Hide in Time

Hide in Time A time travel romance part mystery part historical part romance Laura finds herself washed ashore from a shipwreck early in the st century she d stormed off from her betrothed in so she s som

  • Title: Hide in Time
  • Author: Anna Faversham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A time travel romance part mystery, part historical, part romance Laura finds herself washed ashore from a shipwreck early in the 21st century she d stormed off from her betrothed in 1814 so she s somewhat confused as to how this could happen She likes her new life but she realizes she has made a terrible mistake.Meanwhile, Xandra even hates her name as well as all thA time travel romance part mystery, part historical, part romance Laura finds herself washed ashore from a shipwreck early in the 21st century she d stormed off from her betrothed in 1814 so she s somewhat confused as to how this could happen She likes her new life but she realizes she has made a terrible mistake.Meanwhile, Xandra even hates her name as well as all the other bothersome things of modern day life and Laura happens to notice this Could she Yep, she could, and she does Back goes Xandra to 1814 only to be met with suspicious travelling companions, a highwayman and a delicious man who is still mourning the death of the girl he loved.How do these two cope with their puzzling new lives And how does Laura manage not to upset the course of history despite her meddling And oh boy can she meddle If you like a little bit of mystery, a touch of humour and something of the thriller, then please grab a copy and visit another time, another place.

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    1. A steamy cup of tea, lemon pound cake and Anna Faversham's Hide in Time is all you need for a cold winter's evening. Laura Yager is not what she seems. Owner of a match-making service, she unites lost souls. She finds a kindred spirit in Xandra Radcliff. Neither of them quite fit in their lives and Laura's story is peeled back with tantalizing slowness revealing she is adjusting to life 200 years after the time she was born into. Xandra is the target of criminals and feels uncomfortable in the t [...]

    2. what a delightful story. first there was Jane who came from 1814 to the present; then we have Xandra leaving the present and hiding, with a loss of memory, in 1814. The parson asks her how her soul is and she tells it's asleep - he says for her to take care of it, for it will last longer than anything else she will ever have. Oh, this is such a pleasure to read, right up to the thrilling end, through tense moments and laughter

    3. After misjudging the man she loves, Laura Yager, a girl who lives in England in 1814, decides to leave to America but her ship sinks and she finds herself in England in 2009. Thanks to the help of a handsome psychologist fascinated by her tales, she accepts her new life and opens an agency to help people find their soul mate. One day, she meets Xandra, a young girl who reminds Laura of herself, she feels somehow they are linked. That is why, after a robbery and fearing that Xandra’s life is in [...]

    4. This was a very unusual time-travel story and intrigued me right to the last page. I liked Laura very much and her desire to put right the things she had done wrong in her time was selfless and endearing. She only wanted the people she loved to be happy. I liked the fact there were two heroines and two heroes all with their own problems to solve. And the author tied up all the loose ends nicely making it a well rounded and satisfying story. I believe there's also a great deal of leeway for a seq [...]

    5. This was an interesting story that I was dragged into from reading the sample. In fact I was on holidays with over 80 books loaded onto my kindle to choose from, but once I started reading this, I knew I had to get it to finish it.Part time travel, part historical romance, part mystery, this was a very enjoyable read. The back and forth between time periods gave the story a different edge to a normal romance. I think this is a very solid start for a new author.

    6. I found this book enjoyable and quite gripping. I wanted to know what happened next - always a good sign.

    7. A well told storySurprisingly a well told story with so many details hopping from 1800s to modern time. It was really easy to follow and not get lost. I truly loved it and much love, of course.

    8. The first thing I would like to say is that I love the cover.I think this book deserves 4 solid stars. Those who have seen my other reviews know that I use stars sparingly, and that I don’t give out stars for friendship or for how well I like the author. I give stars based solely on the book itself.Personally, I love time-travel; I would be overjoyed if it were not something available only in fiction stories. I like how the author has a parallel story taking place in 2010. The author has contr [...]

    9. Loved this. Not normally my genre but was soon drawn in to the tale of Laura, a castaway from the early 1800s, who discovers a slit in time and travels to the modern era. It's a time-travel romance featuring two friends and the men they are attracted to.Ms Faversham writes well, with a pace that keeps you turning the pages as Laura's new life unfolds. When a friend, Xandra, takes on a gang of robbers and one of them comes after her, Laura decides to hide her in 1815, shortly before the battle of [...]

    10. Laura has a regret and it isn't easy to fix. Xandra needs a safe place to hide. Two problems: one solution. Misjudging the man she loves, Laura leaves for America in 1814, but is shipwrecked in the English channel and washed ashore in 2009. Too late, she learns the truth about him.This book was too slow, the characters were a bit boring and I could not connect with any of them. The back and forth between time was a bit confusing.The writing was okay, but there was nothing that jumped out at me. [...]

    11. What a beautifully written book. I instantly fell in love with the characters and cared about what happened to them. I loved the history, the little gems of information which sent me off to research further and the concept of the story. I found it believable even though it’s a work of imagination and fiction. Hide in Time is a must read for all those looking for a well written book in which to lose oneself. Highly recommended.

    12. Time travel is a hard thing to figure out with all the differences and choices that can change history. This author wrote such an intriguing story with great characters and really draws her readers into it. I loved it. Great read!

    13. very well written and engaging story. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves regency novels.

    14. I like the idea of time travel but have yet to find a story that really carries me away, so to speak. This book didn't, either.I read through the first several chapters, but it moved so slowly I started skimming faster and faster till the book ended. I read enough of the end to see that I didn't really miss anything.

    15. I think the story line in this book had great potential. I liked the characters I just didn't grasp the relationships. I felt like some pages were left out. The character 'couples' went from first spark of interest to suddenly having developed deep feeling for the other and I felt like I was left out of that development. I like to 'fall in love' with the hero/heroine right along with the character. It just seemed like Adam went from being kind to Alexandra to being over Laura and in love with Al [...]

    16. Not badIt's rather predictable but frankly that's what I was in the mood for. She has a pretty good grasp of character, though a tad shallow, they're filled out enough to hold interest.

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