Three novellas about contemporary women going back in time to find love and passion, all three stories connected by a single situation. Light, quick reading.
This romance anthology has three time-travel stories. Over all I gave the book 3 Stars.
I enjoyed Julie Kenner's story "Those were the Days". As she is visiting an traveling exhibit in a California mansion, Sylvia finds herself traveling back in time to the roaring 20's and into the arms of Tucker Greene. But will he keep her safe from the strangler who has targeted women in Beverly Hills? (3 Stars)
Nancy Warren story is "Pistols at Dawn". Natalie and Andrew are in Paris celebrating their engagement. But something isn't right in their relationship. Natalie finds herself traveling back to 1857 New Orleans where she is auctioned off as a sex slave. She is shocked to see that Andrew is the highest bidder. (2 Stars)
The best of the collection was "Time After Time" by Jo Leigh. History student Betty Kroger is transported to WWII New York City where she feels right at home. She feels even better when she meets Sailor John Stevens at the local canteen. But she knows the war will be over soon, and so will her romance with John. (4 Stars)
This was a great anthology about three women who end up traveling back in time to save their love lives. They each travel to different eras compliments of a traveling "Sex Through the Ages" museum exhibit. Read it in one afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed it.
3 short stories
pistols at dawn-nancy warren-a couple think about separating due to workstress but fall in love again when they're brought 200 years in the past with her being auctioned as a mistress and he as one of the buyers
those were the days-julie kenner-she's brought to the 1920's and meets a hollywood writer and they can't keep their hands off each other even while a murderer is roaming hollywood
time after time-jo leigh-she's brought to the 1940's during World War II as a well-loved singer and falls for a sailor who's moping over his life but finds fulfillment with her