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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a story of passion that dares to challenge the boundaries of time itself. After going through a time gateway, Caleb Hornblower is stuck in the present. He needs to find a way to return to the future, but after falling in love with Liberty Stone, Caleb isn’t sure he can leave the past behind. A NORA ROBERTS CLA #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a story of passion that dares to challenge the boundaries of time itself. After going through a time gateway, Caleb Hornblower is stuck in the present. He needs to find a way to return to the future, but after falling in love with Liberty Stone, Caleb isn’t sure he can leave the past behind. A NORA ROBERTS CLASSIC AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME 


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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a story of passion that dares to challenge the boundaries of time itself. After going through a time gateway, Caleb Hornblower is stuck in the present. He needs to find a way to return to the future, but after falling in love with Liberty Stone, Caleb isn’t sure he can leave the past behind. A NORA ROBERTS CLA #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a story of passion that dares to challenge the boundaries of time itself. After going through a time gateway, Caleb Hornblower is stuck in the present. He needs to find a way to return to the future, but after falling in love with Liberty Stone, Caleb isn’t sure he can leave the past behind. A NORA ROBERTS CLASSIC AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME 

30 review for Time Was

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

    I'm embarrassed to add this to my list of books read. Wow, this was almost appalling. It's very well told--I wouldn't keep listening to Nora Roberts if I didn't find something to like about her books--but there is so much ick factor in this one. It's one of her earlier books from the late 1980s. So. Much. Sex. between two people who have only just met each other and seem to fall in love based on nothing more than physical attraction. And the guy is not very nice. He nearly forces himself on her I'm embarrassed to add this to my list of books read. Wow, this was almost appalling. It's very well told--I wouldn't keep listening to Nora Roberts if I didn't find something to like about her books--but there is so much ick factor in this one. It's one of her earlier books from the late 1980s. So. Much. Sex. between two people who have only just met each other and seem to fall in love based on nothing more than physical attraction. And the guy is not very nice. He nearly forces himself on her more than once, and she shows fear a couple of times. At one point he is seething with jealousy thinking about all the men who will be in her life after he leaves her, so he wraps her hair around his hand and yanks her head back, then comes this close to raping her, telling her he wants her to remember this moment every time another man touches her. Eww. Run away from this guy! Send him back to the future where he came from! I kept listening to it because of the twist of him being from the 23rd century. I liked the little glimpses of the future, and his fish-out-of-water situation. Did not like his domineering, macho, possessive, jealous, alpha male personality.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bree Hill

    This book had the potential to be SO COOL. Punished in 1989: the hero was born in 2222 and time travels BACK to..late 80s, early 90s, I never looked up the few pop culture references to narrow down a specific year. It’s fascinating to see through his eyes, things that feel so ‘normal’ like razors for shaving, cars for driving-normal to us- but being that he’s from the future, things have progressed and gotten better OR have completely faded away with time. He meets our heroine LIBERTY STONE (yes This book had the potential to be SO COOL. Punished in 1989: the hero was born in 2222 and time travels BACK to..late 80s, early 90s, I never looked up the few pop culture references to narrow down a specific year. It’s fascinating to see through his eyes, things that feel so ‘normal’ like razors for shaving, cars for driving-normal to us- but being that he’s from the future, things have progressed and gotten better OR have completely faded away with time. He meets our heroine LIBERTY STONE (yes, that’s her name) and these two find themselves in a Close proximity situation as Libby helps nurse him and assist him as he gets his strength back after his plane crash through time. Libby is an anthropologist fascinated with the past and being a scientist finds it unbelievable as all Hell when Caleb finally comes out after walking around for DAYS being all kinds of confused and admits he’s from the future. She doesn’t believe it until she sees the RANDOM HUGE AIRCRAFT SPACESHIP thing out in the Oregon woods that looks a bit out of place💁🏽‍♀️got it. So now we know he’s not crazy. ⏳so here’s my conflict- I get it. This is a time travel story and these two are falling in love, on a time crunch because Homie needs to go back to the future-but it really felt rushed at the same time🕰 (cue, Time Wont Give me Time by Boy George) Its a lot of sex, one scene in particular which kicks off with- ‘She fought him, she refused to be taken in anger..” so I was at this point like SCREW HIM..but the physical part I get. The ‘love’ part not so much. I don’t mind insta love, but there are stories where it’s also unbelievable. As the reader you know Caleb for a good chunk is keeping the truth from her about truly how far away he’s from, then it’s out and it’s all about him fixing his ship and getting home. I needed more to believe the actual love between these two. Eventually I will move onto book 2, the romance between Caleb’s brother and Liberty’s sister...Sunbeam. But I’m going to chill for now, Not in a rush.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Trin

