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UNSOLVED: One specific book > Adult Time Travel. Woman time travels, is injured, and uses sign language to communicate.

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Rene Murphy-Johnson | 1 comments A woman time travels and is injured and uses sign language to communicate


message 2: by Lobstergirl, au gratin (new)

Lobstergirl | 39590 comments Mod
It is mandatory to include genre and plot details in your topic header, as per the Group Rules.

We will close threads that don't adhere to this requirement.


message 3: by Kris (last edited Sep 01, 2020 12:44PM) (new)

Kris | 35348 comments Mod
Rene, I added some plot details to the topic header/title, so your book might be recognized from that description alone. Many members only read the headers.

You can update it by clicking the small "edit" link after the topic header. This only works on the full Desktop website - not the Mobile website or app. (On the Mobile website, there's a "Desktop version" link at the bottom of the page.)

- Around what year did you read this book? A range of years is fine.
- Is there romance?
- What is the woman's job? How does she travel in time? To what time period and location?
- Can you describe her injury?


message 5: by Kris (last edited May 16, 2021 12:07PM) (new)

Kris | 35348 comments Mod
Following up on Marisa's suggestion of The Rake and The Recluse: A Tale of Two Brothers by Jenn LeBlanc, some Goodreads reviewers say:

"...love story between a 21st century girl and her 19th century Duke. ... she teaches him sign language..."

"One minute Francine was in a taxi on her way to an important presentation staring down at a photo, then the next she falls in front of startled horses and before an even more startled Duke. Roxleigh, also known as Gideon holds her close and brings her to his estate, and has a doctor tend to her injuries. ... her throat injury flares up causing her to have no voice. Thank God she knows sign language to communicate."


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