I love books with time travel adventures! I don’t know what it is but I love it. I like when the girl travels to the past (I think I never read one where she goes to the future!). Sometimes while reading a book with this tag, I think to myself some things that I think are normal, like ‘what would I do without hot water in a shower or without a toothbrush or even toilet paper?’. More important ‘how would I shave my legs or armpits?”. I shouldn’t but I find myself asking these crazy questions. Which is dumb, because there are books, and everything would be possible in a book! Why would I preoccupy myself with hair masks and a fresh coke??
And then I think of how would be interesting to see how it would be, to see a daily life completely different from mine, customs and even clothing! Unfortunately, we are still a bit away from time travel trips and a long time ago I stopped believing that I would find a door or a mirror and find a big, gorgeous and nice scotsman!
But a girl can dream, right?
That’s what books are for…and why we like them so much, because they present realities that we secretly wish to live. But I can’t deny that not having toilet paper and a tweezer still bothers me…
If you asked me what’s my favorite ‘time travel’ series, my answer would be the Highlander series by Karen Marie Moning. These books have everything, girls that travels through time and sexy highlanders! There’s a plot in every book, adventure and the dialogues are very funny and smart! You can read the books separately but my advice it to read every book because I’m pretty sure, you’ll love! My favorite has to be ‘The Immortal Highlander’ (Highlander #6)!
Then there’s Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. I think there’s no words to describe the quality of this series. Every book is a masterpiece and if you don’t have patience to read the books (they are big books), you can catch the story seeing the tv series with the same name.
I already talked about my love for Deborah Harness books, and I loved that she inserted a time-travel adventure in the second book. I love it. And the Tv series are very loyal to the books, but that doesn’t mean you should skip the books. My review about the second season is here.
A few years ago, I read Transcendence by Shay Savage and at the time I found the plot very interesting and the descriptions very captivating. I would not survive if I was the main character.
Mariana by Susana Kearsley is one of those books that we read and they stay for life. A truly masterpiece and very entertaining.
I found Rubinrot by Kirstin Gier a few years ago through Youtube. yes, the first movie appear in my feed and I loved it. I had to read the books and although I read it a few years ago, I still remember the story like yesterday.
I absolutely love Kristen Ashley Fantasyland series, all the books are amazing,, sexy and funny! And I think they would fit perfectly in a tv series! If you never read these books, stop everything you are doing and go read them! Marvelous! If you are curious, check my review here.
I’m not the biggest fan of P.C.Cast books but I really like two of their books – Goddess of Spring and Warrior Rising – I love mytologie books and both stories are very interesting!
Megan Maxwell is a Spanish author and I found ‘Esperarei por ti toda a vida’ (something like ‘I will wait for you all my live’) last month. My friend lent me this book and I’m in love with the story. It’s so catching, I really advice this book if you find it in your language. I’m thinking about writing a review about it.