About the Book
Book: Rita: A Yorktown Christmas Time Travel Novella
Author: Izzy James
Genre: Christian Romance
Release date: July 19, 2022
Dr. Rita Woods thought she was going back in time to save the children. She didn’t count on falling in love.
Rita Woods—retired physician, widow, with a granddaughter about to be married—misses her patients. She’s tired of knitting. She wants to do something that makes a difference again. When Max Ballard and his time-traveling conservatory pop in to her life, the voice of Dr. Josiah Jones’ diary calls. The voice who’d inspired her vocation. The last line of the diary haunts her quiet moments:
“…the children succumbed in the night…”
In 1769 Dr. Josiah Jones has a good life. His practice is thriving and, except for the the guilt he carries over the death of his wife, life couldn’t be any better. His biggest worry is the zealous match-making activities of his best friend…that is until a hurricane throws an unexpected guest on his doorstep.
Can Josiah trust a woman from the twenty-first century to save the only grandchildren he’ll ever have?
Is it possible for two people living 250 years apart to have a second chance at love?
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About the Author
Izzy James grew up in the footprints of history in coastal Virginia. She lives there still with her fabulous husband in a house brimming with books.
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After I finished Garrett, who worked really hard to hide his contemporary origins when he slipped back to 1769, I thought it would be fun to have someone actually take some technology back to 1769. I also felt bad for Olivia’s grandmother who makes her first appearance in Max. She is a retired physician knitting away and helping out Olivia and Garrett as she can. I thought it was time she had an adventure of her own. And since I love historic areas, and Yorktown has become one of my favorite places, I knew I had to go back at least one more time.
I enjoyed reading this time travel novella set at Christmas time. Since this is the third on in the series I think I might go back and read the other two. The story does stand on its own but you are introduced to characters from the previous stories and it would be nice to get to know their stories. I liked how Rita was an older character and how her desire to go back in time was to help save some people that were sick. I liked the romance between Josiah and Rita and how they had to figure out if there was a way to be together. I liked how this story progressed and I thought that it was a fun idea.
I received a complimentary book from publishers, publicists, and or authors. A review was not required and all opinions and ideas expressed are my own.
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