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First Jessie found out she had a soul, then she found out that she had a soul mate… then she embarked on the journey of a lifetime. Jessie’s life leaves a lot to be desired. As a teen lesbian whose parents refuse to love her for who she really is, Jessie spends a lot of time waiting for time to pass her by. So imagine her surprise when she finds out that someone loves First Jessie found out she had a soul, then she found out that she had a soul mate… then she embarked on the journey of a lifetime. Jessie’s life leaves a lot to be desired. As a teen lesbian whose parents refuse to love her for who she really is, Jessie spends a lot of time waiting for time to pass her by. So imagine her surprise when she finds out that someone loves her so much that she journeyed more than a thousand years into the future to find her. This stranger from the past says that her soul mate is in trouble and that she needs Jessie to travel back in time to save her so that the two can meet again in the future and continue their timeless love story. It’s a lot to take in, but the twenty-first century holds nothing worth staying for, so Jessie eagerly agrees. Soon she discovers that not only is the soul mate she has yet to meet in trouble but also an entire civilization. Can Jessie work together with her past self to help preserve a culture that time has since forgotten? And can she find a life filled with both love and meaning in the process? Find out in this historical adventure that will have you believing in soul mates and the power of love in its purest form.


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First Jessie found out she had a soul, then she found out that she had a soul mate… then she embarked on the journey of a lifetime. Jessie’s life leaves a lot to be desired. As a teen lesbian whose parents refuse to love her for who she really is, Jessie spends a lot of time waiting for time to pass her by. So imagine her surprise when she finds out that someone loves First Jessie found out she had a soul, then she found out that she had a soul mate… then she embarked on the journey of a lifetime. Jessie’s life leaves a lot to be desired. As a teen lesbian whose parents refuse to love her for who she really is, Jessie spends a lot of time waiting for time to pass her by. So imagine her surprise when she finds out that someone loves her so much that she journeyed more than a thousand years into the future to find her. This stranger from the past says that her soul mate is in trouble and that she needs Jessie to travel back in time to save her so that the two can meet again in the future and continue their timeless love story. It’s a lot to take in, but the twenty-first century holds nothing worth staying for, so Jessie eagerly agrees. Soon she discovers that not only is the soul mate she has yet to meet in trouble but also an entire civilization. Can Jessie work together with her past self to help preserve a culture that time has since forgotten? And can she find a life filled with both love and meaning in the process? Find out in this historical adventure that will have you believing in soul mates and the power of love in its purest form.

30 review for Together in Time

  1. 5 out of 5

    AnnMaree Of Oz

    A very wordy and detailed story. There's a lot to unpack here. A Kindle Unlimited Read. The blurb actually does a disservice to the story, and actually has quite a lot of untruths. I get they were probably trying to simplify it for the blurb, but it comes out not accurate. So all I can suggest is to dismiss the blurb for the most part. For instance the main character Jessie, does not identify herself as lesbian. Although her past 'soul' does have a lesbian relationship in the story, which she is A very wordy and detailed story. There's a lot to unpack here. A Kindle Unlimited Read. The blurb actually does a disservice to the story, and actually has quite a lot of untruths. I get they were probably trying to simplify it for the blurb, but it comes out not accurate. So all I can suggest is to dismiss the blurb for the most part. For instance the main character Jessie, does not identify herself as lesbian. Although her past 'soul' does have a lesbian relationship in the story, which she is deeply affected by. Also, this isn't so much a time-travel story, as it is that the 'soul character' in one timeline is able to reach out to the other soul character of another timeline in mystical ways, and 'communicate' and information share. All in the hopes of changing their souls history and past. There's a lot of info dump about soul memory, and time not being linear and both times existing at the same time etc. While we see things in each 'souls' timeline, there's no real travel, at least on a physical plane. We have a story set way in the past of 60-61AD during the druid era with a high Priestess Cate of a clan, who has mystical abilities, and her true soulmate and lover, Maeve, who is also a high Priestess and healer. They are close to being taken out by the Romans who wish to cut down the entire Druid clans and their belief systems. They are doing everything they can to try and stop this. Then a current era story of Jessie, who is just a 17 year old teenager who is feeling lost and empty, looking for meaning in her life, after having made a lot of mistakes with drugs, sex (all guys although she states it was unfulfilling) and falling in with a bad crowd etc. There's a lot of information and details about history and the workings of this strange magic that allows the soul of the two people (Cate and Jessie) who are infact one in the same to communicate. We have other normal teen life dramas that happen along the way, and a few town folk that are seeking to help Jessie in her newfound 'powers'. There's also a lot of narrative speaking about beliefs, magics, societies and how far removed we are from innate instincts and things that make us 'special' or 'unique' that are now written off as odd or even mentally ill and therefore often have people treated as pariahs in society. How we're taught to mask more intuitive parts of ourselves and value the 'wrong' things in this time and how we will be looked back on as a morally bankrupt society. Which kinda pissed me off. I did find it got a little too stuck on driving those certain points home again and again. I didn't need several characters essentially saying the same thing over and over. I also got sick of them monologuing their beliefs, instead of just getting on with the action that was supposed to be taking place. I found that a lot with Alex Westmores other books, where she gets a bit too involved with telling you stuff to try and evoke a reaction, or give a moral lesson, which doesn't work because you're just being TOLD stuff. Never actually seeing or feeling it by way of the characters own growth or experiences. It's the reason why I could never finish her Pirates Series. I'm honestly not sure if I will read the sequel. I have it opened but TBH her writing exhausts me like no other. Like mentally and physically drains me. Not in good ways. I love the stories she comes up with, but a damned good editor could be her saving grace to keep her on task of the action and characters story, instead of going off on tangents. I was gonna give it a 4 star, because it's unique and I like the ideas, but the parts that bothered me and how little actually happens over the hours in the novel (5 hours it says!) ends up being very little compared to the word count. Plus the preaching that happens annoyed the heck outta me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ginger Miller

