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The love of Trenton Quinn's life disappeared suddenly. He tried to move on with his life but couldn't forget about her. When evidence arises suggesting she fell through a time hole he decides to figure out how to follow her to the past and bring her home. 

Genevieve Byrne fell off a cliff landing in Regency England and total chaos ensued. Immediately upon her arrival she was kidnapped and held hostage by French spies. Only a miracle would see her through it and she prayed that somehow the love of her life would rescue her.

But he never came and she had to find a way to save herself. After careful research Trenton finds away to travel through time, but will he be too late to save the woman he loves?

©2017 Dawn Brower (P)2017 Dawn Brower

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Book 7

Although this is book 7 I was able to get the story of the audiobook.

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Worth the wait

One of my favorites of the series. I’ve been waiting for Trenton to get his own story. Separated from my Love did not disappoint. I didn’t initially like a Genevieve very much. So it did take me a little bit to warm up to her. But she won me over and could see why she acted the way she did. Loved meeting new characters and catching up with the oldest ones. But especially love love loved Alice finally getting to see someone from her past! Great story as all the linked through time books are

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Not as good as the last book in the series

I liked the last audiobook in this series. It's the same narrator and so I thought I would try it out.

The story wasn't very fun. There was too much time spent on dysfunctional relationships that were not particularly interesting or romantic. It's more of a modern romance even though they do end up in Regency England for a few chapters.

I think if you like this series you should definitely have a listen as the characters are from earlier on.

I like the author, I like some of the books in this series (I haven't read/listened to them all), I like the narrator but for some reason...it just wasn't great...

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This one didn't call to me as much

I've only listened to books 5 and 6 (including 7, obviously) in this series. While I enjoyed 5 and 6, book 7 didn't really call to me or hold my attention as the other two. There weren't any issues that I noticed, yet it seemed to take me a lot longer to get through the story. It's probably just me, but I felt the sex scene at the end of the story wasn't really needed. Obviously, the two main characters are in love and want to finally "get together." Ending the story with the two main characters having sex, I don't know, maybe the scene was just too graphic because I don't feel like it fit with the rest of the story.

Given that I listened to this story instead of reading it, I also felt that there was a lot more narration as opposed to dialogue between the characters. Therefore, it was somewhat hard to tell when the narrator stopped narrating and the characters began speaking to each other.

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Entertaining series

I've been intrigued by Trenton and Genevieve's story since book one and I've skipped ahead a couple of titles in order to get to the conclusion. However, in doing so I also missed a little bit of Genevieve's adventures. It didn't lessen my enjoyment of this book but I will definitely finish reading the back-list and look forward to reading Serenity's story when it is published in February 2018.
This was a quick, entertaining read which can be read as a standalone but I'd recommend the series as a whole as it doesn't disappoint.

I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy.