Time and Forever

Susan B.

TIME TRAVEL:  1969. Love was free, man walked on the moon, and Sherry and Lorena found the loves of their lives.  Sherry shared a kiss that dreams were made of, with a stranger on the tube in London. Lorena found the love of her life in Los Angeles behind a soda fountain counter.  What they wouldn’t give to return to that time and have a chance to do things differently!


When they hear of The Castle—where they can enjoy Virtual Reality adventures to any time they want—the friends jump at the chance. But when the door opens to 1969’s London, it’s apparent they’ve walked into more than just a game.


“Time and Forever” is imaginative and fresh with a love story reminiscent of the film “Somewhere In Time.” Loaded with historical images, “Time and Forever” allows us to travel through time and easily experience 1969’s London and Los Angeles through the eyes of Sherry and Lorena; fully developed characters who make the reader feel they’ve been dear friends with them for ages. Both love stories are charming and heart-warming and—though time-travel isn’t a new concept—James’ version is unique and compelling. 


The plot provides several well-I-didn’t-see-that-coming moments and keeps things flowing at a perfect pace. Book your ticket to 1969 with “Time and Forever” and if anyone ever finds The Castle, please let this reviewer know!


Sofia St. Angeles