Monday, December 28, 2020

Books of 2020

 I don't know how it happened, but Christmas is over and this week we'll be celebrating a new year. Looking back it was a year no one will ever forget. The year 2020 will forever be stuck in our minds and easily connect to events concerning our family, friends, and work.

I'm grateful to be healthy but I was also surprised when I noticed I had somehow managed to publish four books this year. I have done this once before, but one of them was a short novella. This time they were each full novels. I guess staying at home so much was good for my writing soul. So here are my four 2020 creations. Does that mean I can do it again? It doubt it, because it had a lot to do with the months of publication -- January, April, August, and December. The next book won't be out until spring, so I'm already at a disadvantage, but maybe I can bring you three more. We'll see. Stay tuned for a sneak peek of the new cover.

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Merry Christmas!

  Although Christmas will be different this year, I still plan on sticking with my traditions.  I spent the day baking yesterday and will bake again today.  There might not be the same amount of people around to eat it all, but some recipes just couldn't be left behind.  There's always a freezer, right?

So whatever your plans are, I'm wishing you a very Merry Christmas. I pray for your safety and health.  Thank you for being loyal fans,  Jane O'Brien

Thursday, December 17, 2020

The days are flying by now.  My gift shopping is under control.  I even have all of my packages wrapped.  I suppose that's one of the good things to come out of COVID 19-- more time at home to tend to details.  The packages I mailed are either on their way or have already arrived.  I'm feeling good, and I'm looking forward to a new year with perhaps less stress and anxiety. But I foresee even more time spent at home with a book.  Maybe you feel the same.  Don't forget to check out my book list.  Maybe there's something there you haven't read.  I even have two Christmas novellas, and I always promise a happy ending. So have a Merry Christmas. I wish you happiness and joy!  I'll be back before the New Year, I promise.

Jane O'Brien


Thursday, December 10, 2020

Reviews for Yesterday's Moon


I'm thrilled to announce that Yesterday's Moon has reached number one in New Releases on Amazon. This doesn't happen just because I submit a book.  It's all due to you -- my readers. You push it up the ranks with your purchases and also your reviews.  The review on Book 6 are few but all have given it a five star rating both on Amazon and on Goodreads.  Please help others to find my newest book by adding your review on Amazon.  Don't be afraid to write.  Only a few words or a small sentence is needed plus your rating. When you give me support, I am encouraged to write on. I thrive on it. I am already working on Book 7, which I hope to publish in the spring of 2021. Thank you for all of your kind words. Happy reading and stay safe.

Friday, December 4, 2020

It's release day!! And believe me it never gets old. 
 Book 7 of A Slip in Time is now available in both paperback and Kindle

Here's the link.  Take your pick. Happy reading.


Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Sweet Christmas Novellas

 Check out one of these Christmas novellas to put you in the mood for Christmas.  Great as gifts, too.  I often put paperbacks in a bag or basket along with hot chocolate, Earl Grey tea, vanilla candles, cinnamon pinecones and roasted almonds. Smells good and looks great!!!

Pinecones and Promises

A Kindred Christmas (follows the White Pine Trilogy but can be read as a standalone)

Find them at

Friday, November 27, 2020

Christmas Novellas

 And so it begins. I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving even if it was a little different than in the past. And now the Christmas season is upon us. Get yourself in the mood with some feel good stories, while I frantically work to get my next book, Yesterday's Moon, out to you. The proof copy is on the way, and then with one click of the approval button, it can be yours. Stay tuned for more updates next week.

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Yesterday's Moon

Hang on. I'm getting there, but it looks like I won't be meeting my projected November date. Hope you can wait until December. But Yesterday's Moon is coming, I promise!!!


Monday, October 26, 2020

The Unforgettables All Together

The Unforgettables

 With this Banner you can see my goal. All of the books together make a new statement.

You can find all five of these and all of my other books at

If you have read these books, I would appreciate a review if you have not already done so on Amazon or Goodreads or both. Thank you.

Sunday, October 25, 2020

New Cover #5

 And last but not least, this is the new cover for book #5, Emmy and Clay.  I'm sure you'll remember the sapphire bracelet.

New Cover #4

 We are up to Book #4 in The Unforgettables, Georgy and Jack. The color theme is still bright on this new cover, so hopefully it will gain more attention on Amazon where only a postage stamp view of the cover is displayed. What do you think of this one? Do you understand the symbol?