    Rip off! Same book. New cover. Do not be fooled by the cover of this book. This book was originally published "Across Time" by Linda Kay Silva. May I assume she and Alex Westmore are one and the same? It wasn't good the first time nor was it the second time. The cover does not even come close to the content. What a cheap ploy used to move a not very good book. If it didn't work the first time what made the writer think it would work this time? Stop playing games. If you can not justify and defend Rip off! Same book. New cover. Do not be fooled by the cover of this book. This book was originally published "Across Time" by Linda Kay Silva. May I assume she and Alex Westmore are one and the same? It wasn't good the first time nor was it the second time. The cover does not even come close to the content. What a cheap ploy used to move a not very good book. If it didn't work the first time what made the writer think it would work this time? Stop playing games. If you can not justify and defend your work then stop trying at all. A bad book is a bad book regardless of the cover or the writer. Try to write something more original and stop repeating yourself. If you can't then give it up.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Appel

    I loved this story, it was absolutely enthralling! A Druid priestess travels thru time almost two thousand years to her future reincarnation, a teenage girl named Jessie, in hopes of getting information that can help save her people. The Roman army is coming with plans to kill all Druid priests & priestesses so that the common folk will fall into line when they (the Romans) conquer Wales. This is a story about relationships, how soul mates can reconnect thru multiple lives, and that love no matt I loved this story, it was absolutely enthralling! A Druid priestess travels thru time almost two thousand years to her future reincarnation, a teenage girl named Jessie, in hopes of getting information that can help save her people. The Roman army is coming with plans to kill all Druid priests & priestesses so that the common folk will fall into line when they (the Romans) conquer Wales. This is a story about relationships, how soul mates can reconnect thru multiple lives, and that love no matter the form is timeless.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lianne KF

    I really enjoyed this book - I found the world fascinating and always love it when it goes back and fourth between main characters - I feel you really get to know them and the flow of the story. Interestingly I am not planning to read the next book - I feel at peace with the ending and feel like it’s is a natural finish. But who knows, maybe one day I’ll pick it back up...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Norma Chapple

    A must read I could not put this book down, it is a different kind of story that grabbed me from the beginning I was in the book I was a soul figure. Can't wait for the follow on book.Thank you Alex you've hooked me again. To anyone reading this review do not miss reading this fantastic book. A must read I could not put this book down, it is a different kind of story that grabbed me from the beginning I was in the book I was a soul figure. Can't wait for the follow on book.Thank you Alex you've hooked me again. To anyone reading this review do not miss reading this fantastic book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Storm

    Well, being as I own the publishing company that put this one out, I can't actually rate it. But I did really enjoy it. Westmore's writing is sharp and snappy and her characters just feel real. That's why I've hitched my wagon right onto hers. It's a good read! Well, being as I own the publishing company that put this one out, I can't actually rate it. But I did really enjoy it. Westmore's writing is sharp and snappy and her characters just feel real. That's why I've hitched my wagon right onto hers. It's a good read!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kristin Charles

    yet another series from one of my favorite authors that has me hooked and left me wanting more. I can't wait to find out what Jessie's next adventure will be! yet another series from one of my favorite authors that has me hooked and left me wanting more. I can't wait to find out what Jessie's next adventure will be!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dan

  9. 5 out of 5

    Diane

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lizcouture

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

  13. 4 out of 5

    Julie

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ruggedascent

  15. 5 out of 5

    Doreen

  16. 5 out of 5

    Falcon Storm

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marty Fordyce

  18. 4 out of 5

    Morgan McIntyre

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jaimee

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jen Tyler

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Quick

  22. 5 out of 5

    Paolo Caracciolo

  23. 4 out of 5

    Toshinō

  24. 4 out of 5

    Megan

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kayden Sōl

  26. 5 out of 5

    Maddy

  27. 4 out of 5

    Im

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lynda

  29. 5 out of 5

    Arthur V Salcedo

  30. 5 out of 5

    Laura Ladd

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