Across the Ages

  • Title: Across the Ages
  • Author: RaShelle Workman
  • ISBN: 9781500782702
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Across the Ages Ghosts are real So is time travel Eighteen year old Lucy Channing discovers this reality after her dead grandmother gives her a beautiful locket As soon as her fingers brush the cold copper Lucy is s
    Ghosts are real So is time travel.Eighteen year old Lucy Channing discovers this reality after her dead grandmother gives her a beautiful locket As soon as her fingers brush the cold copper, Lucy is swept out of the nineteenth century and into the twenty first.The first person she encounters is twenty year old William Godwin He s uber rich, arrogant, exciting, and oh soGhosts are real So is time travel.Eighteen year old Lucy Channing discovers this reality after her dead grandmother gives her a beautiful locket As soon as her fingers brush the cold copper, Lucy is swept out of the nineteenth century and into the twenty first.The first person she encounters is twenty year old William Godwin He s uber rich, arrogant, exciting, and oh so handsome William agrees to help the strange girl find her way home Or into the nearest mental institution.But what the two uncover reveals than ghosts and time travel Lucy and William discover a love greater than time itself.A love so strong it reaches Across the Ages.

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      Published :2019-04-14T05:13:25+00:00

    About RaShelle Workman


    1. RaShelle Workman is an international bestselling author Under this name she writes reimagined fairy tales, science fiction, and urban fantasy All of her novels have been listed on multiple bestseller lists, including her BLOOD AND SNOW series, which has sold than a million copies Her IMMORTAL ESSENCE series has been read than two million times Three of her books have been translated into Turkish and several can be downloaded and enjoyed on audio Two of her books have been published through Curiosity Quills NOW AVAILABLE Blood and Snow 1 is a CHOICE TEXT ADVENTURE game Created by Delight Games Pick it up free at the Kindle App Store today When RaShelle isn t writing, she enjoys baking, creating new taco recipes, and watching Supernatural She lives in Utah with her husband, three children and their three dogs Find her online by visiting her website at rashelleworkman And sign up for her newsletter to receive free books and get information on book release dates eepurl chMcej.RASHELLE s Books Undercover Empath Kindred Demon 16 THE BLOOD AND SNOW WORLD 13 These stories do not have to be read in order, but you can It does make the experience fun BLOOD AND SNOW Snow White blood and snow 1masquerade s moon 2love bleeds 3_________SHORT STORIES INCLUDED IN BOOK 3cindy witchthe hunter s tale Gabriel after the kiss blood s rose THE CINDY CHRONICLES Cinderella witch magic 1.1witch land 1.2witch time 1.3witch kiss 1.4witch love 1.5witch end 1.6VAMPIRE WISHES Jasmine vampire lies 1vampire secrets 2vampire nights 3vampire prey 4vampire magics 5_______SHORT STORY INCLUDED IN BOOK 3the professor s origin 0.1BEASTLY Belle a beauty so beastly 1a beauty so deadly 2 coming soon a beauty so completely 3 coming soon ASHA EVER AFTER Aurora asha s kisses 1asha s curse 2 coming soon asha s ever after 3 coming soon DEMONLAND Alice alice in demonland 1alice fights demonland 2 coming soon alice takes demonland 3 coming soon THE FORGOTTEN MERMAID Ariel Exclusively part of Once Upon a Happy Ending anthology THE IMMORTAL ESSENCE SERIES 13 ExiledDovetailedAligned a prequel short story Zaren s TravelsEarth s GuardianTHE ACROSS THE AGES SERIES 9 Across the AgesThe King s Paranormal Inquiries DivisionPast the AgesThe Fairytale Selectory, 1 Cinderella 8 Sleeping Roses A Contemporary Sleeping Beauty Reimagining 16 CARLY MORGAN Pen Name Inspirational Contemporary Romance Most Eligible CowboyMost Delicious CowboyThe Laws of MusicThe Laws of AttractionHappily Ever Summer


    313 Comments


    1. This book was such an entertaining read. Although, there were some parts that made me roll my eyes. There were a lot of cliches that luckily worked for the book.I was kind of a bit worried about how the author was going to pull the time travelling thing. It easn't thoroughly explained in my opinion. I was wanting to know more about the Egyptian Myth surrounding the locket that she has though. I feel that this book didn't explore on that too much. All the while I thought this book was a standalon [...]

