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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
Tabitha has just had a baby and is struggling with all the changes in her life the baby has created and is feeling tired, confused and unhappy with her new life. Milt, her husband, tries very hard to be supportive and understanding but is usually unsure of what to say to make Tabitha happy. One night when Tabitha can no longer deal with the strain, she embarks on a time travel journey in the car that will take her far into the future and return her to back before Milt can even suspect she has been on a two-day adventure. When she leaves 1999 and arrives in 2047, things are not exactly as she remembers them from her first visit there with Milt. Tabitha finds herself in one situation after another and lands up in jail. Tabitha has a lot of explaining to do when Milt learns of what she has done and now has to adjust again to living in 1999 with her loving husband and newborn son.
Science fiction mixed with real-life situations made reading Undercurrents in Time: Detours in Time Book 2 a really interesting story.
Undercurrents in Time felt very real and believable in both the present and future. Pamela Schloesser Canepa has done an excellent writing job of creating likable characters and a really good plot. While it is a science fiction story, it is also a story of drama, human emotions, and interactions that would be the same in the past, future and present relationship of any marriage. Undercurrents in Time is a book well worth reading!