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Once Upon a Time Travel

Narrated by: Ann Marie Gideon
Length: 11 hrs and 5 mins
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Summary

Once upon a time...

Recent college grad Emma Damon knows the Rose Room in Hartley Hall is off limits, which is exactly why she can't wait to get inside. Once she enters the forbidden room, Emma learns more about the history of the museum than she ever intended to know.

Waking up confused and shocked in 1816, all Emma wants is to return to her cozy home with flushing toilets and disposable razors. But when she's mistaken for someone else, Emma must pretend to be everything she's not.

About to be engaged to the Earl of Hartley's brother, Emma fails miserably at playing the role of a sophisticated lady. Hartley is determined to ensure that the quirky and adorable woman marries his brother - despite his ever-growing attraction to her. After loving and losing, he refuses to fall prey to the shackles of love. But as his desire for Emma increases, he knows he must forfeit his happiness for his brother's future. After all, there's no such thing as happily ever after. Or is there?

©2017 Sariah Wilson (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Lynne Denena
  • 09-09-18

So Much Fun!

This is a totally fun loving story! Worth reading and listening to. Good for ANY aged woman!

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  • Karina08
  • 07-12-18

Disappointed

Great story with some adorable parts but the heroine was to me a stereotyped adolescent that made me cringe with the constant slang and persistent allusions to modern life knowing full well the someone in the 18th century would not understand. Frankly it made modern Americans sound stupid! The ending was OK but was also slightly sad.

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  • JM Saenz
  • 30-08-18

Hilarious

I have always enjoyed this author's work and this book doesn't disappoint. It is hilarious but at times it is very sad. So many misunderstandings because of their different language patterns. For example, "I will have to mount while you are here." Seriously, who wouldn't find that funny especially with the serious tone the author and narrator used while delivering the line.

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  • Val
  • 14-03-19

Oh, 1816!

It wasn’t too awful to read...I guess what I am trying to say you must really like reading history or like books about time travel in order to read it. I swear, who wants to be in the year 1816? It’s a pretty intense and interesting century. I love how Sariah Wilson had a way to do a full circle on this story. It’s good to have a little twist of it all. Sometimes, it’s good to just escape to a paranormal love fantasy. Just get ready of teasing, eye googling, and ballroom dances.

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  • Susan
  • 12-02-19

beautiful love story

Awsome book . A beautiful love story right to the end. It was perfect. Read this one if you love time travel stories.

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  • C.
  • 13-10-18

time for romance

follow this sassy American as she tumbles through an unexpected rabbit hole to find love in a fairy tale come true. Funny and endearing characters are brought to life by the enthusiastic narrator. enjoy the ups and downs and missed turns!