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LOVE TIME TRAVEL ROMANCE BOOKS? YESTERDAY'S GOLD is for you! Hannah Gilmore is about to be married, to a member of one of Victoria, B.C.'s notable families. But first, she's promised to take her mother, Daisy, to Barkerville, historical site of a B.C. goldrush, to search out the resting place of an ancestor. But the trip becomes impossibly complicated when her mother LOVE TIME TRAVEL ROMANCE BOOKS? YESTERDAY'S GOLD is for you! Hannah Gilmore is about to be married, to a member of one of Victoria, B.C.'s notable families. But first, she's promised to take her mother, Daisy, to Barkerville, historical site of a B.C. goldrush, to search out the resting place of an ancestor. But the trip becomes impossibly complicated when her mother invites her difficult friend, Elvira, along--and insists on bringing her incontinent dog. ˃˃˃ AND THEN A BRIDGE COLLAPSES-- And suddenly Hannah and her irritating companions are in Barkerville. But it's 1868, the height of the Cariboo goldrush. They have to accept accommodation from a saloon keeper named Logan McGraw, a mysterious, handsome man who fought in the Americal Civil War, and who has a secret agenda for being in Barkerville. ˃˃˃ Hannah and her companions quickly learn that women have no rights in this time and place. But stubborn, intrepid, and imaginative, they set out to bring a semblance of woman's liberation to the primitive and harsh conditions, always hoping to return to their own time. ˃˃˃ HANNAH WAS ABOUT TO BE MARRIED--BUT NOW SHE'S FALLING IN LOVE. Logan is accused of murder, which means he'll hang. Hannah needs to find a way to free him. But as with everything else, nothing goes according to plan in this western historical time travel.


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LOVE TIME TRAVEL ROMANCE BOOKS? YESTERDAY'S GOLD is for you! Hannah Gilmore is about to be married, to a member of one of Victoria, B.C.'s notable families. But first, she's promised to take her mother, Daisy, to Barkerville, historical site of a B.C. goldrush, to search out the resting place of an ancestor. But the trip becomes impossibly complicated when her mother LOVE TIME TRAVEL ROMANCE BOOKS? YESTERDAY'S GOLD is for you! Hannah Gilmore is about to be married, to a member of one of Victoria, B.C.'s notable families. But first, she's promised to take her mother, Daisy, to Barkerville, historical site of a B.C. goldrush, to search out the resting place of an ancestor. But the trip becomes impossibly complicated when her mother invites her difficult friend, Elvira, along--and insists on bringing her incontinent dog. ˃˃˃ AND THEN A BRIDGE COLLAPSES-- And suddenly Hannah and her irritating companions are in Barkerville. But it's 1868, the height of the Cariboo goldrush. They have to accept accommodation from a saloon keeper named Logan McGraw, a mysterious, handsome man who fought in the Americal Civil War, and who has a secret agenda for being in Barkerville. ˃˃˃ Hannah and her companions quickly learn that women have no rights in this time and place. But stubborn, intrepid, and imaginative, they set out to bring a semblance of woman's liberation to the primitive and harsh conditions, always hoping to return to their own time. ˃˃˃ HANNAH WAS ABOUT TO BE MARRIED--BUT NOW SHE'S FALLING IN LOVE. Logan is accused of murder, which means he'll hang. Hannah needs to find a way to free him. But as with everything else, nothing goes according to plan in this western historical time travel.

30 review for Yesterday's Gold, Complete Series

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dian

    Absolutely enjoyed This book was a really well written time travel story. I love westerns and time travel. What a find. Time travel stories are always fantasy, more than others, the women were believable. Struggling to live in a world without so conveniences we have all taken in stride daily.

  2. 4 out of 5

    diann walker

    Logan and Hannah Every now and again someone finds true love. I think that the author captured that with Logan and Hannah. Sometimes you need to take the risk. I gave it four stars because the ending was rather shallow.

