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Only Yesterday by Peggy Webb

Only Yesterday

by Peggy Webb

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I thought this one was slightly better than it's prequel Christmas in Time, but somehow I still didn't relate to the story very well. ( )
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He'd promised to love her forever, but would always be long enough?

Colt Butler could make a woman shiver or bring swooning back into style, but Ann Debeau knew she was really in trouble when the blue-eyed rebel made her toes curl under! Drawn to this stranger who seemed to know all her secrets, spellbound by memories she couldn't explain, she responded with wild abandon to his every caress. Could a dreamer who'd waited more than a lifetime finally claim the woman who'd broken every rule for love?

Reminding us that nothing is more romantic than love without end, Peggy Webb creates an exquisitely memorable tale that transcends time and weaves real magic. He'd charmed her with kisses sweeter than cherries, had known without asking that wild roses were her favorite, but was fate playing matchmaker . . . and could the impossible somehow be true?

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A sequel to Christmas in Time, this Paranormal Romance takes the lovers back in time to World War II. Ann Debeau has her life all mapped out -- live in New York, sell her pottery at a nearby art gallery, and marry Rob, a successful lawyer who has never made her toes curl under. The man you love will make your toes curl under, Aunt Gilly had told her. Still, Rob is reliable and kind and he loves her. What more could Ann want? When Aunt Gilly dies and Ann returns to Fairhope to close Windchime house, every notion she'd had about her past and her future is turned upside down. A few days into her visit, Hurricane Bethany slams into the Alabama Gulf Coast, leaving Anna trapped in the attic. Her rescuer, Colt Butler, not only makes her toes curl under but bears a striking resemblance to an old photograph in her grandmother's trunk. The sexy polo player whose sense of humor matches his sense of daring, even starts having the same dreams as Ann. But are the dreams something more? Are Ann and Colt lovers lost in time, destined to find each again? Always a risk taker, Peggy Webb comes up trumps with this wonderfully evocative romance. Melinda Helfer, Romantic Times… (more)

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