Despite her fear of the ocean Larissa Parish travels to
the Caribbean to scatter her grandfathers ashes in the spot
where his best friend's plane disappeared during the war.
As she carries out his grandfathers request a freak storm
blows up and Larissa is washed overboard. When she comes to
she discovers the man who rescued her is Jack Harrington,
none other than her grandfathers Air Force friend and the
island she's trapped on is in The Bermuda Triangle. How can
Larissa convince Jack and his crew that more than five
years have passed since his plane went down and how on
earth will they all get home?
THE COMING is a time-travel romance with an interesting
twist that I would love to see used in future books. The
1940s was a new time period for me and I really enjoyed
meeting the characters, so much so that I will be looking
out for similar books in the future. It was a little
disappointing that the pilots introduction to the modern
world was glossed over since, with Susanne Marie Knight's
talent for characterization, I'm sure it would have been
fun. Overall THE COMING was a highly entertaining read
offering a tantalizing glimpse into a very near past.
IMPOSSIBLE LOVE: After scattering her beloved grandfather's ashes in the Caribbean, Larissa Parish is swept overboard and washes up on a deserted island. She comes face to face with a man who, most impossibly, is her grandfather's cohort from World War II. Can she learn to fully give herself to this mouthwatering 40s hunk? And also figure a way to leave this outpost in the Bermuda Triangle?
DIFFERENT GENERATIONS: Army Air Force pilot, Jack Harrington, can't believe his good luck when he spots Larissa in the waters by his desert island. Stranded for what he believes is five years, he thinks her daft because she seems to have forgotten World War II. Can he come to terms with the news that he's a "1940s retread" and convince himself that Larissa could love him, no matter how "old" he is?