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4 * Review: Justice for all Time Kit Cole

Justice for all Time: a time travel romance

Justice for all Time is an interesting time travel romance and historical western full of suspense. The author weaves the historical and mystery plot elements seamlessly with the time travel theme and maintains the story’s impetus.

Cassie is a FBI special agent who wakes up in a cave and can’t remember how she got there. She manages to escape but finds herself in 1853 Frontier America a witness to a battle scene reminiscent of classic westerns. Rational minded Cassie believes she has stumbled onto a film set. When people die she realises it isn’t make-believe but her new reality. You experience Cassie’s thoughts and emotions as she copes with her incarceration over 150 years in the past.

Brendan the sheriff is a nineteenth century man who becomes Cassie’s nemesis from their first meeting. An unwilling romance develops between Brendan and Cassie full of humour and denial until the sensual tension between the couple, forces them together and leads the story into a different dimension. The sweet romance lightens the darker elements of the story.

This character driven romance is an easy read and the perfect escape for an afternoon.

‘I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.’

Justice for all Time: a time travel romance by Kit Cole

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Justice for all Time: a time travel romance
Kit Cole

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Writing Journey Update

the dangerous gift

The Dangerous Gift dominated my time and energy this week. After entering  the first chapter in the So You Think You Can Write Competition. I was pleased with the comments I received from fellow writers.  Most importantly it pushed me to prepare The Dangerous Gift for submission.

It was no surprise I didn’t make the final 50 but I was  glued to the #sytycw2013 hashtag as the results were announced to share in the excitement of those who were picked. 🙂

Congratulations to  the 50 finalists it’s a great achievement. 🙂

What next for The Dangerous Gift?

I aim to have it polished and ready for submission by the beginning of November.

During November I am participating in National Novel Writing Month ( NaNoWriMo).  I can’t wait to start on a new book. 🙂

Leave a comment if you are taking part too.