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Yesterday's Hopes, book two in O'Brien's newest series, A Slip in Time, continues with Dora trying to find her sister. As she becomes aware of the possibility of time travel, she begins to explore how she, too, can do the same in order to find Fran.

Dora suspects her sister is in the 1880s due to some clues she left behind, so she tries to imitate the way she believes Francine has traveled using their grandmother's precious quilts, which have been passed down through generations.

When Dora suddenly finds herself standing on the boardwalk at the train depot in Twin Lake, she is thrilled to discover that she has done it. Now she must find her sister, and bring her back home. The problem arises when Dora meets a handsome man with a crooked grin who has his eye set on her. He won't give up until he makes her his own. Once Dora begins to fall for him, she loses all focus of going back to the 21st century.

Now the two sisters must decided if they want to live in this pioneer setting with the men they love or return to a more comfortable lifestyle. The decision is agony but it must be made.

©2019 Jane Sipe (P)2021 Jane Sipe

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  • 16-06-2021

I am so addicted to this series.

Historical details are rich in this story. Jane O'Brien weaves in so many of the nuances of a bygone era. I can't wait to get to the next book in this series!

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