Elizabeth O’Roark’s latest TIME TRAVEL ROMANCE IS LIVE, she’s this week’s newsletter sponsor and I’m thrilled to discover that this is a spinoff of her HUGELY popular “Parallel Duet” <— also time travel and so many in our book-crew went CRAZY for it!!.
Cheryl: Ok, I just finished the Parallel Duet. WOW. JUST. WOW. I have not gotten anything else done that I had planned. Such an interesting premise. I’m just trying to take it all in now. I have some but how was that possible questions… hoping the author will have a book set in the future in this on-going series.
Tessa: I read Parallel duet as well. I really enjoyed it, but that end. Wow. Just wow. I really want a 20 year in the future book now. 🙂
R. Renee: Across Time is coming in December and is part of the Parallel world. I don’t want to say which characters because that alone is spoilery, but you can check out the blurb. I think it’s supposed to answer a few more questions.
Modern heroine from our era ends up in pre-war France & he finds her hiding in his barn… this is Henri and Amelie’s story (cross-over characters from her Parallel Duet) which is already at the top of my TBR ’cause I’m dying to feel it like my fellow readers did). 😀
“In Across Time, it’s 1938 and a young French farmer has found a woman hiding in his barn…the exact kind of woman he’s protecting his sister from…”
About book #1:
In a dangerous time before her own…a dangerous attraction.
Amelie Besson is on the cusp of attaining the life she’s dreamed of—until she finds herself stuck in pre-war France, fifty years before her time. The country is about to be under German rule, but her most immediate problem is Henri Durand, the arrogant and infuriatingly handsome vineyard owner upon whom her survival depends.
The fiercely protective Henri challenges everything Amelie holds true—particularly her hatred of the gift that brought her there in the first place. As the bond between them grows, Amelie will begin to wonder if the life she’s returning to is actually the one she wants, and if her connection to Henri might be strong enough to surmount any obstacle…even time itself.