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.