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  • Get to know Rafe better

    Oh so cleverly written, it took me a little while to work out the flow of this novel. So much so that immediately on finishing it, I went back and read it again to make sure I hadn't missed anything (and also because I loved reading it so much the first time). Rafe has gone missing and things are unsettled at home, so plans are put in place to find him and get him back. While that story is unfolding, we're also getting a little peek at various characters' personal histories (which I love). This book has it all - scenes that made me laugh out loud, made me nervous, made me sigh and also cheer. I really love these characters; they're complex and yet relatable. That's probably why after 12 books I still enjoy each one: from the first word to the last. That and the fact that Tracy Cooper-Posey is a brilliant writer.

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  • GOLD! More compulsive reading for the Kiss Across

    I loved reading this rich, complex and interesting tapestry of interwoven lives and loves. An intriguing series of stories, built from snippets of the past, to create an ever-more complex picture of the characters contributing to the overall plot and mystery of the main thread. Fantastic characters are made real and captivating through their passionate and compassionate interactions with partners, family and their extended group of friends. The sexual heat and interactions of the different characters are true to what we have previously seen of each couple. The passion of the characters in the first novel of the series is ignited again in one of the flashbacks and provides a very interesting cause and effect plot within that tale. The overall storytelling flows beautifully even with lots of flashbacks and many characters' input. The writing style provides enough detail to immerse you in the story, whether it be current times or some snapshot of a historical era, without weighing you down with extraneous elements to distract from an excellent tale! It's definitely a book that needs to be read in the correct order of the Kiss Across Time series. If you have read all others in the series a while ago, as I did, then don't despair of getting lost as there was enough information in each flashback to help jog my memory of who is with whom and how they all fit together. This is definitely a must-read book within the series and not a short story mix that you could choose to leave out of the series. I'd highly recommend the whole series, it's one of my favourite series ever: made up of complex characters and their enthralling interactions; absorbing immersive historical experiences; and intriguing storylines that are very unpredictable!

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  • Amazing read

    “More Time Kissed Moments” by Tracy Cooper-Posey is many tales that are hot hot hot, and these stories all go together. These stories are passionate and some where humorous. Especially in the first tale “Time And An Iberian” when Alex was afraid of a red squirrel because it was red. Each tale adds to the characters in the series. What I like especially is reading about characters from past books in the series and what is going on in there lives after the book. It’s refreshing. Another thing I liked was the flawlessness between the present and past memories. For Rafe disappears and a memory comes up from Veris who remembers what kind of person Rafe is and strong. Tracy Cooper-Posey did a wonderful job. I just really enjoy reading her books. Then there is such imagery that just adds to the book as well that drew me in. I highly recommend this book. I was given an advanced reader copy of this book for my honest review.

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  • A colorful mosaic

    I am a longtime fan of Tracy Copper-Posey's works and Kiss Across Time is one of my favorite series. For me, this collection of short stories was an absolute delight to read! Each story added a new detail to the personality and relationships of the main characters. It is like a colorful mosaic growing in depth and complexity with every addition. Simply marvellous! If you are a newcomer to the series I strongly advise to start at the beginning, though, as the series evolves and the stories in this book base on previous events. You will not regret it. Personally, I cannot wait to have some time on my hands to re-read the complete series in one go, to savour the details I have missed the first time around because I simply devoured the books. They are difficult to put down.

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  • Rafael is missing will going to the past give clue

    I loved this new book to the authors time travel series. This story is following up on the previous book; Rafael is missing and his family and friends try desperately to find the reason. She gives us moments, between known characters, that help us full in missing information. We get to see the past that shaped the characters we've enjoyed reading about and how it's affected them in the present. They travel to different times as they look for clues and rediscover who they were then and we learn why they did what they did. Others learn for the first time, as well as us the readers, things that occurred to those they love. We see through the authors research and writing skills how the past looked and how the people lived. It's a fascinating book of past and present with all its cruel, intriguing, captivating, loving, and at times humorous events. Where is Rafael and why did he leave. Do these visits to the past give them any clues? If you've been one of the many readers following these time traveling vampires and humans, I heartily implore you to read this short, but jam packed with new knowledge, addition to the series.

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