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Friday, February 26, 2021

Veronica Reviews - A POCKET IN TIME by Lexi Post


A Pocket in Time 

(Time Weavers Inc. #2)


Lexi Post



Historical/Time Travel Romance

"Love is the only reason to be alive.  To die with never knowing what it’s like to love and be loved is the cruelest sentence.”

Welcome to Time Weavers, Inc. (TWI), where the agents have the power to travel in time to fix ripples caused by the Disruptors.

Katz Almira grew up on the streets and is now using her street smarts to be one of the best agents TWI employs…one of the best agents to bend the rules just a wee bit to make sure the job gets done.  Her newest mission is to travel back to Regency London and intercept a note that was placed in the wrong hands causing a disruption to the timeline in the future.  Posing as a fellow pickpocket, Katz befriends a group of lost boys to get in good with their benefactor Lord John Byron.  But the one thing Katz didn’t plan on was falling in love with her mark.  With the future of the world at stake, Katz must decide if creating a pocket in time is worth saving her love…

LOVED IT!  LOVED IT! LOVED IT!  Oh, did I mention I LOVED IT!  Regency romances are a fav, and add the time travel “Quantum Leap” scenario, and this chick is one happy reader!  Katz is as strong a heroine you could ask for that falls for a hero that manages to melt the ice she’s built around her heart.  Impossible to put down and one of my fav reads of the year! 

While this is the second in the Time Weavers, Inc. series, the author has written it to be stand alone.  Loved and highly recommend!!


Here’s a cheat sheet of the Rules for Time Weavers, Inc., (TWI) Agents:

Rule One:  Don’t change history; only change it back.
Rule Two:  Never travel back to a period and place already visited.
Rule Three:  Travel no more than once a day.
Rule Four:  Do not hint at anything in the future.
Rule Five:  Do not make friends.

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**I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own. **





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