Free Book Friday Giveaway--Hearts Through Time

Congratulations to Steve for winning a copy of Overcoming Addiction.

Hearts Through Time is the latest novel from Marie Higgins

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The weekly question is
"If you could go back in time, which era would you go to?"


A love story that transcends time . . .

When a woman claiming to be a ghost from 1912 appears in Nick Marshal’s office and begs for help in solving her murder, he thinks he has lost his mind. A scandal that rocked Hollywood almost destroyed his law practice, so he doesn’t need any more fireworks as he rebuilds his life. Still, he is intrigued by Abigail Carlisle’s plea, and he needs clients, even if this one insists she’s dead. The more secrets Nick uncovers, the deeper he falls for the beautiful ghost.

Abigail believes Nick is her heart’s true desire, but how can happily-ever-after happen when she’s already dead? The more time she spends with him, the more real she becomes, until Nick can finally touch her.

In a strange turn of events, Nick is suddenly whisked back to 1912, two weeks before Abby’s murder, but she doesn’t remember him. When he attempts to win her over so he can save her from a tragic destiny, Abby thinks Nick is courting her for her inheritance. But even if he can rescue her and make her trust him again, how can they be together forever?


  1. I think I would go back to the 80s so I could enjoy it as an adult.

  2. I think I'd pick the middle ages and see all those old castles when they were still new :-) !

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  3. I think it'd be kinda fun to go to the 60s and see what all the fuss was about. ;)


  4. I would go back to the late 1800s when everyone was prim and proper and girls got to wear awesome dresses!
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  5. I would go back in time to the age of Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility. To ride in the carriages, see the estate homes, and dress in the attire of that era would be a dream.

  6. i would definitely choose the time when everything and everyone was just living a simple life. no wars, no enemy. just peacefully loving people on earth :)

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  7. The early 1900's when women were just beginning to flex their muscles.


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  8. The Egyptian times. I've always been fascinated by it.

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  9. I would go back to the Regency England or American Revolution. It would be hard to decide.

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  11. I would go back to the Victorian era with all my knowledge about technology and will make Steampunkery a reality! :)

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  12. So hard to choose! I'd probably pick 1800's England, all the fancy parties and dresses! Great give away thanks!

  13. I've always wondered if the 50's were as great as they seem on TV.

  14. Oh, Regency England with all those Dukes, and Earls and Viscounts would be my first pick, but to see a knight riding up to the castle on a black steed calling me Milady would be a close second:)


  15. I'd love to see pr-revolutionary war america!

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  16. 18th Century New England. However, middle ages with knights and castles would be nice too. :-) hmmm...decisions are the worst!

  17. American pioneer days would be my choice. :)


  18. Lord's and Lady's i think:):) Or maybe Pioneer days ..
    Well at lest i love reading about Lord's and Lady's.

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  19. I'd like to go back from 1910 to about 1970 and see my family members when they were younger... especially my grandad; I never got to meet him so it would be awesome to see what he was like :P


  20. I've always been interested in Colonial times in America, so I would pick that time - before the American Revolution.

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