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    2. I got this from 's Kindle Unlimited. Thank goodness I didn't pay for it. The story had such potential and it wasn't half bad at the beginning. Then, Lucy sees a ghost and is sent to the future and everything falls apart. I think that if the author had taken more time to develop her characters and, I don't know, EXPLAIN the locket/time traveling further, I would have enjoyed it more. There's absolutely no time for the two characters to fall in love, but they suddenly are. The last few chapters ju [...]

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    3. Can't wait to share this one with all of you.

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    4. Wow, just fantastic! RaShelle creates a time travel story unlike any other I've read. It's filled with discovery, suspense and I absolutely can't wait to read future installments. Lucy struggles as an 1815's woman coming of age; her family needs her to marry for the benefit of the family and while Dashel is a great match, she doesn't love him. Her grandmother introduces her to a magical amulet that will bring her to her true love. Fast forward 200 years and she's completely lost in this new worl [...]

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    5. I will read anything written by this author. She weaves the most amazing stories. I normally am not afan of time travel type stories, but I sure did love this one. I loved how she interweaved the eqyptionstories in with everything else as well. I am a sucker for stories about gods or godesses, so I knewI had to read this one. I fell in love with Lucy and Will and all the back characters as well. If you area fan of ghosts, gods, or time travel, you will love this book. I cant wait to read the nex [...]

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    6. This book I thoroughly enjoyed; I love how Rachelle writes for one. It's different, in a way that I can't pinpoint, but it's a good thing. I couldn't put it down! The storyline and the mythology included is very interesting. I've never read a book or story that has included Egyptian Gods or myths, and I really liked how they were used in this story. As a firm believer in true love and soulmates, I took to this story like a moth to a flame, and couldn't stop turning the pages. Lucy is a brilliant [...]

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    7. I wanna try this out because TIME TRAVEL,but the blurb makes the book sound like a cheap insta-love with an asshole male love interest

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    8. Tahle kniha má jednu chybu - konec je moc uspěchaný. Kdyby to bylo na mě, tak ke knize přidám ještě tak alespoň sto stran a víc rozvinu zápletku. Pak by to na těch pět hvězdiček určitě bylo.

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    9. I’m sorry to give just one star for this story, since the first chapter was very good. It was well written and it was interesting to read about the conflict between the gods and how they resolved this conflict.I really don’t know what happened next, as it seemed as though a different writer had taken over the narrative and my disappointment grew. Although the scientific facts seemed well researched the social inaccuracies were woeful and I had to stop at 30%, since I was starting to feel ann [...]

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    10. An easy read that could have been improved by more development of the romance between the lead characters. The premise based on Egyptian mythology intrigued but it also needed much more depth.

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    11. a true love story for the ages!

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    12. What a fun book this is. This is my first time travel book. I've always wanted to read one and this one was fun, simple, easy to read. On to book 2.

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    13. This review and more can be found at The A P Book Club!*I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*I've thoroughly enjoyed RaShelle's Fractured Fairy Tales series (including Blood & Snow, Vampire Lies, Vampire Secrets, and A Beauty so Beastly), so I was really excited when I found out she was writing something completely different from them. Across the Ages is very different - there's no fairy tale references or fantasy creatures, and about the only thing [...]

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    14. Across the Ages is RaShelle Workman’s first time-travel romance, although she retains the atmosphere of a retelling with the references she makes to Egyptian mythology and folklore. It is also the first of the authors books I have read and rated less than 5 stars.Across the Ages is a story about the power of love and it’s lasting effect, no matter the time or distance. RaShelle Workman begins with a prologue which gives the reader the story’s foundation; the love between two Egyptian deiti [...]

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    15. Traveling Across Time and Space . . .RaShelle Workman wrote another wonderful book, her writing is only getting better and better as she continues to release novel after novel and series after series! This book entails a multitude of facets time and love being the top two as it sets up the stage for the next book in the series.Lady Lucy Channing dreamed of nothing but a dashing, loving and adoring husband while growing up, but upon coming of age she was promised to her childhood best friend and [...]

