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Through Time-Whiplash

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Why do second chances have to come with complications?
Trevor, Prince of Lugh, had been thwarted from putting Pestale, the eldest Dark Prince, to death, but now he's been asked to investigate whether the Dark Prince has evaded punishment. This time, Trevor plans to make sure Pestale is taken care of permanently.
But a simple assignment turns complicated when Trevor finds himself thrown two hundred years into the past, along with Jazmine Decker,...
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Overview

Why do second chances have to come with complications?
Trevor, Prince of Lugh, had been thwarted from putting Pestale, the eldest Dark Prince, to death, but now he's been asked to investigate whether the Dark Prince has evaded punishment. This time, Trevor plans to make sure Pestale is taken care of permanently.
But a simple assignment turns complicated when Trevor finds himself thrown two hundred years into the past, along with Jazmine Decker, a Fios (Fae seer). There they encounter Pestale's younger brother Hordly, who has evil schemes of his own. Add the Orb of Time, an eleven-year-old orphan with unusual powers, and an encounter with an evil wizard, and Trevor realizes his mission will be anything but simple.
Seelie Queen Aaibhe is at long last enjoying a second chance at happiness. But her love for Morgan LeBlanc, a Milesian, is the ammunition her political rivals have been looking for. Claiming her association with the leader of the Fae's former enemies makes her unfit to govern, factions within the Council plot to remove her from the throne. Will it lead to civil war?
Can Trevor and Jazmine find the Orb of Time, get back to the present, and stop Hordly and his brothers from unleashing an army of nightmarish monsters on humans and Fae alike? Can Aaibhe and her loyal supporters hold the Council together and keep the Fae united against the Unseelie threat?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781499612417
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/28/2014
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Meet the Author

Claudy Conn is the author of the Shadow vampire romance series, the legend series, and many 'steamy regency' romances.
You can learn more about her and her projects at
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  • Posted June 14, 2013

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    Through Time-Whiplash is the second in the Through Time series.

    Through Time-Whiplash is the second in the Through Time series. I was a little disappointed Royce and Chance did not make an appearance in this book. That being said, it was a super good book to add to the series.


    Jazmine Decker is a stubbornly sassy Fios. Trevor, royal prince, is a by the rule book Fae. At first I was worried about these two, wondering how can they ever be together. I should not have worried. Claudy Conn did a fabulous job of mixing the oil and water type personalities until they have a good chemistry.
    On their journey they get sucked back in time, meet the adorable lass Frankie, go back to the present, then travel to the Dark Realm. The book is nonstop nail biting swooning action. Without giving too much away, I just must say, Please let Frankie somehow be Trev’s and Jaz’s child! They make the cutest little family.
    The end is a mega cliffhanger! I am anxiously waiting for book 3. I am the type who must know ‘what happens next’, so the cliffhanger is torture! I warn you, you will have many questions at the end of this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 7, 2013

    I would give this book 7 stars if i could. From start to finish

    I would give this book 7 stars if i could. From start to finish I was hooked and found it impossible to put down. Claudy creates such an enchanting world that you are instantly pulled in. The characters that she creates are incredible and you really feel like you are a part of it all. I am counting down the days until the next book so I can see how the story unfolds. :) 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 8, 2013

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    This is a follow up book to another of Claudys wonderful works.

    This is a follow up book to another of Claudys wonderful works. It also leaves you hanging and wanting to find out more. The characters were again believable and Jazz was a beautiful person. Please take the time to read this book and you will love Claudy's books as much as I do

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 2, 2013

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    Well, where do I begin? I am a devoted reader of Claudy Conn. T

    Well, where do I begin? I am a devoted reader of Claudy Conn. Through Time-Whiplash is a new book which has
    all those wonderful elements I look so forward to. A must read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 28, 2013

    I was a little apprehensive about this book because I knew it fe

    I was a little apprehensive about this book because I knew it featured Trevor and I knew it did not have Lana.  It broke my heart when she was killed and even though we hardly knew either of the characters it was a horrible loss.  I was afraid this book might be too sad and melancholy.  A sort of "work through the pain to find some sort of happiness" type tale.  Not sure why I was worried.  Claudy is one of my favorite authors for a reason.  She writes amazing books that never disappoint me. 




    Ok, so here are some of the things I loved about this book:




    *Jazz is smart (marine biologist smart), fun, brave, spunky, and a bit mysterious.  I just liked her.  If I were to meet her in real life I would want her to be my friend.  She is just an awesome character and a perfect edition to the world Claudy has built.




    *Trevor is so much more than the fae I thought him to be when I first met him.  Watching him develop feelings for Jazz as the book developed, watching him battle his inner demons, watching him interact with the other fae, all of it was just intriguing.  Oh and he is hot, so there is that ;).




    *Frankie may be my favorite character of her's yet (sorry, Breslyn).  I can not say much about why without being spoilery, but Frankie is one to watch.




