These engaging, captivating novels feature intersecting stories set in two different times.
In this lyrical and passionate tale, the love story of two Victorian poets intertwines with a present day love story of two academics researching the Victorian poetry.
Set in both the 1980s and in the 1940s era of incarceration of Japanese Americans in California, this is an endearing, timeless story of a harsh time in this country's history.
I have to admit here I've not read the book, but rather saw the movie (the horror!). Still, this WWII and present-day story will pack an emotional punch, no matter the medium.
From 1919 and the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906 to 1960 and the presidency of JFK, Hood weaves a tale of two women, lovelorn across time.
This Gothic, romantic mystery spans time from 1930s to present day Great Britain.
Pre-WWII collides with 1966 in this story about two women, seemingly polar opposites, who have more in common than anyone thinks or knows.
Fifty years separate the two main female characters in this story, set around New York's legendary and infamous Barbizon Hotel.
Once again, WWII meshes with present life. This time, both eras share a common bond that brings them other: the famed Met Gala in New York.
From today's Canada to 1947 London, this novel revolves around one constant: the wedding dress of Queen Elizabeth II (then Princess Elizabeth) to Prince Philip.
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