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Time's Arrow

4.17 of 5 stars 4.17  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Joni Peterson is catapulted through time into a world both familiar and strange. Finding herself in Victorian England, she discovers love in the most unexpected place— at the feet of the man whose carriage knocked her down.

Lord Sebastian Tyler needs to remarry, but preferably not to a woman of his mother’s choosing. The woman his carriage runs over both irritates and fasci
Kindle Edition, 87 pages
Published by White Rose Publishing (first published November 29th 2011)
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Paula  Phillips
This story was awesome , one of my all-time movies is Kate and Leopold , in which Leopold happens to travel into the future and falls in love with Kate - a modern 21st Century girl and of course Leopold belongs in the regency era, so Kate must make her choice. The other film along this theme is Lost in Austen , in which the main character falls asleep to Pride and Prejudice in the modern world and then somehow ends up switching places with Elizabeth Bennett , the book character and of course she ...more
Christy Carlyle
While house sitting for friends in the English countryside, Jonni Peterson touches a milestone, which turns out to be a portal across time. When she takes her next step, it is into a dusty country lane in the England of 1841 and into the path of a horse drawn carriage. The carriage’s owner, Lord Sebastian Tyler, begrudgingly decides to bring the injured young woman back to his estate and Jonni wakes later to find herself in a time and situation for which she is ill prepared. She seeks some way t ...more
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While housesitting for some friends, Jonni used the peace and quiet to make some hard decisions about her life. She had recently quit her job and broken up with the man she had been dating, and was determined to start her life over and stay strong when it came to the former boyfriend. Deciding to walk to the market, Jonni pushed the memories aside and headed out the door, looking forward to the walk and the hopes that it would clear her head.

Once the light at the corner changed, Jonni carefully
Jonni Peterson steps off a modern European curb and right into the mid-1800s. Under those circumstances, what's a girl to do but fall in love with the haughty, handsome, hunky lord of the manor?

Having read several of Clare Revell's novella's, I can say without hesitation that Time's Arrow is my absolute favorite so far. The storyline beautifully melds the past and present, and creates circumstances that, while certainly not within the normal scope of reality, feels not only possible, but plausib
Loree Peery
Time's Arrow is an inspired title for Sebastian and Jonni's story. I enjoyed everything about it.
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