Book Description

A companion book to Clockwise. 

Adeline doesn't feel she belongs in her own time, but can bad boys from the past be trusted? 

Adeline Savoy had hoped that the move west from Cambridge to Hollywood with her single dad would mean they’d finally bond like a real family, but all she got was a father too busy with his new female friends and his passion for acting to really see her. 

Instead she finds herself getting attached to Faye, the divorcee hair dresser she befriends when she travels back in time to 1955. Plus Faye has a hottie, James Dean-esque, bad-boy brother who has Adeline’s heart all aflutter. But bad boys from the past can be dangerous. 
Is it possible that Adeline really does belong in her own time and that maybe the right boy lives as close as next door?
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Book Review

We take a break from Casey Donovan's story to find out what's happening with the other time traveller she bumped into at the supermarket. Adeline is not so keen on moving away but her father wants to follow his dream of becoming an actor. Now she has to face a new school, making new friends and trying to survive in the Hollywood of the past!

While I was a little disappointed at not finding Casey in the book, it was interesting to see Adeline's story come together. Would it really be worthwhile to stay in the past? Specially with as enticing a boyfriend as James, or would it be easier to wait for Marco? I particularly loved the surprise that Faye arranges for Adeline in the future! How cool was that! Nice read.

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