May 10 – Review: Forward in Time with Jelly Beans


Fiction, Short Time-Travel Romance, Sweet, (101 pages)


Blurb: In 1932, Henrietta Hinchcliffe graduates from medical school and jumps on the opportunity to reopen a clinic with Dr. Iain Carter. After realizing her dream, Henrietta should feel fulfilled, but she longs for more–the kind of soul-deep love her brother and parents found. Fate intervenes when a magic box of jelly beans whisks her away to the future. Soon after arriving, she discovers her unborn nephew will die in 1932 if she can’t find a way to save him. To complicate matters, the answers she seeks may lie with a handsome doctor named Joshua Bingham.

Thoughts: This is the second in this series (See: Back in Time With Jelly Beans) and a perfect follow-up to that story. In this one, Henrietta is the main focus of the story as she jumps forward in time and meets doctor Joshua Bingham. Heart’s thump, but can these two from two different times find their way to their happily ever after?

What I liked: I enjoyed the family home still being in the family (and her clothes in the closet!) I loved the little girl letting things slip about the family secret (time travel). I loved the descriptions that put me in both times easily.

What I didn’t like: Nothing. I thought it was a cute story with a HEA ending that satisfies. And a great follow-up to the previous story (which you really need to read first in order to understand what’s going on in this one).

Recommendation: Definitely pick up – along with the first one. They’re both short, quick reads that will leave you smiling.

Disclaimer:  I received a final and/or advanced reader copy of this book with the hope that I will leave my unbiased opinion. I was not required to leave a review, positive or otherwise, and my opinions are just that… My Opinions. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”

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