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Dustin's Turn (Dustin Time #2)

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When Katie receives a call from Courtney with bad news, she immediately flies to Seattle to be with her. Dusty goes in search of Frank to see about righting this terrible wrong. Upon discovering Katie can’t go back but he can, Dusty eagerly confronts their past, but quickly finds out it’s not as easy as he thought. Getting Katie to fall for him all over again is a challeng ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published September 4th 2012 by Champagne Books
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April Plummer
I loved the first book Dustin Time and can't think of a good reason why I waited so long to read the second one. June is an excellent writer with a witty, fast-paced style that makes you turn the final page hoping for just one more chapter, even knowing that just one more will never be enough.

In the first book, we fell through time with Katie as she discovered her true love and heart's desire Dustin. This time, we get to take a ride though time inside Dustin's head as he tries to save his wife's
I originally read this book a few years ago when it was first published. When I saw that it was being rereleased, I just had to read the series over again. And you know what? I loved it! I think, I loved it more the second time around. If you've read the blurb above, you won't need me to tell you what the story is about. All you really need to know was how much I enjoyed it, and how much I want the author to write more. I love a good book, and this one really hits the spot.
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There are problems inherent with a time travel story. First and foremost you don’t want to tamper with history . . . you never know what is going to happen. Secondly, if the time jumps are not too far from the character’s current day, it can seem very confusing as to where they are (current or time-jump). Most time-travel I’ve read has their characters jump very far into the past or into the future to take care of most of these proble
The sequel to Dustin Time sees Dusty take his turn going through the time travel mill. His life becomes crazy as he jumps forward and backward in his own timeline with a quest to help save a close friend's life. He keeps meeting the love of his life, Katie, and has to keep trying to win her heart in various inventive ways. The identity of the mysterious Frank is finally revealed in a nice twist. Dustin's Turn is a fun and sexy read.
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Wife, Mother, Writer, Lunatic. Not necessarily in that order.

"There is a fine line between genius and crazy... I like to use that line as a jump rope!"

June, who prefers to go by Bug, was born in Philadelphia but moved to Maui, Hawaii when she was four. She met her “Prince Charming” on Kauai and is currently living “Happily Ever After” on a hobby farm in a small town in Minnesota.

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