Georgy and Jack

Saturday, October 24, 2020

New Cover Book 3

Okay, this is the third book, Ivy and Fox, in the series The Unforgettables, And the new cover is -- Ta dah -- Old World and Gypsies, woods and mountains.

Friday, October 23, 2020

New Cover Book 2

 And now for the new cover for Book 2 of The Unforgettables, Maisy and Max.  Have you read it?  Then you'll know the significance of the masks.  Hint: It represents the Circus and vaudeville in the 1920s.

Maisy and Max

Thursday, October 22, 2020

New Cover

 Every now and then a book needs a boost.  In this case it's my series called The Unforgettables.  While getting great reviews, it does not grab enough attention and the only thing I could think of doing was to try a new cover.  So every day I will be announcing a new cover or two for all five books.  Here is the new cover for Ruby and Sal, Book One. If you've already read the book, you will understand the significance of the Ruby.  Let me know what you think. 

Click the link to buy Ruby and Sal here.

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Book Quotes

 Did you know that at the beginning of every one of my books there is a quote that I have carefully selected? If you are a Kindle reader, you may have missed this page because Kindle opens at Chapter One. I sometimes even include a picture on the title page that relates to my story. If you have a Kindle, the simple solution is to tap on the top, then "Go To", then tap "Cover." That way you'll get to read it all. I bring this up because I am planning on having either a Family Tree or a List of Characters (or both) in Yesterday's Moon, as the town is growing, it can be difficult to remember from book to book who is who.

I have listed the quotes below for each book. Which is your favorite and why?
Yesterday's Tears:
"There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of overwhelming grief, of deep contrition, and of unspeakable love."
Washington Irving
Yesterday's Hopes:
“Time is too slow for those who wait,
too swift for those who fear,
too long for those who grieve,
too short for those who rejoice;
but for those who love,
time is eternity.”
– Henry Van Dyke. 1852-1933
Yesterday's Dreams:
“Into my heart an air that kills
From yon far country blows:
What are those blue remembered hills,
What spires, what farms are those?
That is the land of lost content,
I see it shining plain,
The happy highways where I went
And cannot come again.
- Poem XL”
― A.E. Housman, A Shropshire Lad
Yesterday's Woes:
"A certain amount of opposition is a great help to a man. Kites rise against, not with, the wind."
Lewis Mumford 1895-1990
Yesterday's Blood:
"Time is the most undefinable yet paradoxical of things; the past is gone, the future is not come, and the present becomes the past even while we attempt to define it, and, like the flash of lightning, at once exists and expires."Charles Caleb Colton
Yesterday's Moon:
"Those are the same stars, and that is the same moon, that look down upon your brothers and sisters, and which they see as they look up to them, though they are ever so far away from us, and each other."
Sojourner Truth

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Cover Reveal

      I'm working diligently on Book 6 of A Slip in Time, but I'm still only half-way through. I hope to stay to my projected time of 'sometime' in November, but I'm in the process of moving and it may slow me down a bit. I can't wait to get in my new office for more inspiration! But for now it means lots of packing, and not as much time to write. So, just to peek your interest, I'm doing my cover reveal. It may change a bit before publication, but for the most part, this is it. What do you think?

Monday, September 7, 2020

While You Wait

   Yup, there's a nip in the air already.  A little early methinks! But time indoors means more time to read. Book 6 of A Slip in Time won't be ready for several months yet, so while you're waiting why don't you check out some of my other books.  You may have missed a few. 

   Here's the link to my author page where you will find only my books.  If you're trying  a new series, be sure to read them in order, or you'll miss out on all of the fun.

Jane O'Brien Author Page

Sunday, August 30, 2020

Yesterday's Blood Review

Yesterday's Blood has been receiving some very good reviews.  I am honored that so many of you, either on Amazon or Goodreads, find my books enjoyable. In case you missed it, I thought I would post  a review by Jena C, Henry.  Jena is an author of three fun novels, The Golden Age of Charli: Rsvp; The Golden Age of Charli: Bmi; and The Golden Age of Charli: Gps.  She writes about living in the Golden Years in a very relatable way that had me laughing all the way to the end. I highly recommend her books to boost your spirits and whisk all your troubles away.

Here's her review of my latest book.  Thank you, Jena, for your awesome insights.

Five Stars
I know readers can’t wait to read Yesterday’s Blood, the fifth book in the A Slip in Time series by Jane O’Brien. So, let’s get straight to my thoughts.

