New Release & Review- Across Time by Elizabeth O’Roark

Title: Across Time
Series: Across Time #1
Author: Elizabeth O’Roark
Genre: Time Travel Romance
Release Date: December 12, 2019

Blurb

In a dangerous
time before her own…a dangerous attraction.

Amelie Besson is on the cusp of attaining the life she’s dreamed of—until she
finds herself stuck in pre-war France, fifty years before her time. The country
is about to be under German rule, but her most immediate problem is Henri
Durand, the arrogant and infuriatingly handsome vineyard owner upon whom her
survival depends.

The fiercely protective Henri challenges everything Amelie holds
true—particularly her hatred of the gift that brought her there in the first
place. As the bond between them grows, Amelie will begin to wonder if the life
she’s returning to is actually the one she wants, and if her connection to
Henri might be strong enough to surmount any obstacle…even time itself.

Jessica’s Review
4 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Stars

I love time travel romance. They are so fun and this one was awesome. I loved the characters, the traits that the heroine Amelia (this is what she was called most of the book) has that allows her to travel. It was unique but easy to follow. Henri was great. He had that broody feel to him but deep down he was a great guy. I’m really excited to see where the author takes the next book. It’s going to be a long 4 month wait. While the cliffhanger was hard, it wasn’t the worst it could be and for that I’m happy and will happily wait. 4 stars #2OCCJD

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Author Bio
Elizabeth
O’Roark lives in Washington DC with her three children—Jack, Lily and
Patrick—and attempts to write when not driving a child to sports or answering
questions about the next meal and the whereabouts of batteries/phone
chargers/Halloween candy. A former medical writer, she has bachelor’s degrees
in journalism and psychology from the University of Texas, and a master’s in
counseling psychology from the University of Notre Dame. She really hasn’t used
any of her degrees, and wishes she’d invested all that tuition in Apple stock
instead.
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