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Storm's Review: A Fall in Time (Train Through Time Series Book 5) by Bess McBride

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Publisher: Bess McBride

Released: November 29, 2014

Genre: Time Travel, Romance

Length: 193 pages

Format: ebook , paperback

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Book Five of the bestselling Train Through Time series, a historical time travel romance series set in and around Seattle, Spokane, Wenatchee and Montana in the early 1900s. Sara Reed, a twenty-first century college student in Spokane, Washington, hears the train’s whistle every day as it passes by her apartment. Sometimes, she thinks the train is actually calling to her. One day, she heeds that call and books a ticket just to ride the train. With no particular destination in mind, she picks Grand Forks, North Dakota as a likely place to turn around and head back to Seattle. Matthew Webster, a turn-of-the-century wealthy financier, boards the train in Seattle for a business trip to Chicago the morning after his marriage proposal to his childhood friend, Emily Williams, is soundly rejected. Emily says she loves him like a brother, but never considered him as a husband. Sara doesn’t expect anything exciting to happen on her train ride. She’s just trying to assuage her obsession with the train. Matthew doesn’t expect anything exciting to happen on his train ride. He’s just trying to get through his business trip while nursing a broken heart. Neither one of them is prepared for how their lives will change when Sara awakens in Matthew’s compartment on a train in the fall of 1900.

Five Boundless Stars

A Fall In Time seemed to be full of a lot more action than the others in this series. Sara and Matthew meet on the train. She is in trouble and he takes it upon himself to care for her. They have many "adventures" before they finally realize they have fallen in love. I loved it! I loved every book in this series. Each one was so wonderful and written so very well. I have to say Bess McBride is a new favorite author of mine.

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