Happy Wednesday Book Dragons!
Today is my stop on the Crossing in Time blog tour. I jumped at the chance to join the blog tour for this one as Crossing in Time had my name all over it. Unfortunately this one just wasn’t for me, I still wanted to support the author so I’ve decided to share some quotes from the book I liked. If you like romance, time travel, parallel universes and general sci-fi this might be a book for you. I usually review YA and MG so please be aware this is and adult book.
Content Warnings include:
- Sexual assault
- Animal injury and death
(There could be more that I’m unaware of as I wasn’t able to finish the book)
He taps his foot and then clears his throat. “Powerful people are waiting to make critical decisions based on your analysis, Dr. Hudson.”
Does this guy go home at night and practice being an arse?
“Well then bugger ‘em. If you expect me to figure out what the hell that is, then belt up and let me do my job.”
Minutes turn into hours, and lifetimes into moments. Universes are created and destroyed with nary a pop. What was saved, no longer exists. What was lost, no longer matters.
“Wait!” I set down the water dish, but he doesn’t come any closer. “Okay. Take your time. After all that’s happened, I don’t blame you one bit.” He sits down in a bit of sunshine. What do dogs really love? I rummage around in the hall closet until I find an old can of tennis balls and take one out. The shepherd lifts her head, watching me. “I’ll save one for you, girl.” She wags her tail for the first time. I slip through the front door and bounce the ball on the porch. Tolstoy barks, so I toss the ball into the forest. He bounds through the trees, retrieves it, and drops it on the first stair, his tail wagging.
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