    Nora Roberts seems pretty awesome, often stepping in as the voice of reason whenever there’s a romance fandom kerfuffle (it happens more than you might think). I wish I could have felt as positive about this book, but it was just…bad. On a technical level, it was far more competent than a lot of romance novels I’ve read (and than a lot of novels, period), but it suffered from many of my typical problems with the genre. An accident knocks 23rd century pilot Caleb Hornblower (yes, really. Am I miss Nora Roberts seems pretty awesome, often stepping in as the voice of reason whenever there’s a romance fandom kerfuffle (it happens more than you might think). I wish I could have felt as positive about this book, but it was just…bad. On a technical level, it was far more competent than a lot of romance novels I’ve read (and than a lot of novels, period), but it suffered from many of my typical problems with the genre. An accident knocks 23rd century pilot Caleb Hornblower (yes, really. Am I missing some sort of winking reference to C.S. Forester or something?) back to the 20th century, where he crash-lands near a cabin belonging to Liberty Stone (yes, really). And once that happens, proximity—both physical and temporal—seems to be enough to make Libby and Caleb fall in love. There’s really nothing about their personalities or interactions that would make one think that they are right for each other, but nevertheless, fall in love they do. And that’s basically the entire plot. I read this for the time travel, surprise surprise. I liked the idea of future!dude coming back and being perplexed by the (then-)present. But the glimpses Roberts provides of Caleb’s 23rd century society really make no sense at all, so it’s hard to relate to where he’s coming from. Worse, there never stops being creepy undertones of male sexual power and female weakness. All of Caleb and Libby’s intimate encounters involve him forcing her a little, or getting too rough for a while before deciding to try to be gentle. It’s kind of squicky, and I found it totally unsexy. This book was first published in 1989, and from my perspective in the far distant future of the 21st century, it really does seem like a long ago, primitive era—and not one I’d care to revisit.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Preethi Venugopala

    Nora Roberts is definitely the master of telling intriguing stories. In this story, love blossoms between two individuals belongong to two different time periods. The hero Caleb, is a space traveller from 23rd century who gets pulled back in time to the 20th century while he tries to escape a blackhole. The heroine Liberty is a scientist, an anthropologist, who studies human behaviour. The story hooked me from the beginning.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sharath

    A time travel love story of a male character from 23rd century finds himself in 21st century and completely into a woman he finds here.. It's a frustrating trope of insta-love. Sorry, it's actually insta-sex trope.. Beginning and ending of the book is decent but everything in between is surely a downer... Tiny aspects of probability theory and Andromeda is enjoyable.. Just.. Not bad adult Romance.. A time travel love story of a male character from 23rd century finds himself in 21st century and completely into a woman he finds here.. It's a frustrating trope of insta-love. Sorry, it's actually insta-sex trope.. Beginning and ending of the book is decent but everything in between is surely a downer... Tiny aspects of probability theory and Andromeda is enjoyable.. Just.. Not bad adult Romance..

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mollie *scoutrmom*

    Space pilot crashes in a time not his own and falls in love. Anthropologist falls in love right back. No evil villain, no spies or criminals, nothing but two individuals meeting. This scenario could be ho hum in a less talented author's hands, but Nora Roberts makes us proud to be readers. The personalities and plot are very good, the setting wonderful. I especially like the secondary characters, who happen to be her parents. I'll read this again and again. Don't miss the companion story, Times Ch Space pilot crashes in a time not his own and falls in love. Anthropologist falls in love right back. No evil villain, no spies or criminals, nothing but two individuals meeting. This scenario could be ho hum in a less talented author's hands, but Nora Roberts makes us proud to be readers. The personalities and plot are very good, the setting wonderful. I especially like the secondary characters, who happen to be her parents. I'll read this again and again. Don't miss the companion story, Times Change (Time Travel #2).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    If you like love stories through time!!! A beautiful love story of a person from the future who crashes thru a black hole & winds up on earth, two centuries in the past, near a log cabin. The woman who rescued him teaches him all about the age she is living in. One of Ms. Roberts better novels!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Ryan

