The Time Traveler's Boyfriend

The Time Traveler's Boyfriend

by Annabelle Costa


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985826352
Publisher: Dev Love Press, LLC
Publication date: 02/15/2014
Pages: 330
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.69(d)

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The Time Traveler's Boyfriend 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
ABrantley More than 1 year ago
The Time Traveler's Boyfriend by Annabelle Costa is a quick romantic comedy for the beach. If you're looking for a fun read for the holiday weekend, try this one.
ValerieStuckInBooks More than 1 year ago
3 stars - The cover really fits this one! First Impressions... The cover really is cute and the blurb had my interest. I enjoy a little sci fi thrown in with my story. I haven't read this author before but I was excited to give this one a try. The Characters... Both Claudia and Adams are older. They're in a committed relationship but Adam is reluctant to take the next step. He claims he was ruined by events in his life before he met Claudia. Claudia just loves him and wants to get married and have children. Her biological clock is running at age 36 and her mother would like grandchildren. I loved how Adam took care of Claudia when she had a migraine. I loved how Claudia saw the sexy in Adam. I enjoyed both of these characters. The Story... For a story with older characters, this one really has a YA feel. The cover is perfect for that feel. I expected BAM to come bouncing out of the book at any moment. Very cartoonish, very cute. But I could clearly see where this one was going. Enjoyable and certainly different, it has more of puerile style than most adult books. Could I Put It Down... It's pretty short, less than 200 pages so no need to put it down. As for whether I wanted to, I could have easily. In The End... I think this is an adult book that teens would enjoy. The characters are older but the themes are there and the feel is perfect. So if you're an adult who loves YA, this might be a good fit.
EMMacCallum More than 1 year ago
The book doesn't dwell too much on time travel theories or the paradoxes that often come with it, rather it's more of a fun romance. The only thing that bothered me was Claudia at the beginning. She came off as a blonde ditz on several occasions. But the moment she was able to travel back in time, her annoyance factor began to lessen. I realized I was starting to root for her and her quest to change a bitter past.  I admit, I enjoyed how everything came full circle and it became a fun trip through a "what if" universe. I'd recommend this to women looking for an easy, enjoyable read.  Full Review is available on The Reader's Hollow blog