When Jacob Hornblower's brother, Caleb, goes back in time and decides to stay there because he fell in love, Jacob is hurt and angry. Using the information Caleb sent back from his ship, he discovers a way to go back in time himself. When he arrives at Caleb's cabin, however, he learns that Caleb and his wife are gone, but instead stays with Libby's sister, Sunny.
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Sunny and Jacob are always at odds, and sparks of all kinds fly from the beginning. They finally sleep together, and on a trip to Portland Jacob tells Sunny he loves her. Everything is fine until Caleb and Libby return home.
Jacob wants Caleb to come back to the 23rd century with him, even if he has to bring Libby. But Libby is pregnant and neither want to leave. While Caleb and Jacob are fighting, Libby tells Sunny the truth about where Caleb and Jacob are from. Sunny is furious and confronts Jacob. They reconcile, but he is leaving the next day. He promises to return, but Sunny doesn't want to wait for that, so she stows away on his ship and goes back to the future with him.
The review of this Book prepared by Rachael High