Nathan Carpenter has lost the woman he loves - on a train...to another time. He has lost everything, even himself as he cannot find a way to return to his own time - to 1906. Amanda Cartwright can't remember the stranger who accosts her on a train one fateful night, though he says they were engaged to be married over 100 years ago. Time and the fate seem to conspire to keep Nathan and Amanda apart. Is their love strong enough to find each other in time?
Mattie Crockwell spends her evenings with the man of her dreams, Lord Ashton of Sinclair House. That he is a character in her historical Georgian romance novel is her little secret. She's read the same out-of-print book every night for months, anticipating the moment when she settles in for sleep and dreams of the passionate embrace of Lord Ashton. But sleep eludes her one night, and she can't find her way to her dreams and Lord Ashton. A full moon compels her to wish...for a real live man like Lord Ashton.
"Romance In Time"
Annie St. John and her sister, Marie, decide that the three-day train ride from Chicago to Seattle to catch their Alaskan cruise was a bit too much, and they swear that next time, they'll fly. But “a bit too much” doesn't begin to describe what they find when they wake up from a short doze on their sleek modern train. Over a hundred years before, Rory O'Rourke heads back to Seattle from a photo shoot in Montana on the Oriental Limited.
College teacher Ellie Standish awakens from a night's doze to find herself on a bizarre historical train full of late Victorian era re-enactors who refuse to come out of character. When the leader of the group-handsome, green-eyed Robert Chamberlain-finally convinces her the date is indeed 1901, a skeptical Ellie rejects any eccentric theories of time travel and presumes she is smack dab in the middle of a very interesting historical dream. She turns the directorial reins of her dream over to smitten and willing Robert, only to realize that dreams cannot last forever.
"Nice Romantic Take On Time Travel"
Stephen Sadler reluctantly attends the Seattle wedding of Robert Chamberlain to Ellie Standish, the woman who had captured his interest. There he says goodbye to the woman he thought he had fallen for. Only a few weeks later while traveling on a train, Stephen is confronted by the vision of a strange wild-haired woman in a pair of snug-fitting trousers called "jeans" who claims she doesn't know where she is or how she came to be on his train - until she sees the date on the newspaper, that is.
"All aboard! Next Stop In Fun Time Travel Story!"
Lord Reginald Hamilton pines for a love of his own. The woman he fancied himself in love with has married another, and Reggie finds himself restless, at loose ends, and wondering where he will find his destiny. America? It seems as if everyone he knows has emigrated to America. Phoebe Warner lives in New York City and works as a copy editor for Sinclair Publishing. A lover of the Georgian-era romance novels of I.C. Moon, she wishes for a Georgian man of her own.
"A very good entertaining Series"
Aggie has done what no mental health therapist should do. She's fallen in love with her mysterious client, Bill. In her new house she finds an old photograph of a Victorian era couple and a love letter written in 1885. The letter speaks of another love that can never be - that of Louise, the daughter of a wealthy English family, and her Irish lover, William. Heartbroken, Aggie soon begins to dream of the forbidden love between Louise and William, but in her dreams, William's face mirrors that of her beloved, Bill.
"the end was worth it"