    As Liberty Stone stood on the cabin’s porch watching the storm rage overhead she had no regrets about being tucked away in the Oregon mountains. A cultural anthropologist, she was spending time at the place of her birth to write her dissertation on the last five years of extensive research. She was looking forward to the solitude. Then she saw the light shoot across the sky and the unmistakable sound of a crash. Caleb Hornblower, a freelance cargo pilot from the 23rd century, is on a routine flig As Liberty Stone stood on the cabin’s porch watching the storm rage overhead she had no regrets about being tucked away in the Oregon mountains. A cultural anthropologist, she was spending time at the place of her birth to write her dissertation on the last five years of extensive research. She was looking forward to the solitude. Then she saw the light shoot across the sky and the unmistakable sound of a crash. Caleb Hornblower, a freelance cargo pilot from the 23rd century, is on a routine flight home from Mars when he diverts to avoid a meteor shower and is catapulted through a time gateway. With instruments going wild, the cockpit in darkness and the pressure making him lose consciousness, his ship whirls towards the earth. As Libby races to where she believes a plane went down she finds Caleb injured by the side of the track and manages to get him back to the cabin. As she nurses Caleb back to health Libby attributes his sometimes strange behaviour as the result of the accident. Little does she know. I remember reading this book a long time ago. I think it was first published in the late 80’s or early 90’s as a Silhouette romance. I went for this newly released audio version because, well, it’s Luke Daniels and his narrations are always excellent, he always brings so much to his performance which enhances a story enormously. Given the passage of years and the formula it followed, the story is a little dated. The dominant, could be seen as overpowering, male and the shy, virginal female, intelligent but naive, scenario could have been less than appealing but Nora Roberts handles it well. Her female characters and writing have evolved hugely since this was written but still, I like Libby and Cal and I’m glad Libby’s self assurance and nerve grows as the story progresses. The time travel element gives the story an extra layer, even though the details are fairly vague. I imagine it was a precursor to the incredibly good In Death series which started around the same time, I think, and is written under Ms Roberts’ pseudonym, JD Robb. This series is also set in the future, although not so far, and is way more comprehensive. Caleb’s stunned and bemused reactions in finding himself transported back in time and faced with an antiquated lifestyle, including the cars and kitchen equipment, are credible and amusing. I like Libby’s parents and their interactions with Caleb. I’m giving the story a four star rating taking into account it’s twenty five or so years old.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    A time travel novel that does it for me. Amazing sci-fi quality. You can tell Nora is a fan or have done her research. Amazing characters that, once again, convinced me love can happen, no matter how little time you have spend together. That when two people match, it can be so perfect. This is one of the reasons I love Nora Roberts' books. She's so good at writing relationship, writing people, it's not hard to believe the characters really love each other, even as they are getting to know each oth A time travel novel that does it for me. Amazing sci-fi quality. You can tell Nora is a fan or have done her research. Amazing characters that, once again, convinced me love can happen, no matter how little time you have spend together. That when two people match, it can be so perfect. This is one of the reasons I love Nora Roberts' books. She's so good at writing relationship, writing people, it's not hard to believe the characters really love each other, even as they are getting to know each other. Luke Daniels was a fantastic narrator yet again! I actually choose to read this book because this series by Nora Roberts is one of the few he's read. He's also the narrator for the MacKade Brother's Series. That's how I discovered him. He brings the characters to life for me, and this world. The emotion, the humor, the anger, the love.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Kline

