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Publisher Description

When Dr. Wells, the head of the Place in Time Travel Agency, learns that someone's trying to track down the ancestors of his star employee, there are few people he can turn to without revealing her secrets. But who better to jump down the timeline and rescue Elise from being snuffed out of existence generations before she's born than the very person whose life she saved a hundred years in the future?

But Juliette Argent isn't an easy woman to protect. The assistant to a traveling magician, she's bold, fearless, and has a fascination with time travel, of all things. Can the former secret agent Chandler, with his knowledge of what's to come, keep her safe from harm and keep his purpose there a secret? Or will his presence there only entangle the timeline more?

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
July 10
World Weaver Press
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

timeappeal ,

Time pieces

Before writing about time travel authors should be aware of the context of the past to which they send their travelers. Wristwatches were not invented until after World War I.
Unless, of course her books are set in an alternate timeline.
A light comfortable read, but annoying in its inconsistent history.

rokinrev ,

Well worth the read

You'd think I'd be used to this time travel stuff by now; this strange, in-between experience where I can punch myself and know I'm alive, but no one else I've ever known is yet?"

I really loved this little book I was given by the author in hopes that I might write an honest ,unbiased review. We meet Chandler, who has a task to go and save the progenitor of a family in order to protect someone in his current time. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, Wendy Nikel alludes to every time travel mention from H.G. Wells to "Back to the Future" as she presents the ethical dilemmas that might occur when the possibility of the paradox of "I am my own Grandma" might actually happen.

A short novella that's worth the trip. Recommended 4.5/5

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