Yesterday’s Blood, in spite of the ominous title, is filled with charm and tranquility. Picture this. “Inside the house the sisters moved together in the kitchen just as they had many times over the years, in one century or the next.”
As you can tell, the 1881 life for the 2025 sisters Francine and Dora is now pleasant and normal.

Book 5 paints a lovely picture of the growing towns of Twin Lake and Holton in 1881. Life is no longer frontier living. The towns are bustling. Houses are being built and businesses are opening and thriving. Life is good for Francine and Dora. They each have a man who loves and adores them. They each have found a place in the community.

What about the newcomers? We become better acquainted with the new Doctor, and the other male visitor off the train. We spend more time with Ruth and her family, as well as her friend Mavis. Mavis endures some sadness and problems. But for the most part, contentment abounds. Babies are born, cakes are baked, herbs are collected, marriages are celebrated. The orphan train comes to town. All of these happenings are written in the author’s lovely way with words.

Now what you really want to know about is Daniel, right? Well, all I will tell you is that his story took a turn I wasn’t expecting. And by the end of the story, the blood in the title reveals itself, along with some worries about the future.

I highly recommend Book 5. If you haven’t read the series, you may want to read the earlier books, because this series has so much depth, you will want to take it all in. Thanks to the author for an advance review copy. This is my honest review.

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Book 5 Excerpt

    I've been known to neglect this blog, and I'm afraid this is one of those times.  I get so involved in the marketing of the new book and then the writing of the next one that I forget some of my duties. I am full on in writing mode for Book 6, and my head gets lost in the world I have created.
    In case you have not yet begun to read Yesterday's Blood, Book 5 of A Slip in Time, I thought I should remind you of how it begins. Here's an excerpt from the Prologue.

He pulled it out to look at the blade again, and when he did, he accidentally nicked his thumb on the hand holding the sheath.  A trickle of blood began to run down his fingers.  The moment he saw the drop of blood moving, he understood what the dark stain on the leather was.  It was blood.  Maybe from a battle or a fight, or maybe a nick from skinning a squirrel; whatever the reason, Daniel instantly understood what was coming next.  He grabbed his nearby cane for balance to try to stop it, but it was too late.  He heard himself yelling, “NOOO!”

Monday, August 3, 2020

New Release - Yesterday's Blood

It's finally here. Book 5, Yesterday's Blood has been released in both Kindle and Paperback. Continue the saga with the next book in A Slip in Time. Here's a little bit about what's to come:

Yesterday’s Blood, Book 5 of O’Brien’s series A Slip in Time, begins in the year 2025 where we last left Daniel Kent, the deputy sheriff.  Having come across some heirlooms in an old secretary drawer, he handles each one carefully wondering who they belonged to and how they were connected to him.  After looking into his genealogy, he discovers a name on a Civil War medal which not only is on his family tree, but is the same name as his own.  Puzzled, he picks up the Bowie knife next, but as he does so, he nicks his finger, causing a flow of blood to drip onto the leather case.  Once the droplet in his ‘present time’ touches the stain from the ‘past’, Daniel is thrown into a trip he had not expected to take.

Where will Daniel land?  Will he end up in a strange place and a different century than his own; will he be with Dora, his ex-wife, who has gone before him back to 1881? 

Dora was eager to return to the past and the love of her life, but what will she find when she arrives?  Is Wade available, and if so, does he still want her?

Francine and Luke are excitedly making plans to start their family.  The orphan train is once again coming their way.  If they are able to get any children, Fran wonders if she will be able to stay in the 19th century and continue her life as the mother she has always longed to be. Or will the Universe upset everything and send her back, leaving Luke alone as a single parent?

Best friends, Ruth and Mavis, still long for a man to fall in love with. They dream about a handsome stranger who will step off the steam driven train at the depot in town.  Will these young women each find a suitable match in the small town of Twin Lake, or is there an unknown person waiting on the horizon for each of them?

These are the many questions that will be answered in Book 5.  With new people arriving in town, bringing with them troubling dilemmas, life has never been more exciting in West Michigan.  Through joy and sorrows, weddings and babies, arguments and bloodshed, follow the characters you have grown to love in Yesterday’s Blood.

Thursday, July 16, 2020

Do You Have Kindle Unlimited?

