The Time Traveller's Heart

The Time Traveller's Heart

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Rebekah M. By Aphrodite270 Updated Jul 25

Magic only happens in books. It only happens in movies. Wrong.

Hannah McCracken never believed in magic, until she found a book that allowed her to travel to different time periods. The book took her back to her world when it decided, and not when she decided. The time period it chooses, is the only one that can be visited.

Camden McConnell is a Scottish Warrior who treasures his pride, strength, and clan above all else. Anything that gets in his way is quickly removed, until he meets Hannah. He can't figure her out for everywhere she goes mystery surrounds her. Anytime he tries to get close, she disappears into thin air.

Is there anyway that Hannah can alter the magic that is within the book? Will Camden turn away if he finds out the truth or stay?

Cover done by @MayTijssen

This reminds me a lot like Outlander and Brave at the same thing. I love it! <3
THIS BOOK SOUNDS SO COOL!!!!
                              
                              I TOTALLY LOVE THIS IDEA :)
                              
                              It reminds me of InkHeart..
                              
                              This is already in my book library AND also added to my reading lists
I'M REALLY INTO THIS RIGHT NOW... But for some reason, I'm imagining a teddy bear with a top hat and brandishing a cane at me, saying this with a raspy voice. XD. But it's really good, how you wrote such simple words into the text, but created this effect that made my eyes pop out, reading this.
ReganLeigh8 ReganLeigh8 Oct 03
I really like how you start off this book. 
                              The rules draw people in and you can already sense magic and personably a little mystery in the future of this book
This actually doesn't sound too half bad. I have a character that can time travel too, but it's a little more hands on. I find that poetry format beginnings always calls home to me.
kathiel12 kathiel12 Nov 17
I love this prologue, it reminds me of a novel I read once, The Historian,  I don't know if you've read it, where there is a warning for all readers, that's the kind of thing that pulls in a reader.  I love this prologue, short, mysterious and right to the point.  Good job!