Time Travel

Top 10 Reasons to Travel to Victorian England

Top 10 Reasons to Travel to Victorian Englandby Guest Blogger

by Isabel Cooper, guest blogger and author of No Proper Lady When Joan, the heroine of No Proper Lady, finds herself back in Victorian England, she’s pretty happy about it. Sure, she takes issue with some expectations for women—but compared to the post-apocalyptic future she came from, where demon lords rule the Earth, 1888 is […]

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12 Signs You’ve Traveled Backwards in Time

12 Signs You’ve Traveled Backwards in Timeby Keira

By popular request from 10 Ways to Time Travel in Romance I present to you 12 Signs You’ve Traveled Backwards in Time. It sounds like English but you’ve no idea what is being said. This is called old English. It even looks funny written out. The buildings look really funny and quaint. It’s like you’re […]

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Review: A Cottage by the Sea by Ciji Ware

Review: A Cottage by the Sea by Ciji Wareby Karin

by Karin, guest reviewer from Savvy Thinker A Cottage by the Sea by Ciji Ware is being reissued — it is a good choice for reissue for those of us, like me, who never read it the first time — with some new material on brain function, chemistry, and recent findings in the scientific literature […]

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Review: Legacy by Jeanette Baker

Review: Legacy by Jeanette Bakerby Aggie S.

by Aggie S., guest reviewer Summary: Christina Murray recently divorced decides to go to Scotland after receiving a letter from Ellen Maxwell asking her to come. She had been visiting various parts of Scotland throughout the years and this was an invitation to come to the oldest manor in Scotland that has survived 800 years. […]

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Review: Where the Rain is Made by Keta Diablo

Review: Where the Rain is Made by Keta Diabloby Keira

Hero: Ethan Gray has pledged his life to the People (Cheyenne) and when they need him he goes straightaway to the council where he’s given his orders. Ethan is a time-traveling shifter who can transform into a raven. When he returns to the past to lead the Cheyenne’s Dog Soldiers he melds perfectly into their […]

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Review: The Return of Black Douglas by Elaine Coffman

Review: The Return of Black Douglas by Elaine Coffmanby Aggie S.

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 no bouncing back and forth between different times, but there is a ghost. Twin sisters Isobella and Elizabeth Douglas, go to Scotland to trace their ancestors and […]

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Review: Healing the Highlander by Melissa Mayhue

Review: Healing the Highlander by Melissa Mayhueby Keira

Heroine: Leah (Noble) MacQuarrie doesn’t belong in medieval Scotland though she’s determined to do so. She’s actually from the future, but has lived in Scotland now for 12 years. Coming to Scotland was the best thing for her because it got her away from the Nuadian Fae who tortured her and planned to use her […]

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Review: Dark Mirror by M.J. Putney

Review: Dark Mirror by M.J. Putneyby Keira

Dark Mirror can be summed up in four words: magic, romance, time travel. The Story: When Lady Victoria (Tory) Mansfield performs magic in front of a bunch of witnesses at her mother’s annual lawn party her father banishes her to Lackland Abbey, a reform school for magic tainted aristocrats. There Tory meets two very different […]

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