    One of Nora's older short stories, I was skeptical about this one because of the time-travel element. There just doesn't seem to be an obvious happy ending to one of these stories, and I'll admit, she impressed me with the way she handled this one. However, because it was older, the language and overall tone of the novel was dated enough to distract me from what could have otherwise been a relatively cute love story. Caleb Hornblower accidentally finds himself back in the 20th century, after cra One of Nora's older short stories, I was skeptical about this one because of the time-travel element. There just doesn't seem to be an obvious happy ending to one of these stories, and I'll admit, she impressed me with the way she handled this one. However, because it was older, the language and overall tone of the novel was dated enough to distract me from what could have otherwise been a relatively cute love story. Caleb Hornblower accidentally finds himself back in the 20th century, after crashing his futuristic ship and catapulting himself back over two hundred years. He's lucky enough to land in a wooded area in the Pacific Northwest, where he meets Liberty (Libby) Stone, an anthropology student working on her dissertation in the remote cabin her parents own. When she brings Caleb in to care for him after the crash, both of them realize that there is something strange about the situation. It doesn't take long for Caleb to understand that he's traveled back in time, but it takes Libby a little longer to believe it. One of my most aggravating notes: I HATE how the Libby consistently refers to Caleb as "Hornblower". I get that it's his last name, but it's a silly last name. Why does she have to call him "Hornblower" throughout the entire book? Just call him Caleb. Or better yet, Cal. (He goes by all three names depending on the moment). Also not a huge fan of the "virginal young woman meets sexually-experienced and somewhat pushy male" theme. Again, this is an older Nora work, so it was lacking the feisty, strong, bold, independent nature of her more recent heroines, and I missed that. There's also a bit of a rape-y element in there, which probably bumped this rating down a full star for me. Just can't get over that in a story line when it's ABSOLUTELY unwarranted and adds nothing of substance to the story. All it showed me was that Caleb can't control himself when his emotions get the best of him, and sorry - that's never attractive to me in a literary hero. Libby and Caleb were forgettable characters, but the story was entertaining enough to be an Audible companion on my daily commute. The narrator left a bit to be desired - Libby's father's voice, in particular, was almost comical enough to laugh at. In general, not a great story, but since it's Nora's, it's not bad either. Like I said, a perfectly fine commuting companion or a mindless Saturday afternoon read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Angela Simmons

    Liberty Stone’s an anthropologist who’s more interested in learning about the past than living in the present but when she witnessed what she believes to be a plane crash, she finds herself enchanted by the man she rescues. Caleb Hornblower’s not what he seems. He’s from the future and he’s determined to find his way to his own time. Although his future doesn’t seem so appealing when he has to leave Libby in the past. This one, while not awful, just didn’t work for me. It wasn’t horrible but it Liberty Stone’s an anthropologist who’s more interested in learning about the past than living in the present but when she witnessed what she believes to be a plane crash, she finds herself enchanted by the man she rescues. Caleb Hornblower’s not what he seems. He’s from the future and he’s determined to find his way to his own time. Although his future doesn’t seem so appealing when he has to leave Libby in the past. This one, while not awful, just didn’t work for me. It wasn’t horrible but it wasn’t the best, either. It was sort of just meh. Caleb’s a space pilot from the 23rd century. He’s a bit cocky and a total alpha male. Libby’s a 20th century anthropologist who has sort of holed up in her parent’s rustic cabin. She’s shy, inexperienced, and a bit on the stubborn side. They had their moments of being good together but their relationship was a bit awkward at times. Libby was dealing with figuring out how to be in a relationship with a man and Caleb was dealing with curbing his lust for Libby. I had two problems with this one. The first being that there were so many sex scenes thrown into such a sort story, it interrupted the plot. So not much happened other than, he fixed his ship, they whined about being from two different centuries, and they had sex—a lot of sex. The second one was how dated this one felt. Originally published in 1989, it was a bit funny seeing what she thinks the 23rd century will look like given the technology we already have in the 21st century. I enjoyed Luke Daniels’ narration of this one. He was a little gruff in spots, but it worked, and I enjoyed the fact that his female narration wasn’t too whiney. Overall, this one wasn’t my cuppa tea. The dated feeling and the fact the plot was continually interrupted just didn’t work for me.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ron

    I'm fond of time travel stories and was curious how romance would handle it. Thankfully there is no long-winded discussion of parallel worlds, trans-dimensional space, time warps, or other science-fictional double talk common in these books and movies. The point is, time travel happened, so deal with it and get on with the damn story. Having said that, Roberts does deal with it quickly and simply and gets into the story. I liked the everyday observations, echoes from the future about how life ha I'm fond of time travel stories and was curious how romance would handle it. Thankfully there is no long-winded discussion of parallel worlds, trans-dimensional space, time warps, or other science-fictional double talk common in these books and movies. The point is, time travel happened, so deal with it and get on with the damn story. Having said that, Roberts does deal with it quickly and simply and gets into the story. I liked the everyday observations, echoes from the future about how life has changed some 200 years on. It's set in 1989 (the copyright date) before cell phones and when Polaroid cameras are the height of contemporary technology. The future is never discussed in detail, just hinted at and left for readers to speculate. Very soft and nicely handled compared to the ham-handed approach of typical science fiction. It's a small story--there is no dire plot to save the earth or prevent cosmic disaster--just two people from different times and places coping with each other in their own little time and space. The romance follows the usual formula and there is head-hopping in case you're allergic to that (as I am). Cal may come across as aggressive and a little rapey for modern readers but he comes around. Curious to see where the series goes from here.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mourine Marango

