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TIME TRAVEL:  Toronto in the year 2027 is a world in which Time Travel exists, albeit with a few rules, and is run by the Temporal Agency. First Nations Wilda Firestone is a retired field agent for the agency, who has turned her talents into crafting accurate recreations of the wardrobe required for travel to the past.

Freeing Eden
G.S.
Kenney

SCI-FI:  Zara spends half her life alone aboard her trader ship. When she made planetfall, she just wanted someone to talk to, and a clone at an autobrothel sounded the way to go. The clone she got turned out to be a fully human trueclone. Intrigued, she decided to buy him.

Ready for Whatever
Kathryn R.
Biel

WOMEN'S FICTION/ROMANTIC COMEDY:  After the untimely deaths of her mother and grandmother, Millie knew the odds were against her. Now in her late twenties, Millie has tested positive for the BRCA gene. While the marvel of modern medical advances will give her a new lease on life, Millie’s recovery from a double mastectomy and hysterectomy is brutal.

Genex of Halcyon
Joshua
Stelling

SCI-FI: CNF  InD'tale magazine was unable to review this book, as it contains sexual scenes that are not within our guidelines.

TIME TRAVEL/HISTORICAL:  Ethan has been chosen as the new guardian of the Arwen Pendant. He accidently discovers that he is a time traveler like his parents before him. Rowena, a descendant of Daman and a soldier in the Celtic army, is haunted by deeds she was forced to perform. Ethan and Rowena’s love is threatened by more than time and reality.

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