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For A Lifetime

By Gabrielle Meyer

“Time was a gift – one of the greatest we would ever be given – and I wouldn’t take it for granted.”

– Hope Eaton


This is book #3 in the Timeless series, and it is now available!!! If you loved the romance, time-travel, historical immersion, and fast moving plot from When the Day Comes & In This Moment, be sure to snatch up a copy of For A Lifetime 😉

📚About the Book… (from the publisher)
Grace and Hope are identical twin sisters born with the ability to time-cross together between 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, and 1912 New York City. As their twenty-fifth birthday approaches, they will have to choose one life to keep and one to leave behind forever—no matter the cost.

In 1692, they live and work in their father’s tavern, where they must watch helplessly as the witch trials unfold in their village, threatening everyone. With the help of a handsome childhood friend, they search for the truth behind their mother’s mysterious death, risking everything to expose a secret that could save their lives–or be their undoing.

In 1912, Hope dreams of becoming one of the first female pilots in America, and Grace works as an investigative journalist, uncovering corruption and injustice. After their parents’ orphanage is threatened by an adversary, they enter a contest to complete a perilous cross-country flight under the guidance of a daring French aviator.

The sisters have already decided which timeline they will choose, but an unthinkable tragedy complicates the future they planned for themselves. As their birthday looms, how will they determine the lives–and loves–that are best for both of them?

💭 My Thoughts…
I absolutely loved the 1912 timeline where Hope dreams of becoming one of the first female pilots in America, and Grace works as an investigative journalist. It was a fascinating and monumental time for women and Gabrielle captures this period beautifully.

I struggled with story back drop for the 1692 timeline with the Salem witch trials. It was incredibly challenging to comprehend the suffering and turmoil of the time, and these chapters often felt quite dark and heavy.

Having said this, when the story is read in it’s entirety, it is one that powerfully directs the reader towards acceptance of God’s ultimate sovereignty, His goodness and faithfulness in the midst of evil, and overall the joy of a surrendered life – especially one that looks entirely different from what we had imagined.

Content Warning (includes very minor spoilers):

Enslaved and oppressed people (in the 1692 timeline some characters display deep distrust or dislike towards quakers, Indians and women – all with main character commentary of disapproval.

Violence/death (moderate)
Mention of Massachusetts massacres, Maternal death, domestic abuse (mentioned not described)

Kisses only. Side character is an unwed pregnant mother in crisis

Witch craft & Salem trials Superstitious white magic and unnerving mentions of witches/devil worship, hangings and accusations of innocence women and children. In my opinion, all appropriately discussed.

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