• A Wagon Train Weekend

  • A Time Travel Romance (The Back Inn Time Series, Book 1)
  • By: Stephenia H. McGee
  • Narrated by: Bryn Austin
  • Length: 5 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (33 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It was just one night at an old seaside B&B. Until they woke up in 1857.

Collette Donaldson never should have taken her boyfriend to her cousin’s wedding. Or introduced him to her parents. After a disastrous weekend, all she wants is to get back home and sort out the mess that had once been her relationship. A heartbreaking fight, a flat tire, and an inconvenient storm leave her and Seth no other option than to stay the night at a quaint bed-and-breakfast. But when Collette finds an antique photograph of herself, circumstances quickly shift from weird to unimaginable.

Seth Stone was ready to propose. Now, he isn’t sure he even has a relationship. Circumstances are bad enough when he has to spend the night in a creepy old Victorian inn, but they get far worse when he wakes up on a wagon train in 1857. As Seth tries to figure out how to get them home to the present, he realizes that the only way to survive this strange past is by facing their own.

The Back Inn Time series features stand-alone Christian time travel books. Join new characters in each book at a seaside Victorian bed-and-breakfast as they embark on an adventurous romance. Don't miss the other titles from best-selling Christian historical novels by author Stephenia H. McGee.

©2020 Stephenia H. McGee (P)2021 Stephenia H. McGee

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Loved the story AND the audio!

Narration Review:

It is SO important to have the right narrator for an audiobook, and Stephenia H McGee has a gold star in Brynn Austin. I don't tend to "follow" many narrators, but knowing that Austin was going to be doing this series after enjoying her performance in others by this author, I was quite excited to say the least. She does a wonderful job of matching her voice to the energy and mood of the stories, and is able to craft different voices for the characters so they are easier to distinguish as she reads. 

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Oh my goodness, LOVE!. Although time travel reads aren't my typical genre of choice, once I see Stephenia H McGee's name on the cover, I instantly know I must get my hands on it. There is something about her writing that sets her apart from other authors who write in this particular genre. If you take a look at her other reads, she tends to write more historical fiction, but even those that touch contemporary timelines have a tangible, deep-rooted appreciation and respect of history. In order for a story like this to be strong enough for me to enjoy it, the setting has to be as strong as the characters themselves, and McGee does an impeccable job of this. She doesn't just throw the characters back in time, but immerses them in the world of the time, they appear. Her wealth of research is evident, and often revealed in humorous if not unfortunate events. I adored this story, and yes, there were several moments of audible laughter throughout. HIGHLY recommend!

*I received an Audible code for this narration from By the Vine Press. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.

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Wonderful imagination. Love it!

This is an absolute must read. The storyline is captivating and well written and the narrator is also remarkable. You will love it. It's fascinating how imaginative the author is. Makes you completely feel like you DID step back in time.

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Loved the storyline. I can't wait to read another book from this author. Great read.

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Skip this one.

The only thing worse than the awful dialogue is the narration of that dialogue. The characters are shallow and are not likable.. and the narrator constantly sounds like a 6th grader making fun of someone’s speech.

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great romance book in a clean way

This book was easy to listen to. it was an interesting story and it was worth the purchase, I look forward to reading the next one in the series. I thought it was a good and romantic book with relatable characters. It wasn't a "steamy" romance, but it was a true romance as the characters develop through their trials, their romance and relationship grows, which I appreciated because that is true of a real relationship.
I feel like there are take aways in this book, that could be applied in real relationships too.

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  • Christine
  • 06-14-21

Complete Rubbish

About as corny as you get don’t bother it is awful save your money please