I love Kindle Unlimited. 
 I not only feature all of my own books on it, but I also have a subscription myself, so I can read for free whenever I want.
What are your thoughts on Kindle Unlimited?

Find all of my books in one place here at

Monday, July 6, 2020

Christmas In July 2020

It's Christmas in July at Hallmark, so why not here at Jane O'Brine Books? Cool off with a sweet holiday romance or two.  These short novellas will leave you with a sweet, nostalgic feeling.  Isn't that what we're all looking for in these troubled times?  Oh, and please remember to leave a review.  
Ho Ho Ho!

Friday, July 3, 2020

Happy Fourth of July


  I know some of you are anxiously waiting for  book 5 of A Slip in Time.  We're getting closer every day to a publishing date, but it's still in the editing process. So I thought I might remind you of some of my other series, just in case you have a free moment to read over the Fourth of July weekend.  

     The 13th Lighthouse, book 1 of The Lighthouse Trilogy, covers most of the shoreline of Lake Michigan as the character travels, leading her to a shocking finish about who she is.   Book 3 of this trilogy focuses on a war veteran with PTS.  Be sure to start this trilogy with The 13th Lighthouse, which is on sale for only $.99 in Kindle. All three are always free on Kindle Unlimited. 

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Book 5 Cover Reveal

I'm so excited.  I have just finished the final words in Book 5 of A Slip in Time, called Yesterday's Blood.  What a relief, because I know you have all been anxiously waiting.  Now it begins the editing and proofreading process, which can be tedious, but I will be working very hard to get it done on my end so it can then move to my beta readers.

Don't get too excited yet.  I don't anticipate it being released until the end of July or first part of August, but that is a guess at this point.  Either way, I thought you would want to know that it won't be long now.  Thank you for sharing your anticipation for my new book with me.  I love hearing from you.  Oh, and don't forget those reviews.  They make all the difference on Amazon.   Jane O'Brien

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Yesterday's Woes Reviews

I'm thrilled with the reviews Yesterday's Woes has been getting so far.  Here are a few.

5 stars  Another Page Turner!
I have been given an advanced copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and sincere opinion.
I couldn’t put this book down nor turn the pages quickly enough. The downside is I read too quickly through this delightful novel! If you like romance, intrigue, historical fiction, realistic characters , plot twists, this is a book you will also enjoy. I would enjoy being friends with the people in this novel, although some of their actions or reactions really took me by surprise! Never a dull moment, that is certain.
A wonderfully written novel very likely to capture your heart and mind as it did mine! Although you could read it as a stand alone book, you will be missing out if you don’t begin with the first book in the series and grow with the characters and the town of Twin Lakes.

 5 stars  Captivating read
Spent the day reading this fourth in a series instead of crummy tv. Best one so far. The only bad part, it ended too soon! Great story line, characters refreshingly real, and plot well developed. Excellent read, but start at the beginning with book 1 for complete story. Loved this book!

5 stars  Once you start reading A Slip in Time you can not put them down!
 I have just finished reading Yesterday's Woes. It's just as good as all the others in the series. I couldn't put it down!! Now I am waiting for Book 5. Just when I think it couldn't get any better, Jane O'Brien puts a new spin on it! A must read if you enjoy back in time books like I do!

5 stars  Completely hooked on this series of books.
I have never written a review on any book and I have read about 40 books in the last month alone. I am obsessed with this series and the way Jane deals with each of her characters and I love the way She brings new characters into the storyline but keeps the original characters involved. A lot of writers that have series start out the second book with the original but drop them after maybe a chapter of two. Jane stays true to her characters and keep the throughout her series. She has completely hooked me and now I must read everything she has written.

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Yesterday's Woes Is Available!

A Slip in Time is on fire.  No one was more surprised than me to discover that Yesterday's Woes, Book 4, of A Slip in Time is available on both paperback and Kindle.  Amazon was far quicker than I believed they would be. As of this writing the two versions have not yet been linked in the book search; that will happen in a day or two.  In the meantime whatever your reading pleasure, the two links are:

Kindle ---

Paperback ---

UPDATE: Merged link:

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Book Four is Almost Here

There's been a slight change in the positioning of the words, but it's still the same cover for the next book in A Slip in Time, coming soon.  I am impatiently waiting for Amazon to deliver my proof copy, (it could be here on Saturday) which I will look over carefully and if everything is okay, I will give my approval. Then I hit the publish button and wait and wait and wait for it to go live.
Here's my favorite prayer:
God grant me patience, but please hurry!

