Rip Van Dyke: Book 1 in The Rip Van Dyke Time-Travel Series

Rip Van Dyke: Book 1 in The Rip Van Dyke Time-Travel Series

by Kate McLachlan

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Overview

When Van is suddenly transported twenty years into the future, she is dumfounded-and furious. Jill's silly time-travel experiment wasn't supposed to actually work. But it did, and now Van is stuck in the future. 2008, that is. A future in which Van's friends and lover have all aged twenty years, but Van has not. Jill, an old woman now, promises to recreate her time-travel machine and send Van back, but Van is skeptical and decides instead to try to make a life for herself in 2008.

It isn't easy. Patsy, her lover, never recovered from Van's sudden disappearance in 1988 and is now a deeply troubled old woman, in no condition to offer Van any help. Van has no home, no job, no money, not even a driver's license. But help and hope arrive in the form of Bennie, the steamy young woman whose intriguing overtures were off limits in the past. Van wrestles with herself. Does she remain faithful to Patsy despite the sudden chasm between their ages, or does she let herself accept the life, love and laughter that Bennie offers?

But when secret agents learn of Van' s leap through time, Van faces an even tougher decision. This time one of life or death.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012470706
Publisher: Regal Crest Enterprises, LLC
Publication date: 06/10/2010
Series: Rip Van Dyke Time Travel Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 228
File size: 326 KB

About the Author

Kate McLachlan lives in Eastern Washington with her wife, two dogs, and two cats. After teaching in the public schools for 14 years, Kate developed a case of temporary insanity and entered law school. All she really wanted to do was write stories but, despite the common misperception, legal briefs are not fiction, and Kate's creative urge was not satisfied by her day job. She writes now for the joy it brings her and for the joy she hopes it brings others.

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