Christmas Once Again is #1 New Release in Time Travel Romances on US Amazon Yay!!

A WW2 time travel romance


Oh, how I wish I could make time stand still…
As I write this, Christmas Once Again is #1 New Release in Time Travel Romances on US Amazon
I’m holding my breath…afraid it will disappear if I blink…
Thank you for liking my WW2 romance…a story that demanded to be written about a time when the world was at war…but the love Kate has for Jeff, the undying need to make things right so strong in her, she goes back in time to save him.
All she wants for Christmas is to save the man she loves…
And……………..Christmas Once Again is at #23 overall in Top 100 Time Travel Romances
5 star reviews on Amazon, NetGalley and GoodReads!Christmas Once Again


Time travel back to Christmas 1943 on the home front with my holiday Women’s Fiction novel CHRISTMAS ONCE AGAIN 


On a cold December day in 1955, Kate Arden got on a train to go home for Christmas.

This is the story of what happened when she got off that train. In 1943.

In 1943 Kate Arden was engaged to the man she loved, Jeffrey Rushbrooke. She was devastated and heartbroken when he was called up for wartime duty and later killed on a secret mission in France.

But what if Kate could change that? What if she could warn him and save his life before Christmas?
Or will fate have a bigger surprise in store for her?

Christmas Once Again is a sweeping, heartbreakingly romantic novel – it’s one woman’s chance to follow a different path and mend her broken heart…


What readers are saying about Christmas Once Again:

‘A fabulous book you won’t want to miss’

‘A really beautiful story’

‘Found this book amazing! Would love to read more of her books.’

‘5* from me’


Christmas Once Again:

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