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P.S. I Love You

Twickenham Time Travel Romance, Book 1
By: Jo Noelle
Narrated by: Amy Putt
Length: 8 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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He's a duke in need of a wife. She was thrown back in time until the next full moon. Will his secret push her away?

Cora Rey wanted a fresh start in life, but being thrown back in time to 1850 isn’t how she expected to do that. She discovers that Victorian England isn't the pleasant social whirl Jane Austen led her to believe, but when in Rome - or in this case Twickenham.... She’s determined to have the vacation of a lifetime, especially in the company of a certain duke.

Simon Tuttle never expected to become the duke of Hertfordshire, never wanted it, but now he is, and eligible women seeking a title consider him the next trophy to be taken in the marriage mart. A union of convenience is the most he hopes for due to the shame-filled secret he bears - until he meets Cora. Now, he imagines that a love match could be possible after all. Hiding his secret from society has been easy - hiding it from Cora proves impossible. 

Can Cora love a man like him despite learning the truth?

This delightful romance is a little Regency, a little contemporary, and a lot Victorian.

Books. Romance. Clean and wholesome.
 

Other books in the Twickenham Time Travel Romance world are:

Against the Magic by Donna K. Weaver, telling Reece's story

Love's Past by Laura D. Bastian, telling Kaitlyn's story
 

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  4. Suffrage and Suitors
  5. Learning to Love
  6. Truly his Type
  7. Home for the Holiday (Coming in December)

Twickenham Time Travel:

  1. P.S. I Love You
  2. Mistletoe Mayhem (Coming in October)

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  3. All By My Selfie
  4. Years & an Ocean
  5. Amnesty
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Sweet and fun regency romance

What a fun twist in time travel. I love a good regency romance and Cora Rey was such a fun character. I loved her fun spunky personality. The narrator did such a fantastic job with the different characters. Well done!

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This should actually be 3 1/2 stars

I did like the story I just lied the other one I've listened to better. I also did not think the narrator as much.

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Lovely Time Travel Romance

Jo Noelle is a new author to me (this is only my second book by them), and I thoroughly enjoyed this time travel Victorian romance. Cora goes with her roommates, Reese and Kaitlyn, Kaitlyn's brother and his best friend on a trip to England. The highlight of which was a week-long stay at Twickenham Manor where they would live like Jane Austen. The week culminates in a ball, and Cora joins her friends to explore Twickenham Manor. They end up in "the secret level" of the Manor, where they see a portrait of themselves. What a better time for a selfie, but while trying to fit everyone in the picture lightning flashes and when Cora awakens she discovers she's in 1850 Victorian England! What's a girl to do when she finds out she can't go back home to the future) until the next full moon? If you're Cora Rey, you decide to make the most of it.

She meets Simon Tuttle, his friend Everett, Lucy Radnor, and May Cottrell and they become friends, participating in the many activities held at Twickenham Manor. Cora is taken with Simon's good looks, she thinks he looks exactly like John Smith in Disney's Pocahontas. Simon Tuttle, Duke of Hertfordshire, Earl of St. Albans is entranced by Cora Rey, the American. She's unlike any of the women he's been avoiding since his father and brothers' deaths and he reluctantly became the latest catch of the Season. But Simon has a secret and wonders how Cora will feel about him when she learns the truth.

I really got into this audiobook, and I liked that the chapters alternated between Cora and Simon. I loved that Cora called him Mr. Duke, and the letters going back and forth between them. I like Cora's sense of humor--when she asked about him being a little dukelet and what do you do when you aren't duke-ing about and have you been to London to visit the queen? Priceless. Cora knows she isn't staying in Victorian England so she views Simon as only a friend, but the more she finds out about him, the more she finds herself looking for him at events and wanting to spend more time with him.

I liked that Cora didn't change who she was to fit in with the ladies of that time period. She didn't flirt, giggle, or lead the men on, she spoke her mind and even taught Beth a new way to work out in the mornings. I really liked the shooting competition scene and especially liked the musicale scene when Cora played the harp--much to the amazement of Simon's mother and sisters.

Simon is taken with Cora because she's not like any of the other women he associates with in society. She doesn't care a whit about his title, land or money, and he finds he's no longer content with having a marriage of convenience. Now if only his horrible mother and self-serving sisters would get the message and stay out of his romantic life. I didn't care for his mother at all--he wasn't groomed to take over the running of their estate, and instead of lending him support I felt she treated him as if he wasn't very intelligent. His sisters didn't seem to care about him either although they all depended on him for financial support. How could his family think this woman would ever be a good match for him? They didn't. They only thought Lady Atkins was a good match for them without considering him at all. The saying "don't bite the hand that feeds you" applies perfectly to his sisters and mother. Thankfully, Simon isn't anything like the rest of his family--he's polite, giving, and thinks of others, especially those that don't fit in because they're different.

This is part of the Twickenham Time Travel Romance series, but can be read by itself.

I thought the narrator was great, especially with the British accents, although I thought Cora's accent sounded more Southern Belle than Texan.

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A sweet Time Travel Romance

Simon and Cora's sweet romance .
A ball with the Jane Austen theme , a cup of tea , a full moon , and some old fashion match making from the aunt.
Sweet romance , secrets , drama , and so much more .
The sweet romance story makes it easy for the listener to escape to Victorian England .
Five stars for the sweet romance
The narrator did an outstanding job .
This is a clean sweet romance and a great start to a new series .
Can't wait for audio book 2

She anchored his heart and sole . " Simon "





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Simon is Swoonworthy!

WHAT IT'S ABOUT
Cora Rey wanted a fresh start in life, but being thrown back in time to 1850 isn’t how she expected to do that. She discovers that Victorian England isn't the pleasant social whirl Jane Austen led her to believe, but when in Rome—or in this case Twickenham . . . She’s determined to have the vacation of a lifetime, especially in the company of a certain duke.

Simon Tuttle never expected to become the duke of Hertfordshire, never wanted it, but now he is, and eligible women seeking a title consider him the next trophy to be taken in the marriage mart. A union of convenience is the most he hopes for due to the shame-filled secret he bears—until he meets Cora. Now, he imagines that a love match could be possible after all. Hiding his secret from society has been easy—hiding it from Cora proves impossible. Can Cora love a man like him despite learning the truth?

MY TAKE
I love this world, and Cora and Simon are so great for each other. In a time where physical imperfections can cause you to be shunned, Simon is in a precarious situation. He and he friends who know what he's struggling with work hard to keep it a secret. Cora, with her family history and training, is the perfect woman to understand and see beyond it.

That narrator Amy Putt did a great job with the story. She brought an already fun story even more to life.