The Good, the Bad, and the Morally Ambiguous
Bonnie Borle finally has the missing piece for her history dissertation in her hot little hands. What she must do for it is chilling-go back to 1881 to fix a hitch in Billy the Kid's timeline.
Sneaking her 2016 purse through the portal is easy. Resisting the temptation to tweak a few events surrounding the Kid's famous jailbreak is impossible. So is resisting Billy's dancing eyes and devil-may-care charm.
Though Billy's spooked by Bonnie's seeming ability to read his mind, he falls a little more in love every time she cuts loose with her blue-streak vocabulary. But it's what's in that fancy mochila of hers that fascinates him the most. Things that light up, play music-and foretell a future that doesn't end as pretty as his Jules Verne novels.
As they run from the posse, Bonnie loses the battle to keep her hands off Billy. But at all costs she has to keep her hands off his future. Because Billy's got a grim date with destiny. And erasing it could erase Bonnie-permanently.