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Publisher's Summary

When Jillian Chambord's twin sister is abducted from a luxury train traveling through the Alps, not even the threat of losing her coveted position at The Washington Daily can stop this hard-hitting reporter from hopping on the next flight to France. But soon after boarding a midnight train in the Alps with Samuel Kelly - the lead investigator and sexy former CIA agent whom Jillian once dated and has sworn off forever - she learns that this train has taken them back in time to 1937, to a night when another young woman was abducted from the same Orient Express train. Given a chance to save both women, neither Jillian or Samuel are prepared for what they discover on the train that night, for the sparks that fly between them...or for what they'll have to do to keep each other alive.

©2013 Juliette Sobanet (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Not interesting

Silly... Narrator could be blamed but inane plot. Will not read this author again ever.y

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Cool romantic story; Great Narration

Time travel was done in an interesting way, not like others I've read. Characters were well developed and families explained well so could follow. Narrator seamlessly went between French and English and was appropriate age sounding for the main character which enhanced the story. Recommend to listen and enjoy!

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  • adrienne
  • EAGLE RIVER, AK, United States
  • 11-30-13

Romance? Fantasy? Mystery?

Do read the publisher's summary.

I did listen to the whole book. However, if it had been longer, I might have abandoned it.

The story line is imaginative, but the development is unpolished. The author repeats basic information over and over. I found it annoying as if readers are forgetful or stupid. The jumps in time are awkward and many of the "suspense" scenes are incomplete.

Tanya Eby is an excellent narrator and her performance is probably what kept me listening.

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  • Trish R.
  • JACKSONVILLE, FL, United States
  • 07-05-18

Good read and wonderful narration..


Okay, a first person narrative of a time travel story. It’s hard to review because time travel is my very favorite type of book but I’m just not sure of the first person. TO ME, first person is the lazy way to write a book, faster but lazy. With the first person you don’t have to worry about anyone but the hero or heroine. What they think and feel. And I miss going from one place to another to see what others are doing and thinking in a story. I mean, it would have been nice to know what was happening with Samuel when he was in the other room fighting the bad guy, when he got shot what was happening. Yeah, there are all kinds of things wrong with first person.

However, I did like this, even though it really wasn’t a time travel per se. Yeah, Jillian and Samuel went back in time but on a train and into the Swiss Alps. It’s not like they went to town and ooed and aahed over anything. Train and Alps, that’s it. They went back to save a girl who’d been taken from the train in 1937, just like her twin sister, Isla, was in 2012. You saved Rosie in 1937 and you automatically saved Isla, and changed the immediate world them.

It was an interesting story and I did enjoy it BUT I just can’t read a first person time travel and enjoy it the way I’ve enjoyed sooo many other TT books in the past so I won’t be moving on to the next book in the series.

There was graphic sex in this but it was nowhere near erotic, a big plus as far as I’m concerned, and the F-bomb was used 3 times.

As to the narration: A love to listen to Tanya Eby. Her voices and emotions are simply wonderful. It’s just too bad the reading of this book was filled with I, I, I, I, I, I, I.

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Liked the story but some things could be improved

I wasn't a fan of the voice for Samuel Would have been better with a male. Need to work on French pronunciations also

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