Falling in love with an Earl in 1815 was the easy part. The hard part? Leaving him behind.
Evaline Johansen, daughter of mega billionaire tycoon feels isolated and alone until she stumbles upon a portrait gallery and sees herself hanging on the wall. The trouble is, she’s never been there before and doesn’t know the artist.
Lord Oliver Hereford doesn’t know what to do with this new, outspoken, energetic woman who has taken the ton by surprise. She may be London’s new sweetheart, but will he succumb to his initial attraction?
When his confirmed bachelorhood is challenged by the one woman who can, Lord Hereford doesn’t know he’s headed for a much greater choice than whether or not to love.
Read this delightful time travel romance for a journey back into the Regency time period through a modern woman’s eyes.
Check out the other Twickenham Time Travel series to linger in this world. Twickenham Full-Moon Ball Time Travel Romance by Donna K. Weaver Twickenham Manor Time Travel Romance by Jo Noelle Twickenham Time Travel Regency Romance by Laura Beers Twickenham Regency Romance by Jen Geigle Johnson Twickenham Time Travel by Johanna Evelyn Twickenham True Love Time Travel Romance by Laura D. Bastian
I truly appreciate this novel! I think it would be fun to time travel. I wish that we could do it in the real world because I know where I'd go!! The Edwardian era to meet the Titanic and her sisters!! How cool that would be!!
The people of that era fascinate me.
But honestly, I can't imagine myself dressed in their fine clothing. I'd certainly feel out of place. I'd be more inclined to travel 3rd class but not on Titanic. Olympic would be fine with me.
I think I'd love to meet some of the people especially Captain Smith.
I loved the characters in this book especially Eva. She's just so delightful!! I even snickered at her trying her " opinions" on Oliver! I could just imagine the thoughts running through his head lol!! And his expressions!! How scandalous!!
Eva sort of reminds me of Rose on the movie Titanic. Very opinionated. But eventually Lady Eva learns.
But really Eva is a lot like me voicing my opinion and later regretting it. She's special.
Oliver is just as interesting! I love that he doesn't try to force Eva to behave properly like the ladies of the Regency period are supposed to.
I can also see Oliver's expressions too. Especially when he gazed at Lady Eva.
How wonderful it would be to have a love like that?!
I got this weird feeling that I too was going back and forth in time. I even got dizzy once!!
I wonder what would happen if we really can travel back in time to any place we want? Would we remain the same, desinagrate, or be our younger selves?
This topic certainly left me thinking about things like what it's.
I love stories that leave you thinking about them after your done reading them!
I received a complimentary copy of this book. NO compensations were received and all opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jen Geigle Johnson once greeted an ancient turtle under the water by grabbing her fin. Other vital things to know: the sound a water-ski makes on glassy water and how to fall down steep moguls with grace. No mountain is too steep for her to climb, yet. During a study break date in college, she sat on top of a jeep's roll bars up in the mountains and fell in love. She discovered her passion for England while kayaking on the Thames near London as a young teenager.
Now an award-winning author and mother of six, she loves to share bits of history that might otherwise be forgotten. Whether in Regency England, the French Revolution, or Colonial America, her romance novels are much like life is supposed to be: full of adventure. She is a member of the RWA, the SCBWI, and LDStorymakers. She is also the chair of the Lonestar.Ink writing conference.