"Unique Time Travel"
Jane Ellingson's life is in shambles- she's lost her job,
her best friend isn't speaking to her and her fiancé has no
wish to marry. When Jane finds a stone at Starbucks with
a 'let's make a wish' note attached to it, she figures what
can she lose. She wishes for a chance to start over where
no one knows anything about her past.
She's whisked back to the Victorian era and cast as a
heroine in a romance novel—She's literally one of the
characters. She can't believe this is happening. If she
and the other characters don't find a way to help the
author finish her story they may find themselves scrapped
or worse thrown in the fire.
But shouldn't the heroine fall in love with the hero? If
so, then why does Jane's heart flutter when Curran Dempsey,
the villain walks into the room?
The story is unique, capturing the true dilemma of an
author who is trying to create a memorable story. As an
author I know sometimes my characters take me down a road I
never expected to go, but I sit back and enjoy the ride.
Ms. Calvert's story will have you chuckling (author or not)
and hoping Curran and Jane will find a way to be together.
I won't say more. You'll have to read the book to find out
Reviewed by: Karen
Michelle Nutt, author
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted March 27, 2008