Forever, Lately by Lenore Rose Burkard

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Forever, Lately, by Linore Rose Burkard, is a Regency Time Travel romance novel.This is a fun book to read to just take you away for a while. Away to England in 1816 and back to present day Maine, all in one sitting.

After her grandmother disappeared, Claire decided to go to her grandmother’s cottage to try to revive her writing career. When she put a shawl over her shoulders she s taken back to England in 1816. She met St. John, the main character in her book. Using the shawl, she was able to travel between England and Maine.

St. John, a reformed man, is being pursued by Clarissa. She will do anything to get him. When Claire is made aware of possible danger to him, she does everything she can to help keep him safe.

I have never read any other books by this author and was not expecting the story to develop the way it did. Once I got into the book, I found it very hard to put down. I enjoyed reading how the two struggled with being in different times, with the way they dressed and talked. I would not really consider this a Christian story, since there is very little Christian influence in the story other than St. John being reformed and Claire finding her grandmother’s prayer shawl.

I received a copy of this book from the author and publisher through Book Crash blogging program. This is my honest review.

305 pages

ISBN: 9781733311106

Publisher: Lilliput Press

You can learn more about the authro at: http://www.linoreburkard.com/

This book can be purchased at: https://www.amazon.com/Forever-Lately-Regency-Travel-Romance/dp/1733311106

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