Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Spotlight and Giveaway: The Time Traveler's Boyfriend

**Giveaway is now closed**

Today, we are featuring The Time Traveler's Boyfriend by Annabelle Costa. Thanks to TLC Book Tours, we have one e-book for a lucky reader in the US or Canada!

Claudia’s geeky boyfriend Adam has just invented a time machine.

No, really—he has. She doesn't believe it either until Adam provides her with definitive proof that he does, in fact, have a functioning time travel device sitting in the living room of his Manhattan brownstone.

But instead of getting ready to accept the Nobel Prize, Adam has very different plans for his groundbreaking invention. He wants Claudia to use the machine to travel back in time and stop the accident that landed him in a wheelchair over a decade ago, and prevent the trajectory of events that he believes ruined his life.

When Claudia reluctantly agrees to become the first human time traveler, she knows she’s making a big gamble. If she succeeds, she could have the happy ending with commitment-phobic Adam that she’s always dreamed of. But if she fails, it could mean the end of the universe as she knows it. (Synopsis courtesy of Goodreads.)

Check out an excerpt from the book here!

Annabelle Costa is a teacher who writes in her free time. She enjoys the wounded hero genre, involving male love interests with physical disabilities, who don’t follow the typical Hollywood perception of sexy.

Visit Annabelle at her blog.

Thanks to TLC Book Tours for sharing this book with our readers!

How to win:
Please tell us: If you could go back in time to change one thing in your life, where would you go and what would you do?

One entry per person.

Please include your e-mail address or a way to reach you if you win. Entries without contact information will NOT be counted.

US/Canada only. Giveaway ends April 27th at midnight EST.

Annabelle Costa’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, March 31st:  Book Marks the Spot
Wednesday, April 2nd:  Bound by Words
Thursday, April 3rd:  Luxury Reading
Monday, April 7th:  Reading Reality
Wednesday, April 9th:  Time 2 Read
Thursday, April 10th:  A Chick Who Reads
Monday, April 14th:  The Written World
Tuesday, April 15th:  The Reader’s Hollow
Tuesday, April 15th:  Simply Stacie
Wednesday, April 16th:  Cupcake’s Book Cupboard
Thursday, April 17th:  Bibliotica
Monday, April 21st:  Stuck in Books
Tuesday, April 22nd:  Chick Lit Central 
Wednesday, April 23rd:  Mom in Love with Fiction
Thursday, April 24th:  Patricia’s Wisdom
Thursday, April 24th:  Melody & Words
Monday, April 28th:  Bewitched Bookworms
Friday, May 2nd:  Peeking Between the Pages

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Janine said...

I would have worked harder on saving my last marriage


Charlotte said...

I would have gone to college.

Jessica said...

I don't really think there's anything I would change.

-Jessica M

Linda Kish said...

So many things I wish I would have done differently. Maybe not have married that first husband.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Unknown said...

I would of worked harder to save a friendship that I let go.


Carl Scott said...

There are a few things I would do differently in retrospect. I probably would stay in college and finish my degree for one. Thanks.

Carl Scott said...

Ooops - carlscott(at)prodigy(dot)net(dot)mx

bn100 said...

wouldn't change anything

bn100candg at hotmail dot com

Renee said...

I would go back to second year University and take that semester in Nice! Still haven't made it to Europe 20+ years later!

Re.flew at gmail.com

Jeryl M. said...

I would have let my husband's ex-wife have custody of our son because we did everything for him and he just spit in our face, and she made our live a living hell which we are still living with the results of.


Erica said...

I would have taken the job in Japan I was offered.

wordywon at gmail dot com

Anita Yancey said...

I would go back to high school and try to be a better student, so I could get into a good college.


Ro said...

Finish college.

klalmoon said...

I would choose another degree instead of teaching..lol..

yvie said...

I would've been nicer and more respectful to my mum when I was a teenager ,she doesn't ever mention it but I can remember so she must yvie-bru@hotmail.com

Unknown said...

I would have taken my studies more seriously!


Melissa said...

Thanks for participating and sharing your answers to our question.

Thanks to TLC Book Tours for sharing the book with our winner.

Random.org chose one winner from all entries with contact info (one entry per person).

Congrats to Erica (wordywon)!

Heather J @ TLC Book Tours said...

Thanks for featuring this book for the tour!