WEST by LIZZY FORD
If you could change history, would you?
Author: Lizzy Ford
Author Location: Tucson, AZ
Genre: Contemporary/Time travel Romance
Release Date: December 1, 2014
Word Count: 80,000 words
Format: Digital eBook, Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-62378-161-3; Kindle: 978-1-62378-163-7 ePUB: 978-1-62378-162-0
Synopsis: If you could change history, would you?
College graduate Josephine “Josie” Jackson answers ‘yes’ to the question on a survey while visiting an Old West tourist trap. The next morning, she wakes up in Indian Territory in the 1840s, where she’s given a mission to complete before she can return to her time: to reset history by finding and stopping the man responsible for a horrific massacre.
It seems easy enough, until she discovers that three other women have been sent back to the same time period. When Josie uncovers what happened to them, she realizes the chances of her getting out of the past alive are not good.
To survive, she’ll have to trust the very man she’s there to stop, someone who has every reason to distrust her and only one reason to help her – to prove he’s not the monster she claims he’ll become.
Lizzy Ford is the author of over thirty books written for young adult and adult romance readers, to include the internationally bestselling “Rhyn Trilogy,” “Witchling Series” and the “War of Gods” series. Lizzy has focused on keeping her readers happy by producing brilliant, gritty romances that remind people why true love is a trial worth enduring. Lizzy’s books can be found on every major ereader library, to include: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, Kobo, Sony and Smashwords. She lives in southern Arizona with her husband, three dogs and a cat.
Wow, awesome book. I’m dying to read the next one now.
Really original story, with plenty of action, mystery and mayhem. I read a few lackluster books this week, so this one was the highlight of my week.
Excellent, and highly recommended. It does end as a cliff hanger, which made me want the next installment more, but it also ended so quickly and abruptly, that I hope there is a bit more resolution in the next one.