TITLE: The Time Traveler’s Boyfriend
AUTHOR: Annabelle Costa
RELEASE DATE: February 5th, 2014
Author’s Website: http://annabellecosta.blogspot.com
U.S. Price: Paperback $12.99, eBook $4.99
BUY LINKS: Amazon Kindle and Paperback, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon Canada, Amazon Japan, Amazon Brazil, Amazon France, Amazon Spain, Amazon Italy, Amazon India, Amazon Mexico, Amazon Australia
Barnes & Noble Paperback, Barnes & Noble Nook, Smashwords [Coming Later]
Claudia’s geeky boyfriend Adam has just invented a time machine.
No, really—he has. She doesn’t believe it either until Adam provides her with definitive proof that he does, in fact, have a functioning time travel device sitting in the living room of his Manhattan brownstone.
But instead of getting ready to accept the Nobel Prize, Adam has very different plans for his groundbreaking invention. He wants Claudia to use the machine to travel back in time and stop the accident that landed him in a wheelchair over a decade ago, and prevent the trajectory of events that he believes ruined his life.
When Claudia reluctantly agrees to become the first human time traveler, she knows she’s making a big gamble. If she succeeds, she could have the happy ending with commitment-phobic Adam that she’s always dreamed of. But if she fails, it could mean the end of the universe as she knows it.
“Costa’s wild imagination and keen writing style will keep readers on their toes as they breeze through this book which is quite an emotional roller-coaster ride and guaranteed to produce giggles and possibly a tear.” –Jaime A. Geraldi, The Romantic Times
4 and a half stars from The Romantic Times
“The Time Traveler’s Boyfriend is a sweet and utterly charming tale about the lengths that people will go to in order to help the ones they love.” –ReadingReality.net Review
“This was a book I picked up and read straight through and wished it weren’t ending.” –A Chick Who Reads Review
“Claudia tries to correct a bitter past and with ample determination, which I admired, and a lot of heart…I enjoyed how everything came full circle and the author didn’t dive too deep into the paradoxes that can often come with time travel. This book was a fun trip into a “what if” universe rather than a scientific theory or having too much butterfly effect. I’d recommend this to women looking for an easy, enjoyable read.” –The Reader’s Hollow Review
“Overall, this was a really cute story. You really grow to love both Adam and Claudia and really pull for them to end up together after everything that happens when Claudia revisits the past. I would definitely recommend this!” –LuxuryReading.com Review
“When I picked up this book, I didn’t expect much from it. Oh, I expected to like it. I wouldn’t have agreed to review it had I not. But I didn’t expect to like it nearly as much as I did! What I expected was a light romance, but the time-travel had me a bit worried. I’d tried to make it through The Time Traveler’s Wife a few years ago and just couldn’t, so I though I had something against time travel…What I got was so much more!” –Time 2 Read Review
“You guys, I loved this story. I normally do not like reading a story about a character almost 18 years older than me, but I absolutely could not help but love Claudia and Adam. I fell a little bit in love with 39 year old Adam when she recounted her time with him and 22 year old Adam when she met him while traveling back in time. I just.. I loved the characters.” –Book Marks the Spot Review
“The characters were likable, and I found that I was quite attached to Claudia by the end of it. If you’re looking for a quick, start-of-summer read, check this one out!” –Bound By Words Review
“The Time Traveler’s Boyfriend is a slightly more contemporary version of a classic format. Despite that, however, or maybe even because of it, it’s an excellent read, full of fun and flirtatiousness, and the fact that it is from a publishing house that focuses on love stories featuring characters with disabilities gives it a lot more depth than it would otherwise have had.” –Bibliotica Review
“…And speaking of aphrodisiacs, yes, there is some headboard rockin’. It’s fairly mild, but Costa wants you to know that a disability does not equate to not being able to be a lover.” –Cupcake’s Book Cupboard
Annabelle Costa is a teacher, who writes in her free time. She enjoys the wounded hero genre, involving male love interests with physical disabilities, who don’t follow the typical Hollywood perception of sexy.
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