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Yesterday's Woes Book Blurb

With my book moving through the hands of others for the editing/proofreading process, I'm getting a little antsy.  My routine is upset because there's nothing to write, so I wrote the Amazon description.  I'm offering it to you, if you care to see what is coming, but be assured there are no spilled secrets here, unless you have not caught up to book book 4.  If so, go no further!  Read at your own discretion.

Traveling through time and life has never been easy for the Clark sisters, but in this fourth book of the ‘A Slip in Time’ series, life is more problematic than ever.  Every character we have grown to know and love has a trouble or ‘woe’ of their own.  Every thought or idea of the way we expected life to turn out for them is turned upside down.
Luke and Fran have a new plan for their future, but there always seem to be obstacles in their way.  Can they fulfill their dream?
Dora and Daniel find themselves in a marriage that’s barely hanging on by a thread, until a tragedy binds them together, but for how long?
Ned London is not exempt from troubles of his own in 1881.  Will he lose everything, or will he be able to forge a life for himself?
Ruth can only stand by and watch as the love of her life, Ned, charts another course; and Mavis, her best friend, struggles to find a way out of being the ‘mother’ to her siblings.  Growing weary of the job that was thrust upon her at an early age, Mavis chooses a dangerous course with a stranger.  Will she regret her decision?
The Village of Twin Lake is growing.  New people are arriving every day.  Some will have a profound impact on the lives of the people we already know and love.  How will they affect the lives of the Clarks and the Graingers?  Only time will tell.

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

How to Get Free Books

I'm not sure about your area, but our libraries are closed along with the schools, restaurants, bars, and just about everything else. No one wants to go to a bookstore if it's open, because someone else may have touched the book before you. Don't get me started on my thoughts about how the media is driving this panic. I've stopped watching the news, anyway. If you're an avid reader you might have said "Oh well, I'll stay home and read." But what happens when you deplete your stash on the floor next to your bed? There's always Kindle, and if you don't have one, here's a simple solution.
I've mentioned this before but it bears repeating for my new followers. The Kindle app is free! Yes free!!! You can download it on your iPad, phone, or laptop. Then if you have an Amazon account, you can buy all you want without touching a thing. If you don't have an Amazon account, get one. It's free too.
If you sign up with Kindle Unlimited -- which is where you pay $9.99 a month and have unlimited access to free books -- you're all set. I believe they're still offering a one month free trial. And guess what? It just so happens that all of my books are listed with Kindle Unlimited, so all of my 16 books are free to KU users. You can't get any better than that. Now relax, and read, and let this world settle down. This madness will soon be over. Stay healthy.

Friday, March 13, 2020

Star Ratings

   I've had something on my mind lately. I thought it would be interesting to hear what my readers have to say about rating books on Amazon and Goodreads. Here's the question: When you rate a book, do you rate it based on the story content, the writing style of the author, or how you like or dislike the characters?
A few years ago when I was working as a librarian, I told a coworker how I disliked the main character in a book by Barbara Kingsolver, who is one of my favorite authors. The book is called The Poisonwood Bible. The character was a missionary who took his family to a dangerous place in Africa because he felt God wanted him to. Throughout the book I got more upset with the MC because I felt he was selfish to leave his children in such a dangerous place. So when she heard me recommend the book to someone as being a great read, she said "I thought you disliked the main character." "Yes, I did," I said. "But then why did you recommend the book?" I said because the author had brought out many emotions in me, and I recognized her skill. I felt like I knew him, and I ached for his family. Even though I did not like the character, did not mean I did not love the story.
   Most of my reviews on Amazon and Goodreads are very good, and I am completely honored and humbled, but recently when I got a very bad review because someone thought Dora was selfish, I was shocked. Some people have told me they are on Team Wade or Team Daniel. Some dislike Dora, but some find her troubled and sad. Frankly, I wanted you to see all sides of her. We all have many sides to our personalities, so I was glad readers were getting worked up over her.
If you dislike a character, but love the story, would you rate the book badly? Would you quite reading? Reviews are very important to keeping the book at the top of the list so others can find it. How have you handled reviews in the past?

Monday, March 9, 2020

Yesterday's Woes Cover Reveal

I have been debating with myself as far as when I should do a cover reveal for Yesterday's Woes, Book 4, in A Slip in Time. I don't anticipate releasing this book until May, but I am just so excited about the title and the cover that I could not hold back any longer. So it is! What do you think?

