Book Five, the final book in the series is now available!
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IIn this fifth and final book in The Time Mistress Series, Cassandra must travel to Hollywood, circa 1942, to investigate why criminal and fugitive Nick Stockard mysteriously showed up in a newspaper photo of the era, when she’d thought he’d already died. The only explanation is that he cheated death and time-traveled there, but how and why? Dr. Elton Carver, inventor of the time machine, goes with Cassandra to help her in her hunt for Nick. While in 1942, Cassandra and Elton rub elbows with stars like Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis, and Lena Horne, but they also have to deal with the complications of Elton being African American in a segregated and racist Los Angeles—and with the feelings they begin to have for one another.
Dr. Cassandra Reilly and her time travel adventures began when I needed a distraction at the end of the day to help me to fall asleep. Soon enough that distraction became the obsession that occasionally keeps me up late into the night. Life is good.
Delightful! Surprising! "Written in a refreshing first person voice, we see and feel the love Bingley’s groom, Christopher, carries for Mary Bennet, entwined with the growing romance between Darcy and Elizabeth. This is a warm story, brimming over with love."
Worth Reading "Of all the dozens of P&P variations I've read this one has just about the most interesting POV."
Avid Reader "Class and station were so important in England. The ideas still remain entrenched in present day society. Education, then and now, allowed those humbly born to rise above their stations in life."
A neglected Bennett sibling well-developed and interesting "Mary is a neglected Bennett sibling in Austen's original and certainly fruitfully developed here. I also like the character of the groom, equally well-developed and interesting."
Mary Triumphant "An excellent book. The prose is crisp and authentic, free from modern slang. It shed light on the neglected Bennet sister, Mary. As a plain sister, who wore eyeglasses, lived to read and had three popular sisters, I felt a bond with Mary. It is good to see her emerge from the shadows and claim the reader's attention."
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