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Time Transit by Kay Austin
January 11, 2008 - Amy Phelps
It's science fiction with a heart.
A sequel to Kay Austin's Time Rogues, Time Transit follows the story of the Rogues, a group of people in the 22nd-century who keep temporal rifts at bay by fixing things in the past. The Rogues don't have time for love, and take pains to bury those feelings and memories. But Maude can't get Gil out of her head, the man she left behind in 2008, during her last mission. And Gil can't forget Maude, though the Rogues certainly tried to make him using mindwipes.
When things go south because of Gil's memories, Maude must take him into the future to fix it or risk causing a rift in the timelines. But once in 2152, the couple see no reason not to get involved. They both know that Gil cannot stay - he has important part to play in his own time - and Maude is needed by the Rogues. But when you're used to time travel, you're used to making time last, or at least work for you. The two figure out a way to delay Gil's trip back home, but there are certain events you cannot delay - like death. Maude's fate seems fixed, but Gil and her friends are determined to see if they can prevent it, with or without authority.
A unique blend of science fiction plot and a romantic core of love and sacrifice, Time Transit is the best of both worlds.
Time Transit is published by Dorchester Publishing and is part of its Shomi brand of action romance. It is $6.99 and 338 pages long.
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