Sunday, February 9, 2020

Story Inspirations

Sometimes I'm asked where I get my ideas for a story. If you're a regular reader of mine, then you know I write about family and history, and that means genealogy. I've been doing genealogy for 37 years, not every day anymore, but several times a week I pop onto my online site and check things out.
My time travel series A Slip in Time, is set in Twin Lake/ Holton which is where many members of family settled before coming to Muskegon. I thought it would be fun to show you a picture of my great great grandfather, Aaron Kitchen, a civil war veteran and long time Holton resident. As a matter of fact when I was in Holton for a book signing last summer, some people still knew where his home was in town and were able to point it out. At some point he moved to Twin Lake, the next small village, because his son, my great grandfather, and then his son, my grandfather were born in Twin Lake. For years, every July, family reunions were held at the Twin Lake park on the shores of the lake. I sometimes long for those days when I was a little girl running freely all over the park, while my mother and aunts set up the tables loaded with food. This is where I met my second and third cousins and great aunts and uncles. It was truly an idyllic childhood, and now that I'm an adult, I realize how special it was.
So here are two pictures of my two times great grandfather, Aaron Kitchen, with his flag, and the other one is with his family somewhere at a campground, (notice the cast iron stove they took with them. No grills in those days.) I only wish I had a picture of his father who first settled here from Canada in 1845. Maybe some day one will turn up.

My great great grandfather, Aaron

                                                       Aaron,(no hat) and his family. His wife Frances Louisa (Lou) is across the table.

Sunday, February 2, 2020

Valentine's Day

It's the most romantic day of the year.  And what better books to read than my series called A Slip in Time.  Each one of the first three books is full of romance and passion, with a little suspense. So I have a suggestion.  Buy them for yourself and your spouse.  I have a large male following, and they all seem to love them. Spend a little time reading out loud to each other, just like the 'old' days.  Believe me, these stories will get you both in the mood for romance! Warning: they are addictive and the next book is still being written, so you'll be left waiting for the rest of the story for a few months. But I'm working hard just for you.  Happy Valentine's Day

Yesterday's Tears
Yesterday's Hopes
Yesterday's Dreams

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Yesterday's Dreams is #1 & a Great Review

     Yesterday's Dreams was just released on Tuesday, and by Thursday morning it was #1 in New Releases in Time Travel Romance and #3 in New Releases in Historical Romance, a new category for me. At this moment all three of my "A Slip in Time" books are in the top 50 in the Time Travel Romance category.  The title of Book #3 is called Yesterday's Dreams but this is today's dream for me.  I can't believe how well these books have been received. One of the reasons is my followers.  You have been so supportive and willing to share my Facebook posts to help others know about my books.
     Jena Henry at recently did a wonderful article about me including a very insightful review of my newest release. Check it out here and learn all you need to know about the A Slip in Time series.

Yesterday's Dreams

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Yesterday's Dreams Kindle Edition

Yes!  The Kindle version is available now!  As it has not yet linked with the paperback, here is the link for Kindle only in the US.  Soon you will be able to find them on the same page together.
Yesterday's Dreams, Book 3 of A Slip in Time

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Yesterday's Dreams Release Day

Yesterday's Dreams, book 3 of A Slip in Time, has been released!  So far it is only the paperback that is available.  I'll let you know the minute that the Kindle is ready.  Thank you for being patient.  I'm sure you'll think it was worth the wait.

A little blurb to entice you:

Yesterday's Dreams, Book Three in O'Brien's series called A Slip in Time, continues with our favorite characters, Francine, Luke, Dora, and Wade. The two sisters each love a Grainger brother, but one love has been fulfilled, while the other love is torn apart by two different centuries.
   Fran and Luke begin to make a wonderful life for themselves while living in her family's cottage. Many ups and downs keep this couple close to our hearts, as they struggle with decisions that will affect their future, with fear of being discovered, and with illness that threatens the loss of life.

   Dora has returned to her own century with a broken heart. She leaves the love of her life behind to sort out his problems with his family.  Knowing she can never go back again, she tries to forge a new life while still keeping in touch with her sister in the 1880s through messages left in the trunk. As time passes we see Dora struggle to forget Wade, but illusive dreams continue to visit her in the night, tempting her to return to a crooked smile and loving arms.