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She wanted a love for all time.  

A life of love lost and heartbreak has cursed the women in Bronte Hughes' family for generations. When she discovers a device that allows her to slip through time, Bronte decides the key to obtaining true love for herself lies in mending the tragedies of the past and restoring a legacy of love fate has robbed from her family...beginning with saving her great-great grandfather from setting sail on the ill-fated voyage of the Titanic.  

He searched for a life with purpose.  

Good friends and a loving family provided Tris MacKintosh with ample duty and obligation, but none of the challenge and purpose he yearned for in life. When a mysterious young woman appears in a suspiciously timely fashion - not once, but twice - to save his closest friend from death, he's presented with more intrigue than he's experienced in years. Contributing to the war effort against Germany once seemed his best chance to live with purpose and make a mark....  

However, with Bronte at his side, Tris soon realizes there is a greater opportunity awaiting him. A chance to be a part of a love to last forever, to change the future...and to save the world. Soon . . .

©2019 Angeline Fortin (P)2019 Tantor

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very good story

Enjoyed the story very much as I always enjoy Angeline Fortin's books. I loved Tris but Bronte not so much, everytime she went back in time to 1914 she was so annoying and childish. She didn't adapt to their time at all. She was too much of a feminist and wasn't at all careful how she spoke and acted. There were parts of the book she annoyed me so much that I stopped listening. It was a pity as it was so nice when Tris tried to treat her like a lady and he was such a gentleman and she didn't appreciate it at all. No wonder she never had a nice relationship with any guys she was too much of a fighter and everything had to be her way or no way. But at the end she did mellow down a bit. And it was a relief coz I couldn't take her anymore. The narrator was very good I like Kirsten Potter very much . Looking forward to the next one. I hope Bronte will remain mellowed and not continue fighting for her rights so much.

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  • Paula DeGraf
  • 09-08-19

Loved it. Highly recommended

Loved the characters and storyline. The writing was very easy to visualize. Kirsten Potter"s narration is always a delight to listen to.

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  • MeadowJackie
  • 15-06-19

loved it!

Kirsten Potter did a great job with this book. she brought the characters to life. I loved the story, side characters and loved loved Bronte and Tris!

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  • E. Johnson
  • 29-05-19

I love books by this author

Another sexy tale by Angeline Fortin. Can't wait for more! I only hope this series is as good as the last.

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  • Doodle slave
  • 01-08-19

Picture is misleading

Although this is a really good audio and I enjoyed it, the cover leads you to believe that the time period is in the era of kilt wearing Scots and mideval wenches. This is not the case. The book is set in 2019 and the heroine goes back to just prior to WWII. The narrator performed beautifully and the story flowed nicely so I was disappointed at first but grew to enjoy the time setting. The book did veer off course towards the end (I am aware that the premise of the book is unrealistic) and I felt it got a little rushed. This is not one of Angela Fortin's better time!e travel books but a nice driving companion.

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  • Trish R.
  • 08-09-19

Good read and narration..

So, two things! 1) This could have been about 150 pages shorter, that’s about how many pages I skipped throughout the story. There were sooo many descriptions of sooo many useless things. The “shinty game” instructions just went on forever. I found myself skimming a lot. 2) I almost quit reading this because I stopped to read some reviews on Goodreads and one reviewer said this was a “cliffhanger.” That couldn’t have been further from the truth. Bronte and Tris got their HEA and it left it open for the next book. NO CLIFFHANGER! Overall, it was a cute story, about Auld Donell, a magic little man from Ms. Fortin’s other time travel books, who slipped a device to Bronte that allowed her to travel back into the 1900’s to save her great great grandfather from dying on the Titanic, then being hit by a car, then from dying from a supposed bee sting. AND that’s where she met Tris and fell in love. The only annoying think in this book was the times Bronte got PO’d because she was such a feminist, and someone would say something in 1914 that made perfect sense at the time and she would go off on that person because of their “backward” thinking, or because they didn’t see things the way she did. It’s rather silly. I hate when a female goes back and doesn’t even try to think and act and speak the way everyone from that time does. There were 3 graphic sex scenes, too many, if you ask me. And the F-bomb was used 5 times. As to the narration: Kirsten Potter is one of the best female narrators out there. Both her voices and emotions are wonderful.

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  • ducksandruns
  • 20-02-20

The cover art, lol

Book is entertaining. Love Kirsten Potter as a narrator. But... That cover art... the “past” portion of the book starts in 1911... the cover art is from a decidedly earlier period, lol!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 04-11-19

amazing

by far one of the best books I've listened to. amazing plot. Angeline Fortin amazing on this book.