Grace and Hope are identical twin sisters born with the ability to time-cross together between 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, and 1912 New York City. As their twenty-fifth birthday approaches, they will have to choose one life to keep and one to leave behind forever.

The sisters have already decided which timeline they will choose, but an tragedy complicates the future they planned for themselves. As their birthday looms, how will they determine the lives--and loves--that are best for both of them?

The much anticipated third book in this series didn’t disappoint. I was a bit surprised how difficult it was to read about their experiences during the the Salem Witch Trials portion. It was hard to read about because of its historical accuracy and yet interesting because it brought a personal perspective to the entire situation. The aviation time period was also new to me and the farther I got along the in the book the more interesting and difficult that became to me as well. Learning how so many people suffered for something we take for granted today was inspiring. The thing that made this book so special was the relationship between the two sisters. It was heartfelt and emotional, and more than once I found myself misty-eyed over where their choices led them. I can’t wait for the next one!
*I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.


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