A Stolen Season by Tamara Gill

One small mistake in the past will change everything about her future...

A stolen season

Archaeologist Sarah Baxter just broke one of the biggest rules of time travel: leaving a piece of 21st century equipment in 19th century Regency England. Unfortunately, when she goes back to retrieve it, she makes an even bigger mess of things--resulting in the death of an English Earl.

Now his brother is not only out for revenge, but he also has Sarah's device. Which means an entirely different approach is needed. It doesn't occur to the new Earl of Earnston that his charming acquaintance is responsible for his brother's death. He is merely swept away by a passion that threatens his very reputation. Yet he gets the distinct impression that Miss Baxter is hiding something from him.

Now Sarah must find a way to steal back her device, hide the truth about the earl's brother and--most importantly-- not fall in love...

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Time Travel

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Regency

Language: English

Keywords: regency, romance, regency romance, historical romance, time travel, contemporary, archaeologist, historian, London, love, earl, time travel romance

Word Count: 55000

Sales info:

A Stolen Season is a time travel romance that I've just released into audio and I'm now looking to publish into multiple languages. The book is well received with over 56 amazon reviews, 62% of those five stars.

Sample text:

England 1817 – Kent

Sarah  shifted  in  the  saddle,  the  weight  of  her  saturated clothes  heavy on her shoulders and hindering her seat. The horse’s pounding hooves, as loud as a drum, echoed  in her ears. She kicked her mount and urged him over a small hedgerow, her  determination not  to  be  caught  overriding her common  sense.

Rain streamed down her face, but she couldn’t stop. The future  of TimeArch depended on it. Her  father’s  years  of research. The  hundreds of hours  spent  working  on  man’s greatest, most sought-after ability. Sarah  slowed her mount to  canter  through a  fast  moving  ford,  the  stones  causing the horse to stumble, making the short  trip across painfully slow. Time  was up. She had  to get away. Though  the  horse grappled and slipped  up the other  side of the muddy  bank to continue on, apprehension still threatened to close her throat in panic.

The mount missed a step, and Sarah clutched the saddle, cursing the weather. She flashed a glance over her shoulder and  cried  out  her  frustration into  the  sheeting  rain  at the sight of the Earl of Earnston not two horse-lengths behind.

His gaze held hers, and with fearless  determination, he urged his mount  beside, clutching for her reins.

“Let go.” Sarah punched his hand and kicked out, trying to push  him away. All in vain, as it seemed  nothing  could deter  his resolve.

“What  does it do?” he yelled, pulling on her reins.

The horses bumped hard, and Sarah fought for balance. “Let go, Lord Earnston. You’ll kill us both.”

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Nicole Smith
Author review:
Nicole is professional, easy to work with and meets all her deadlines. I'm looking forward to working with her again.
Already translated. Translated by Evelyn T M Martins
Author review:
Fantastic translation as usual. Highly recommend Evelyn!!

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