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    16. Lucy Channing lives in 1815 in England. She is supposed to marry her childhood best friend… Whom she does not love romantically. Holding out that something will change her fate, Lucy’s grandmother comes through with a locket to transport Lucy to her true love. Traveling to 2015 is quite a shock to Lucy, especially when the first person she meets is the arrogant, egotistical William Godwin.The first chapter was completely unnecessary and was only mildly related to the story told in the rest o [...]

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    17. I really wanted to give this book 4 (maybe even 5) stars because of how enjoyable it was but what prevented me from doing so was the ending. The book itself reminded me a lot of "A Kiss in Time" by Alex Flinn. The elements where a girl from an olden time period meeting a boy from the new age were very similar. I felt that Workman did a really great job of keeping Lucy stick to some of her olden morals and also did a great job developing her as a character. The one and only flaw to this story and [...]

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    18. Quick and entertaining read that will leave you excited for Book Two. Shorter read than expected, with fun and relateable characters who bring you across the ages with them. Will is arrogant and Lucy selflessly humble and independent, with attraction that is endearing in the classic opposites who inevitably attract. Workman has written an engaging story that will keep you enthralled with anticipation for the next in this series. I found myself disappointed that there was only one gripping climax [...]

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    19. At first the idea of Mrs Workman wanting to write something different than what I was used to made me go into the book a bit skeptical since I've noticed other authors fail to keep something that gives these books their "own" touch intact However she did it. The book is captivating! We still have the amazing "RaShelle Workman" touch we've known from her previous series, which was what I feared would be lost in her new adventures. I am so excited to be able to read yet another book series of this [...]

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    20. This books takes place over two time periods; both the nineteenth and twenty-first centuries. Lucy is given a locket from her grandmother and one touch brings her forward in time which leads her to William whom is willing to help her get home. Lucy meets up with a man whom she learns is her grandfather and that she has time travelled to find her true love.RaShelle has once again written a fantastic book. I enjoyed reading the love story that takes place over time and how well she pieced the two [...]

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    21. Lucy someone who is being forced to marry Dashel who she has known from childhood but does not love . but her Grandmother Agatha gave her a necklace amulet . that if she takes it is will take her to her true love but will her true love be Dashel or will it be someone else Will someone who finds artifacts as well as many other things who knows Lucy's true grandfather will Lucy want Will or Dashel if she takes her Grandmothers advice or stay with Dashel and accept that she don't love him in the [...]

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    22. This was an interesting read, a lot more paranormal than I thought it was going to be.

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    23. I loved this story! The characters are great and the time travel is fun. The addition of Egyptian gods and mystery concerning the amulet made it even better. Imagine my feelings when I went looking for the next book (this was published in 2014), and found that it hasn't been written. RaShelle Workman WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME??????? Will I ever get to know the rest of the story? I am dying over here!!!!

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    24. Easy read. I like that the chapters are short but still have good content. I felt like the story could have been longer though and was a little rushed to finish at the end. It ended abruptly and left me wanting to know what happened. I'm really hoping the next book in the series will come out soon but haven't seen much on it. I recommend this book to anyone who likes time travel stories.

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    25. A refreshing readI am pleased with this book. It has a great story line and it keeps the reader interested. This book touches on just about everything that I enjoy reading. Historical, romance, time travel, myths, treasure hunt, and a few more. It is all woven into a great story. The only downside. having to wait for the next book!

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    26. 18 year old Lucy discovers a locket that transports her from the 1800's to the 21st century to find her true love. I liked how the author kept Lucy's discoveries in the 21st century new to her. For example, indoor plumbing/bathrooms were a delight for Lucy. This would be a fun series to continue with.

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    27. The prologue completely captured my attention, and I would have been hooked, but then the "actual" story started and I just kept shaking my head and cringing. I quit about 40% in. Definitely not for me.

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    28. 1.5The very first chapter/prologue: SPOILER ALERT.Seriously, if you don't want to know the entire plot don't read the prologue. face-palms* . disappointing. No mystery (I don't mean the genre) whatsoever. And that cliffhanger, sorry but I'm not hanging around for it.

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