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Publisher's Summary

On the eve of her wedding in 1978, Shay Garrett peers into the antique mirror in her family's longtime home, the famous Victorian Gingerbread House on Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado and falls unconscious only to wake in the body of her own grandmother Brandy on the eve of her wedding in 1900. The virginal Brandy, in turn, awakes in Shay's body in 1978 to discover herself pregnant. What follows is a fascinating look at how two women - and their families - cope with this strange and even humorous situation. A classic tale of two women lost in time...
©2011 Books In Motion (P)2011 Books In Motion
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2 out of 5 stars
By Greg on 02-05-14

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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Having a different reader. I hated the way it was performed, the reader was simply awful.

How could the performance have been better?

Having someone else read the book. I don't have anything positive to say about the performance. I am not a negative person & I try to find good in everything, however I have nothing good to say about this performance.

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I read this book many years ago and I loved it. I have since lost my copy and when I saw Audible had it available I was very excited. My excitement immediately turned to disappointment and anger that I wasted a credit. I normally listen to a sample before purchasing , however I let my excitement at finding the title take over and purchased without listening. I don't normally take the time to write negative reviews , but this is so bad I felt like it was my civic duty to warn others.

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4 out of 5 stars
By K Cornwinkle on 11-30-11

Fun time travel

Low expectations when it started but I the interesting premise made it a good read. What was nice is that it felt like historical fiction of the good but not terrifically highbrow kind. Something perhaps locally published that you might find in the gift shop of say, the Boulder History Museum . The food for thought was the well presented case that life 80 years earlier while harder was perhaps better in some ways -simpler, more personal accountability and less bland.
Maybe a bit too much fainting but I suppose it comes with the genre.
Lynda the narrator. I liked her voice and dramatization but this sounded like it was recorded in her den with occasional mildly distracting background noises.

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