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Timeless Moments

Timeless Moments


Timeless Moments

valoraciones:
4.5/5 (3 valoraciones)
Longitud:
11 horas
Publicado:
Dec 26, 2017
ISBN:
9781543664294
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

Jack Vines has the Victorian home of his dreams—or so it seems until he discovers an intriguing beauty lurking in the shadows. Stunned, he finds they share the house but live a century apart. The realization leads him to questions so disturbing it changes both their lives forever. She is a prisoner of the past, shrouded in a world of dark mysteries. He holds the keys that will protect their future. But first, he must solve the mystery concealed for nearly a hundred years.

Publicado:
Dec 26, 2017
ISBN:
9781543664294
Formato:
Audiolibro


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  • (4/5)
    Great story about time travel. I wasn't expecting it to end the way it did. I almost gave it five stars but I feel the title and cover doesn't fit the story well which is very misleading. I'm happy I chose to take a chance on this book because from the cover and title it seems like it would be a sappy romance story. It really has a lot of mystery and suspense to it. I feel the romance is very secondary to the main plot. There was quite a bit of religious talk as well which I wasn't expecting. I'm not a fan of that and I didn't feel like it even really contributed to the story that much. I highly recommend to anyone who loves books about time travel!
  • (4/5)
    her debut novel, Michelle Kidd has written a time travel novel with a very clever plot. Jewel, a young, 19 year old woman, is married to a doctor who is well regarded in their city, Lynchburg, Virginia. Unfortunately, her husband is a crazed, abuser who believes that she is a witch and that he has to beat the "evil" out of her in the same way he beat his mother and sister. (We later learn that he killed both ladies.) It is 1917, a time when battered wives were expected to endure the abuse behind closed doors.Help for Jewel comes from an unexpected place, the future. In 2014, Jack is restoring the same victorian house in which Jewel and her husband reside in 1917. He tries to help Jewel after he hears her crying in the garden. Afterwards, for several months, they are able to communicate with each other through letters, and because of what Jack tells her, she decides to leave her husband.Jewel's story does not end here. Kidd introduces us to the work of a detective looking for a missing Jewel in 1917, and to his detective son who resumes the search in the 1950s, and she takes us to the battlefields of World War I, to 1967, and finally back to 2014. Notwithstanding this very complex plot, Kidd manages to keep us enthralled. The plot is truly excellent for a first novel, but the writing style is not as sophisticated as the plot. I give this book four stars, and I look forward to Ms. Kidd's future work.