Leah Marks has no idea what is missing from her quiet, uneventful life until a simple change in her daily routine alters her existence. From the moment she meets antique dealer, Reagan Montgomery, Leah's world is turned upside down. A unique gift given to her by Reagan leads them on a journey that defies logic and the laws of time.
The Gift of Time is a story of love, devotion and a bond that has carried two women from one life to the next.
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Welcome to our group Dakota; welcome to my life Summer, you've made it so much better. Give back to our wounded warriors who gave so much.
If you love lesbian romance, time travel, and a reader that sounds as if she's reading her first audiobook this is the selection for you. Throw in some requisite political correctness this early novel by an excellent writer is decidedly mediocre; a pale facsimile of some of the books that followed this one. Both of the lead characters are humble, conscientious, and want only the best for each other. The time travel aspect isn't the only, or even the most contrived aspect of this book. As I mentioned earlier the narrator for this audio further depresses an already poor work of fiction; she has to have one of the more grating monotones that I've had to listen to. I have a big problem recommending this book even though she wrote one of my all-time favorites (Just Jorie) I'm so glad her writing improved.
A story of love through time. It totally captures your imagination and takes you along on the roller-coaster ride. Giving thrills and chills to reach the end. Aswering an age old question. Does love really conquer all.
"Nerve wracking, intriguing and Lacey"
I love Robin Alexander but this is not her best story yet it's still a great listen. The narrator changes the voices just enough but doesn't hinder the story. I have all of this authors books and a happily waiting for the audible versions to come out.
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