    *This book is a nice blend of romance, adventure and mystery.  It also has returning characters from past books and secondary storylines that make it more than your typical romance.




    * I could not put it down.  I was not even feeling well when I read this, but instead of sleep I made the choice to read until the last word.




    *The ending had me so, well I can not say what because it will ruin it for you, but let me just say I emailed the author when I was done and not because I was mad at the ending ;).




    It you love paranormal romance with a smidgen of time travel, some heat, and adventure all mixed into a beautiful created world, you probably want to run and get this book.  It would probably be best if you read book one first, but you could jump on board with this one and be ok.  I personally loved the fact that I have read all the Shee and Time books because I think it added a lot to the story. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 6, 2013

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    Through Time ¿ Whiplash by Claudy Conn Through Time Series Book

    Through Time – Whiplash by Claudy Conn
    Through Time Series Book 2
    Prince Trevor of Lugh is the younger brother of Prince Dante. When sent out on a mission, he ends up at the wrong place at the wrong time and is pulled through a portal into 1816, with a human no less. What can he do but give her his protection when he finds that one of the Dark Princes is lurking about as well. He never associated with humans but is finding that this particular beauty isn’t so bad.

    Jazmine Decker always thought she belonged in the past until she was transported to 1816 Killarney, Ireland. She was stuck with a rude Royal Fae and a handsome but evil Dark Prince. As a Fios she was always told to beware of the cold-hearted unfeeling Fae, only Trevor doesn’t quite match up with the warnings. Especially with his blood boiling kisses.

    Trevor is first introduced in book one, Through Time - Pursuit where he joins forces with Chance LeBlanc. They are out to kill the Dark Prince Pestale who killed Chance’s sister and Trevor’s love. Whiplash is a another adventure with plenty of bad characters to be aware of. The reader meets Jazz and Frankie for the first time and many old friends from the Legend series. The Dark Princes are still working to escape the Dark Realm, to take over both the Human Realm and Faery. This book does leave the reader dangling a bit. Book three should be out later this year. Through Time - Slamming.
    **Sexual content

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 6, 2013

    Awesome continuation for Through Time-Pursuit, Love love love Tr

    Awesome continuation for Through Time-Pursuit, Love love love Trevor

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2014

    Love Trevor and Jazz in this installment of Through Time! Claudy

    Love Trevor and Jazz in this installment of Through Time! Claudy Conn has a home run with this series. 
    It is a continuation of her legend series and should not be missed! This book will keep you on the edge of your
    seat to see what happens next! Amazing book and series! - Melanie

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2014

    Trevor, Prince of Lugh was thwarted for putting Pestale, the eld

    Trevor, Prince of Lugh was thwarted for putting Pestale, the eldest Dark Prince to death. Trevor is requested to investigate if Dark Prince evaded punishment.

    Trevpr is taken 200 years into the past and with Jazmine Decker, a Fios. They discover Pestale's younger brother Hordly has evil schemes as well.

    Orb of Time, an eleven year old orphan comes in to the story with unusual powers of his own. Orb encounters as evil wizard which causes Trevor to know his mission is not going to be a simple one.

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  • Posted November 24, 2013

    First I have to say I completely adore the cover of this book. I

    First I have to say I completely adore the cover of this book. Its a perfect fit.

    This book starts off with the Queen and Morgan, a continuation of the last book. I was really looking forward to this book. After what happened to Trevor I was scared.

    Trevor is a favorite of mine. He has been since he was first introduced. In each book he has really matured and grown into an amazing Prince. My heart broke for him though and was really wanting him to find happiness.

    The humor Claudy adds into her books is so great. She adds the perfect mixer of emotion and humor blending together just right.

    They soon realize that Pestile's attempt to get loose failed but his evil brother Hordly was allowed through.

    In this book not only do we have the team of good guys fighting to prevent the dark prince's from taking over but we also have another threat attempting to start trouble. Will they find out before it is too late?

    While stuck in the past Trevor and Jazz come across a beautiful young girl who is about to get beaten by a man. Jazz saves her and takes her under her wing not realizing that there is something special about the little girl. There is so much more I want to say but I do not want to spoil it for anyone :)

    Right before the ending there is another amazing twist that will shock and surprise you... You need to read it to find out! You will not be disappointed

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2013

    Through time is a good book

    I have enjoyed reading this book and want to know what will happen next. I just enjoy reading all your books.

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  • Posted August 4, 2013

    You always want more

    You always want more

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2013

    Didnt like

    I usually love claudys love stories, in spite of the nose touching which is annoying and in every book ive read by her.what is up with nose touching. It isnt romantic. It is beyond corny. Claudy pleeease! Stop with the nose touching. As far as this story goes, i didnt like it and wont be reading the sequel. The language of the fae was inconsistant. The love between jazz and trevor and their dialogue almost reminded me of teenagers. But the bottom line is that it was just plain boring. It was really hard to get thru it and the thought of reading the sequel is just too much. Phyl p

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted May 6, 2014

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