    This is my first of Nora Robert's books. I have loved the time travel. She combines time-travel and science fiction and fuses them with romance. I love the qualities of Liberty Stone, her independence, her physical strength, her dedication to work, her reservations on issues of love and romance and definitely her caring spirit infused with her sense of humor. Wooing Liberty Stone ain't an easy job, what a strong character, able to fight off her bodily desires until she gets to know Cal better. Th This is my first of Nora Robert's books. I have loved the time travel. She combines time-travel and science fiction and fuses them with romance. I love the qualities of Liberty Stone, her independence, her physical strength, her dedication to work, her reservations on issues of love and romance and definitely her caring spirit infused with her sense of humor. Wooing Liberty Stone ain't an easy job, what a strong character, able to fight off her bodily desires until she gets to know Cal better. This book brings out the beauty of love and how it can transcend time. Despite being centuries apart, Libbie and Cal are in love and Cal decides to remain in Liberty's time because he loves her. However, there is a lot of sexualization which kind of overpowers the other scenes because of the detailed description of the sex scenes. It is for this reason that I am giving it 4 star.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Val

    I am a sucker for time travel romances. There I said it. I haven't read one that I don't like yet, however, this one was just OK for me. It was predictable and not all that believable which sounds silly when you're talking about time travel because of course it's not believable, but The best ones are the ones that make you question if you're positive that that it could not happen. The book was well written and entertaining. It was a quick read and worth the time that it took to read it. I am a sucker for time travel romances. There I said it. I haven't read one that I don't like yet, however, this one was just OK for me. It was predictable and not all that believable which sounds silly when you're talking about time travel because of course it's not believable, but The best ones are the ones that make you question if you're positive that that it could not happen. The book was well written and entertaining. It was a quick read and worth the time that it took to read it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    Cal has unknowingly traveled back in time to the twenty-first century where he meets Libby, a scientist on holiday at her family's cabin. Cal is hurt when she finds him and thinks he has a concussion when he starts acting strangely due to his time disorientation. They find something in each other that they never expected to find. This book had an interesting concept, but did not draw me in. It is a light quick read. Cal has unknowingly traveled back in time to the twenty-first century where he meets Libby, a scientist on holiday at her family's cabin. Cal is hurt when she finds him and thinks he has a concussion when he starts acting strangely due to his time disorientation. They find something in each other that they never expected to find. This book had an interesting concept, but did not draw me in. It is a light quick read.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Johanna

    I just finished listening to this and the end surprised me a shade and made me gasp out loud. The narration was sleepy at first as was the story. It picked up. Caleb is the male lead in the story. He is rough and grumpy at times. Lindsey was the female lead and was soft and demure at first but once they started connecting on an emotional level she opens up some. Overall a good story. It’s definitely one of her earlier writings though.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jane Balke Andersen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Did not finish. I couldn’t finish this. I was continually feeling annoyed and uneasy with it and then when the male character starts to force the female to have sex, I stopped. I really dislike insta-love /insta-sex /insta-soulmate stories. All the characters seemed very cookie cutter cliched to me and that added to the poor quality. If you don’t want anything interesting, with instantly falling in love and lots of sex scenes, this is for you.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I don't have high expectations in terms of plot for a romance novel but the story was so minimal in this book that it was just boring. There was no real conflict between the characters, and there weren't any supporting characters (other than a brief parental drive-by), so there was no tension - romantic or otherwise. I know there's a second book with this one but I won't be reading it. I don't have high expectations in terms of plot for a romance novel but the story was so minimal in this book that it was just boring. There was no real conflict between the characters, and there weren't any supporting characters (other than a brief parental drive-by), so there was no tension - romantic or otherwise. I know there's a second book with this one but I won't be reading it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Shy Gawerecki

