Tag: time travel romance

Review: Must Love Breeches (Must Love, Book 1) by Angela Quarles

Heroine: Isabelle Rochon thought this reenactment ball would be spectacular. She did the research, came dressed in a period-correct gown, and finds the evening less than enchanting. The…

Review: The Time Traveler’s Boyfriend by Annabelle Costa

Summary: Claudia loves her boyfriend Adam and would love to marry him. Unfortunately, he’s not ready for the next step. He’s leery of commitment because he had been…

The Inspiration Behind A Portal in Time

Guest Blog by Claire Fullerton, author of A Portal in Time Inspiration for a novel can come from the most unusual of circumstances, and the idea for A…

Time Travel: Impossible, Not to Love!

Guest Blog by Eryn LaPlant Rask, author of The Blue Lute Time travel – yep, it’s impossible but who doesn’t love a good era-jumping story? Throw in some…

Highlanders: A Series of Novels by Karen Marie Moning

By: Sasha Muradali, guest reviewer It’s been awhile since I’ve come across a series of books that I can honestly say I love, especially, from a genre that…

Review: The Return of Black Douglas by Elaine Coffman

by Aggie S., guest reviewer Time travel romance is not the same thing as sci-fi romance or sci-fi time travel. In The Return of Black Douglas, there is…

Review: A Twist in Time by Susan Squires

Warning: This post contains gushing… and a lot of it. Susan Squires has written without a single doubt a masterpiece of romantic fiction in A Twist in Time….

10 Ways to Time Travel in Romance

Time travel romance is usually classified under paranormal romance. I’m surprised it isn’t more of a science-fiction romance element actually, but that’s neither here nor there. One of…

Review: The Mists of Time by Susan Squires

The Mists of Time is part of the DaVinci Time Travel Series by Susan Squires. The DaVinci Series is an offshoot of the Companion Series, starting with One…

Time – A Convoluted Concept

by D. Reneé Bagby, guest blogger and author of ERIS Time is the most undefinable yet paradoxical of things; the past is gone, the future is not come,…

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