30th century escape stars time traveler Jennifer and her soon to be love Marty. Although it is a love story, it does not heat up until late chapters. The author does a good job making the characters fun and dialog rich and original. The story starts out in a futuristic world, but quickly moves to modern times. The story was fun, but very slow. The author frequently tells the story instead of showing it and focuses too much on slow points to the story. In short, there is too much fluff. Having Jennifer develop into a bi-sexual character with multiple lovers was an interesting twist.
Overall it was an interesting read but read very slowly and was hard to keep with it. The author had several redundancies with words and phrases, adding the fluff of the novel and the blog like formatting was not the best. Included images were a nice addition as you don’t see that much in fiction.
We at NeoLeaf Press give this book our Bronze Recommendation and rate it 3 out of 5 stars.
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