1969. Love was free, man walked on the moon, and Sherry and Lorena found the loves of their lives. Sherry shared a kiss that dreams were made of, with a stranger on the tube in London, and ran away. Lorena found the love of her life in Los Angeles and married him.
2014. Sherry’s a successful businesswoman with two grown sons. Lorena’s an actress on a popular sitcom. Sherry’s husband dumped her for a younger woman eighteen years ago. Lorena’s husband died of cancer. Sherry wants a second chance at love. Lorena can’t imagine loving anyone but Dave.
When Lorena finds The Castle, which specializes in Virtual Reality adventures to any point in time, they both jump at the chance to play. But when the door opens to 1969’s London, it’s apparent they’ve walked into more than just a game.
©2014 Susan B. James (P)2014 Susan B. James
Time and Forever is about the magic of time paired with love and the wish that most readers will relate to, if only they could relive a portion of their life what might change.
Two friends in their sixties decide to play a VR game.
One chooses to return to a time of a chance not taken.
The other a chance at loving her husband again.
Susan B. James provides many details to keep you grounded in the past and present.
Her descriptions of love and loving will warm your heart and have you cherishing your partner.
I enjoyed listening to this story while I ran errands, waited for a long train to pass, and while driving on the highway. A lovely way to listen, contemplate and enjoy the moments I was present in.
Not your ordinary romance, the author takes us on a twisting, turning, unpredictable ride from present-day back to 1969, first to London and then to Los Angeles. Two forever friends, Sherry and Lorena, begin celebrating Sherry's 63rd birthday with a trip to "The Castle," a virtual reality experience neither has ever tried. Sherry wants to go back to the place where she met Jeremy, a man on the tube who she was sure was her soulmate--the one who got away. Lorena has a significant destination too--back to the place where her late husband and she first met.
When the girls step through the portal to discover that not only their surroundings are genuine 1969 London, but their bodies have regressed to 20 years old as well, the fun begins. The author has done an amazing job of researching her history, and the intricacy of the plot kept me guessing right up until the last pages how all the complicated threads would be tied together.
A truly enjoyable page-turner.
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