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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Turn Back Time is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama, slice of life, and contemporary romance sub-genres, and was penned by author Annette G. Anders. Written as the opening novel in The Full Circle book series, this charming and heartfelt work explores the nature of life’s rare second chances and how we often struggle to believe in ourselves, no matter what stage of life we have reached. Protagonists Stella and David have loved and lost, and Stella has vowed to shake David off after he shattered her heart. Little does she know that David is still haunted by their break up, and a chance trip to France might be just the ticket to reunite them and put their ghosts to bed at last.
Author Annette G. Anders has crafted a truly charming romance and work of drama for mature reading audiences, one which commits itself to true realism in its depth of feeling, as well as the highs and lows that life delivers to us. One of the things which impressed me the most in this novel was the presentation of character, which takes center stage as we get to know the past and present of our central couple, as well as begin to hope for their future. The dialogue is witty and flows well to move the story forward, but it also has some truly raw moments of realism that will pluck at the heart-strings. Overall, I would highly recommend Turn Back Time as a must-read for fans of contemporary drama with much realism and accomplished prose.