Would Marco and I fall in love if we met today? We’re such different people from the boy and girl that got together so many years ago. We faced crap, grew up, learned, and yes, hardened along the way, but we did it together, loving each other and sanded some edge for the other. Does it mean the two adults we are now would fall for each other all over again, if we had to start from the beginning? Or what we are now is a byproduct of being togehter, so the people we’ve become are a mesh up of our own person + the other + our lives together, which mean we would be different if we hadn’t had all those years? Well, while all these question will remain, for me, only speculation, this book touches and answer them. Moving through time is such a great topic that when Brona, the Author, came by, I asked her about it.
The book is The Same Time by Brona Mills (Time Series, #2) , an Adult, Science Fiction, Time-Travel Novel.
A brave young mother, a time-traveling good Samaritan, and a love that must endure the tests of time…
Stella is fighting against her circumstances. Pregnant and caring for her own mother, twenty-one-year-old Stella is tough, and doing the best she can. But in her darkest hour, help arrives in the form of a handsome and mysterious man who knows more about her than seems reasonable.
A scientist, David has unlocked the keys to time travel and uses his knowledge to save Stella’s life, over and over. But will David turn out to be her salvation, or the beginning of her greatest heartbreak? While David strives to assist Stella on her path, he does so without realizing he may be risking his chances of returning safely to his own time in the process.
When Stella meets a younger David on her own timeline—long before his time traveling days have begun—they begin a love affair that will change both their lives. The question is, will their love be strong enough to change the devastating future they share, and how much will Stella tell her love about what she knows of their shared future and demise?
“…a great story of love transcending time against all odds” – Amazon Reviewer
This is the second book in the connected Time Series and can be read as a standalone.
Purchase: Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BD1WSSC
And here’s Brona! Hi, and thank you for being with us! What would she change from her past if she had a time machine? Or what/where would she go in the future? (IE, see her grandchildren, or if men will go to space again, or which rock star is going to be the next BIG thing, or anything like that).
Omg I want to answer both! Can I? Okay, I will! I wouldn’t change anything about my past. I don’t have any major regrets, well maybe sometimes saying stupid things at the wrong time and making a fool out of myself when I was younger, but there not really regrets – are they? But I’m lucky that I haven’t had any major traumas in my life, so I can go on content with things BUT I think I would love to change some things in other people’s lives. I’d love to be like Audrey in book one, who goes back and can influence her friends lives, who knows where they should go, and tries her hardest to keep them on the right path, but makes sure that they are where they need to be. I think that would be pretty cool – but also scary – like I could sneakily change things in some people’s lives that I think might make their lives better – but that’s kind of crappy too, cause they might like their lives the way it is – so it’s my interpretation of what I think they might want to change – god this is complicated!
And in the future – I would totally want to know about my families lives – to help them and keep them safe. If there was anything that I needed to do, to keep us all on the right path and keep everyone happy and healthy. Plus, how to get us rich! Get the lotto numbers please! I don’t think I would like to go too far into the future, ’cause they would be a little scary. It would be getting a glimpse of the world without anyone I know being there or seeing the benefits of it. I think if I seen my grandkids, or great grandkids I’d probably think they were crazy for the way they dressed and the music they listened too, and the technological advances they had – not really appreciating the way things used to be and how hard we all used to work – you know – probably how the older generation thinks of us right now!
This is a Tour, so you can find out more about the Author or the book by following it all. You can find the schedule here (http://xpressobooktours.com/2018/04/04/tour-sign-up-the-same-time-by-brona-mills/).
Brona Mills has defied the odds of overcoming dyslexia and failing High School English to become an author. Her first book, A Time for Everything, has been met with great reviews from both the romance readers and the sci-fi time travel lovers, that Brona kept the series going. Book two in the connected series, The Same Time is out 23rd April, and Brona’s not stopping there. She is currently working on two other projects, a novella in the connected Time Series, and a new stand alone time travel novel with a dystopian element.