Paradox Lost

  • by Libby Drew
  • Narrated by Dorian Greyhound
  • 9 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Time-travel tour guide Reegan McNamara's job-taking eager tourists to whenever they want to go-is usually a breeze. A trip back to 2020 to watch a world-changing speech seems no different, until a woman runs away from his tour group before the jump home. Now her tycoon husband is demanding her safe return-or Reegan will lose more than just his job.
P.I. Saul Kildare's business is running on borrowed time. Due to a messy break with the police, he can't get a referral to save his life. When an enigmatic stranger bangs on his door one night and promises a windfall for a missing-person case, it seems too good to be true. But the two men have an immediate connection, and Saul can't pass up the chance to spend more time with Reegan, even if he's clearly hiding something.
Saul knows he shouldn't trust Reegan, and Reegan knows he can't get involved with Saul. But as their attraction evolves into feelings neither can deny, will they have the strength to take a leap of faith-together?


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Customer Reviews

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Interesting! Future collides with the Past

If you could sum up Paradox Lost in three words, what would they be?

Past, Present, Future!

What other book might you compare Paradox Lost to and why?

18% Gray by Anne Tenino

Which scene was your favorite?

Going to Walmart!

Who was the most memorable character of Paradox Lost and why?

Cami, great all around character all the way to the end.

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- Kindle Customer

Insta-like with action and not much of a point

The characters seem to fall in like instead of falling in love. Then we go through tons of action to help a rich lady who is abused by her politically connected husband. She isn't interesting enough to care about. The lovers love sex not each other. The ending is dull and unsatisfying. Suddenly we go from from the fight for this woman to return home without getting beat up by her husband and from the goons he sends to to thwart the good guys to everything turning out miraculously solved in a Catholic church cum time travel station. With classic Sci-fi we expect some basis in science which is lacking here. The only explanation as to why they can go back 100 years in time is that time is circles instead of lines. This is not good Sci-fi and it is not good romance.
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- Tom(C)

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-27-2014
  • Publisher: Carina Press