7 Time-Travel Romances to Pick up Whenever You're in the Mood for Some Magic ...

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Time travel romances are my favorite relaxing strategy;

a few moments I can spend not thinking, not planning, nor worrying about this or that.

He’s rich and ripped, she’s pretty, smart and capable, magic exists and two souls unite despite all time/space barriers.

Well, a girl can use a bit of magic from time to time and, contrary to many beliefs, there are some mighty nice moments to be had with a well-written time travel romance in your lap.

Give it a try if you haven’t already, starting with these following, in my humble opinion awesome, time travel romances:

1. Seducing Mr. Darcy by Gwyn Cready

Seducing Mr. Darcy by Gwyn Cready

Hilarious, sexy and oh-so-intense, this fast-paced story is one of those time travel romances you’ll enjoy even if you’re not a fan of this genre!

It’ll shed a brand new light on Jane Austen’s masterpiece making it clear that history as well as literature isn’t supposed to be tampered with, regardless of how much you’d love to see things play out differently.

Watch what happens when a modern woman succeeds to seduce the legendary hunk Mr.

Darcy, causing the Pride and Prejudice copies around the world to start changing n order to convey a very different story.

2. Beyond the Highland Mist by Karen Marie Moning

Beyond the Highland Mist by Karen Marie Moning

Being whisked away from a rather comfortable (if not ideal) modern life to teach some medieval hunk a lesson was not the job Adrienne de Simone had signed up for.

Well, tough luck, girl!

I love, love, love this slow-burning romance despite the fact that it’s not the most historically correct piece of literature to be found and I’m sure you’ll love it, too.

What’s there not to like, after all.

We’ve got a super handsome warrior, a stubborn heroine that refuses to fall hard for a pretty face, mythical creatures at play and pages and pages of romance, wickedness and angst to lose ourselves within.

When There is Hope by Jane Goodger
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