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Sunday, March 14, 2021

Book Review - A Wagon Train Weekend: A Time Travel Romance By Stephenia H. McGee


 Book 1: A Wagon Train Weekend: A Time Travel Romance


Back Inn Time Series book 1


Release date: March 9, 2021




It was just one night at a Victorian B&B. Until they woke up in 1857.


Collette Donaldson never should have taken her boyfriend to her cousin’s wedding. Or introduced him to her parents. After a disastrous weekend, all she wants is to get back home and sort out the mess that had once been their relationship. A heartbreaking fight, a flat tire, and an inconvenient storm force her and Seth to stay the night at a quaint bed and breakfast. But when Collette finds an antique photograph of herself, circumstances quickly shift from weird to unimaginable.


Seth Stone was ready to propose. Now he isn’t sure if he and Collette even have a relationship. People he'd never want to be his in-laws, an irritable girlfriend, and now he has to spend the night in a creepy old Victorian inn. He should have never wondered how things could possibly get worse. When they wake up stranded on a wagon train in 1857, Seth is determined to get home. But the only way to get out of the past is to face the problems stealing their future.


The Back Inn Time books are standalone Christian time travel romances and can be read in any order. Each book features new characters who travel to different eras throughout history.


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I have read several books by this author and each book that I read makes me love her more and more. In this book, we see  Collette and Seth. They have a good relationship and Seth thinks that he is ready to take the next step in their relationship and propose. However, then Collette takes Seth to her cousin's wedding. This proves to be disasterous (and humorous for the reader). Seth is faced with a huge problem. He is now not sure if he wants to take that next step. 

They stop off at a Victorian bed and breakfast. They go to sleep and wake up in the middle of a wagon train. They find themselves in the year 1857. Seth is shocked to say the least. However, they will need to work together in order to get back home. Will they be able to do it? Will their damaged relationship heal? This book is funny and watching all of this unfold was fun. The author has done a great job putting the faith element. Seth and Collette need to heavily rely on God to make it through. 

I cannot wait until the next book in the series. Special thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of this book, all thoughts are my own. 

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