In this “original and exciting romantic adventure,” a woman enters an alternate reality only to find love and danger in a dystopian England (The Bookbag).
When a paragliding stunt goes wrong, singer-turned-reality-show-star Eve Carpenter lands in the River Thames. And when she’s pulled to safety by moody military man Will Harker, Eve is far from reality. This is no longer the London she knows: It’s a war-torn third-world country where electricity is for the rich, the United Kingdom is under martial law, and nobody has heard of Shakespeare. Even worse, Eve is believed to be a spy.
Enemy infiltrator or not, Eve is the only one who can help Will on his mission to track down an elusive high-level secret weapon, because Eve is one of the privileged few who know what to make of it. It’s called a “computer.”
In a single splash, Eve has gone from spoiled celebutante to renegade freedom fighter. It might not be what she signed on for . . . but neither is falling in love with Will. All Eve has to figure out now is where in the world—or worlds—she really belongs.