing book from the start. I was worried it would be too strange, too confusing with its alternate names and history, with the prevalence of seemingly science-based magic. However, The Year of the Knife proved to be just the opposite. Set in an alternate timeline of our world, New York City is called New Amsterdam and the colonies never

The Crown Valencia by Catherine Friend

The Crown of Valencia by Catherine Friend is the artfully crafted sequel to her book The Spanish Pearl. Catherine Friend is fast becoming one of those authors you could just hand me one of her books without any preamble or reading the synopsis and I would just start reading. And with that I will leave you with this; My fellow readers, ever hear of the butterfly effect? The loose definition is

The Spanish Pearl by Catherine Friend

The Spanish Pearl by Catherine Friend was one of those books that I wished my first time could have been in paperback. I know for a fact that I will also be buying a physical copy of this book if only to have and to hold. Kate’s girlfriend Anna is HUGE on history, especially Spain’s history. During their trip to Spain Kate gets herself sucked back in time, back to

Sappho's Bar And Grill by Bonnie J Morris

Sappho’s Bar And Grill by Bonnie J Morris is a time-travelling romp that has to be read to be believed. Hannah Stern is a women’s history professor, lonely after her last relationship ended two years ago and tired of her students who aren’t particularly interested in learning. When she hits her local haunt, Sappho’s Bar and Grill, for a drink with her best friend, longtime crush and bartender/mixologist Isabel, she

Spark by Catherine Friend

Spark by Catherine Friend – “Fire Truck” I loved this book so much (nerdy book reference I hope you get and enjoy after you read the book). The worst part about it was that I didn’t know of anyone else who had read it so I couldn’t share my thoughts and have discussions with anyone. Jamie Maddox is living in 2017 when her girlfriend Chris pressures her into an experiment where

Timeless by Rachel Spangler

Timeless by Rachel Spangler is the second book in her Darlington series. It totally stands alone though, so if you haven’t read The Long Road Home, fear not—you can read this anyway. Stevie Gellar likes her quiet, conflict-free life in New York City, writing successful books and hoping to get her first play produced. Despite hating anything associated with limelight (especially talking to other people), she agrees to go back

The Tea Machine By Gill McKnight: Book Review

The Tea Machine by Gill McKnight is a tale about time travel. Its theme centers on the butterfly effect and alternate realities. In 1862 London, Millicent’s brother, Hubert, has invented a machine that makes time travel possible. When Millicent accidentally triggers the time machine, she finds herself smack dab in the middle of a space squid battle in an alternate future, in the year of 1957. She runs into Sangfroid,

the bureau of holiday affairs by Andi Marquette

The Bureau of Holiday Affairs by Andi Marquette is a fantastic romance for the holiday season. The third installment in Ylva’s Twice Told Tales series, it follows Robin Preston, a business executive secure in her role as a corporate shark following years of backstabbing her way up the ladder. After filling out the paperwork for two employees to be let go right before Christmas, Robin is visited by Agent Elizabeth