Ladies Prefer Rogues: Four Novellas of Time-Travel Passion
Four of today's most cherished romance novelists prove that when it comes to love, there's no time like the present—no matter what century you're in.
In New York Times bestselling author Janet Chapman's "Man from the Moon," a young woman encounters a band of 23rd-century warriors on a mission to save mankind. But when one of them is wounded, she is his only hope for life—and for love…
In "Tomorrow is Another Day," New York Times bestselling author Sandra Hill plunges a woman back in time to post-Civil War Louisiana, where the poor southern belle must make a living as a matchmaker. Now, if she could only get her handsome neighbor to join in…
A 17th-century Scotsman avenges the death of his greatest love and becomes a notorious pirate for twenty years. When the past and present become entangled, he wonders if it could be his haunted heart adrift in "The Drowning Sea" by national bestselling author Veronica Wolff…
USA Today bestselling author Trish Jensen spins a fetching fable about a woman from the Wild West who lands in modern day Nevada. The gruff local sheriff can hardly believe her story, or that he’d never fall so hard for an older woman—older by "Sixteen Decades"…
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