There’s Always Tomorrow by Laura D. Bastian

March 14, 2019 | 1 Comment
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There’s Always Tomorrow by Laura D. BastianThere's Always Tomorrow by Laura D. Bastian
Author: Laura D. Bastian
Series: Twickenham Time Travel True Love Romance #2
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 140
Date: March 14, 2019
Publisher: Lange House Press

Melanie wishes there were real gentlemen still in the world. Her dating life is a joke so when she hears about a week-long Regency immersion experience at Twickenham Manor in England she happily books a trip. After an almost perfect week, and wishing she could prolong her stay, Melanie is surprised to find herself transported back in time to Victorian England in the year 1851.

Sir Jack Hughes has had enough of the flirtatious young ladies and their meddling mothers. When he meets Melanie, another one of Aunt Nellie’s visitors from the Americas, he’s happy to make her acquaintance, yet cautious. He can’t lose his heart again to another visiting American.

As the two spend time together, they agree to pretend to go along with Aunt Nellie’s matchmaking schemes in order to avoid the other eligible guests at the manor. But when they come to enjoy each other’s company more than they expected, how can they ever find common ground if they aren’t even from the same century?

Rating: Mild. Mild kissing.


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About Laura D. Bastian

Laura D. Bastian

Laura D. Bastian lives in a small town in northern Utah. She has always loved stargazing and imagining life outside her own little world. A graduate of Utah State University with a degree in Elementary and Special Education, Laura uses that training as she raises her children and writes make believe worlds. You can usually find her on her laptop typing away, or on social media interacting with friends.

One response to “There’s Always Tomorrow by Laura D. Bastian

  1. Maria

    Cute clean time travel romance. I liked the characters and the story was cute. The premise for this whole series is fun. I love the idea that time is a fuzzball.

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