A special story marking a moment in history…lest we forget.
On the one hundredth anniversary of Armistice Day, Jesse Hall, United States Marine and unsung hero, finds herself among a group of time-traveling vampires. She has been directed there by a century-old letter from her great-grandfather, instructing her to introduce herself with the phrase: “I’m not wearing a red shirt.”
So begins a dash through time to save a man in the very last minutes of the Great War, which in turn will save eight million other lives…
This novelette is part of the Kiss Across Time paranormal time travel series:
1.0: Kiss Across Time
2.0: Kiss Across Swords
2.5: Time Kissed Moments*
3.0: Kiss Across Chains
3.5: Kiss Across Time Box One
4.0: Kiss Across Deserts
5.0: Kiss Across Kingdoms
5.1: Time And Tyra Again*
6.0: Kiss Across Seas
6.5: Kiss Across Time Box Two
7.0: Kiss Across Worlds
7.1: Time And Remembrance*
8.0: Kiss Across Tomorrow
8.1: More Time Kissed Moments*
9.0: Kiss Across Blades
10.0: Kiss Across Chaos
11.0: Kiss Across the Universe
11.1: Even More Time Kissed Moments*
12.0: Kiss Across Forever
The characters and events in this series are interconnected from book to book. Reading the books in order is strongly encouraged.
[*Short stories and novellas featuring the characters and situations in the Kiss Across Time series].
A Time Travel Vampire Romance Novelette
Praise for Time and Remembrance:
The detail makes you wonder if Ms. Cooper-Posey isn’t actually a time traveler.
A lovely little book in a great series.
Though this is a novella, Cooper-Posey still packs in a whale of a story.
You can't go wrong with Cooper-Posey - she is an amazing storyteller who develops her characters carefully and yet lovingly. Every story she tells is an engrossing one - and she makes you wish time-travel was indeed a real thing.
If you love time travel and haven’t read this series you should start today. Tracy makes you believe in time travel (and vampires) and brings the past to life like no other.
As always Tracy astounds me with how she makes the history in her story come to life.
My students often muse how much easier it would be to learn about history if they could just go back to that time period for a little while. Cooper-Posey does just that with this installment of this series. It's a beautifully written novella.
This book brought me to tears. The true measure of a well written story are the emotions an author is able to wring from a reader.
Loaded with familiar characters, a powerful plot pulls you into this story set at the end of World War I and just won't let you go. It's a short read made all the more moving for its brevity. I loved it.
Wow, just wow. I cried, I laughed and fell in love all over again with these characters.
This book made me cry when I read it - not something I normally do with this series. It was so heartfelt, I couldn't help it.