    This story wasn't my favorite Nora Roberts story but it wasn't bad either. Apparently time travel just isn't my thing in romance. Plus this had a little too old fashioned a feel to it. The narrator was ok, but he didn't feel right for this in my opinion. Maybe had it been dual narration it would have been a bit easier to listen to, but the story just never really sucked me in. This story wasn't my favorite Nora Roberts story but it wasn't bad either. Apparently time travel just isn't my thing in romance. Plus this had a little too old fashioned a feel to it. The narrator was ok, but he didn't feel right for this in my opinion. Maybe had it been dual narration it would have been a bit easier to listen to, but the story just never really sucked me in.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I didn't realize this was written in "the olden days" (before cell phones). It was pretty well written (hello, it's Nora Roberts!) but it's pretty much just soft porn, of which I'm not a big fan. If you like soft porn, time travel, or anything written by Nora Roberts you will probably like it much better than I did. I didn't realize this was written in "the olden days" (before cell phones). It was pretty well written (hello, it's Nora Roberts!) but it's pretty much just soft porn, of which I'm not a big fan. If you like soft porn, time travel, or anything written by Nora Roberts you will probably like it much better than I did.

  21. 4 out of 5

    nancy hines

    TIME AFTER TIME TIME can change lots of things -- people, events, customs, and historical context ; but can it change that spark between two people? That spark that's different, more than attraction, more than lust/ desire? Maybe that spark is holding close that which defines what mankind is really about. I hope so, fervently!!! TIME AFTER TIME TIME can change lots of things -- people, events, customs, and historical context ; but can it change that spark between two people? That spark that's different, more than attraction, more than lust/ desire? Maybe that spark is holding close that which defines what mankind is really about. I hope so, fervently!!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rynda

    I received this as a present, as seems to be the norm, it was repackaged and updated with a new cover, with the sequel “Times Change” and so the person who gifted it to me thought it was her newest book. To be honest, this is crap, an earlier book of NR first published in 1989, it really is a dreadful storyline. It annoys the life out of me how publishers repackage older books as new books.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Diana Gagliardi

    Time goes by... How does Nora Roberts do it? Another great book to add to your collection. An anthropologist writing her thesis in her family cabin rescues a stranger hurt in a storm. The strange events lead to a gated love that seems do be doomed with a sad farewell but what a wonderful short time they have! So romantic yet intriguing. Read it!

  24. 4 out of 5

    diana romano

    Time was time and again Stone series book 1 This was a great time travel book. I have read this author years ago and so glad I got her again. She writes wonderful characters and storylines are great. I highly recommend this author to everyone who loves time travel and wonderful life stories. I can't wait to order book 2. Diana Romano Time was time and again Stone series book 1 This was a great time travel book. I have read this author years ago and so glad I got her again. She writes wonderful characters and storylines are great. I highly recommend this author to everyone who loves time travel and wonderful life stories. I can't wait to order book 2. Diana Romano

  25. 4 out of 5

    Martha Huggart

    Nora, I love you! This was one of your best! Of course, I say that about every one that I read. The ending was perfect and I would love to see a sequel about how they overcome the obstacles that are bound to present themselves with the decision they made. Thank you once again for the pleasure of a good read.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Maria Elena

    It’s funny how this book is slightly older than I am, by a few months, and yet it manages to throw together a past I can relate to, with a future that I can also semi relate to. I have to admit, I absolutely loved this book, and the ending definitely brought on the waterworks. I can’t wait to read the next book

  27. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Bay

    Exciting to actually look into the future It was so interesting and you wonder if this could actually happen. I'd love to jump start my life 100 years to see what life is at that time Exciting to actually look into the future It was so interesting and you wonder if this could actually happen. I'd love to jump start my life 100 years to see what life is at that time

  28. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    If you go into this book thinking it’ll be ridiculous you’ll be fine. I made it through because the narrator for the audiobook created such funny voices for the two main characters that it was hard to not listen to the crazy plot line.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nickie

    This is early Roberts and while her writing is solid, her characters are not as developed as I am used to. I could see her love of Celtic men, like Roarke, in this story. It was a fun story, and I will read the second in this series, but it's not a must read. This is early Roberts and while her writing is solid, her characters are not as developed as I am used to. I could see her love of Celtic men, like Roarke, in this story. It was a fun story, and I will read the second in this series, but it's not a must read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Irene

    This book sort of reminds me of the J.D.Robb series that Nora Roberts writes taking place in the future . The characters are very likeable and the plot an easy read. Looking forward to the next book in the series .

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