  3. 5 out of 5

    susan r hammond

    Loved it, I'm hooked on time travel and like a good western. Like I said time travel and western s. This book has them both plus a couple of old ladies. Sounds like a road trip I took. Well I skipped the time travel. Great book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Theressa Cooper

    Great Time Travel Great story involving two quirky older women and a heroine who, for awhile, refused to adapt to being in 1868. Hannah was a modern educated woman that wasn’t always so smart, particularly when she kept wearing modern day clothes in 1868 & then getting mad when the men/women kept thinking she was a prostitute. She really had trouble adapting to the female dress code after being transported back in time. She also didn’t know her history! I liked her a lot better after she wised u Great Time Travel Great story involving two quirky older women and a heroine who, for awhile, refused to adapt to being in 1868. Hannah was a modern educated woman that wasn’t always so smart, particularly when she kept wearing modern day clothes in 1868 & then getting mad when the men/women kept thinking she was a prostitute. She really had trouble adapting to the female dress code after being transported back in time. She also didn’t know her history! I liked her a lot better after she wised up. Logan, the hero, was a real cowboy. On a mission to avenge his sister who committed suicide after being seduced by a brothel owner, he falls in love with Hannah & has to decide what is more important - being with Hannah or getting revenge.

  5. 5 out of 5

    D Call

    Good story Hannah goes back in time almost 150 years to a mining town, where she meets Logan, a saloon owner. He gradually comes to believe her story as she gradually adapts to his time, both of them falling in love. Believable characters, well-paced plot, setting described enough without too much, for secondary characters. Stand alone HEA. Contains sex scenes, swear words, and violence (shooting, attempted rape, attempted murder, fist fight).

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Yesterday’s Gold Two weeks before Hannah was to be married she took a road trip with her mother Daisy and her mother’s friend Elvira. They got lost in a fog and ended up in 1868 from their 2014. Hannah fell in love with Logan in 1868. She accidentally ended back in the future with her mother and Elvira. Heart broken for Logan but then Logan ended in the future with bags of gold and right back into Hannah’s arms.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn Laing

    A beautiful time travel romance! Hannah Gilmore, along with her mother Daisy and her mother's friend Lavina drive up to Bakersville in British Columbia to look up her great great grandfather's plot in the local cemetery from the gold rush days there. On the way, they have an accident, crashing off a bridge into the Cariboo River and end up in the height of the gold rush in 1868 and she meets Logan McGraw. A lovely romance with great character.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jill M

    I enjoyed this book quite a bit. Someone else said, regarding the cover, that the man looks nothing like Logan. I agree. I really enjoyed the banter of the two older ladies and how Hannah grew much closer with her mom. I did want a little more of an epilogue, but at least there was one. A fast read, and steamy. Also very funny in spots.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Barbara "Cookie" Serfaty Williams

    Yesterday's Gold The love story of Hannah and Logan. Hannah is go to get marry in three weeks. She tell.her fiance that she and her mother are going on a road trip. The trip send her, her mother her mother's dog and best friend back in time. Hannah met Logan and a time where women have no right. Will she find love or will she want to return to the future? Ok story.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Diana

    A time travel to enjoy I enjoy time travel books. I like exploring history. The story of Logan and Hannah hold your interest from beginning to end. The ending has a different twist than most romances and will surprise you.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tressia Avellar

    A road twice traveled Time travel books are always so much fun for me, and when written this well they are even more enjoyable. Thank you for the free read, I look forward to reading more of your books.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pat Allen

    A fantasy fun read - lots of fun! What an enjoyable story! An engaged woman due to marry in two weeks, takes her mother and her mother's friend and a dog on a trip in the car. I won't spoil the story for anyone else but this fun, fantasy story is pure reading pleasure. I loved it!

  13. 5 out of 5

    NELL C.

    Good Read This novel is a sweet time travel romance. The characters are believable and the plot is interesting. There is a good contrast between women’s rights then and now. I enjoyed reading Yesterday’s Gold.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Norma Graves

    Really enjoyed the book The book got my attention early. The story kept my interest and I finished in a day. Very good time travel story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    Loved it! It's rare to find a time travel book where multiple characters go back in time, so that really made this one enjoyable. I loved how all gree and changed.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Terry

    Enjoyed this book. Have read it several times now.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Geraldine Rubin

    Excellent Loved the characters, loved the story!!! Well written story no foul language. I enjoy time travel stories and this one does not disappoint!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne Johnston

    I got this because it sounded like it might be funny. Nope. Not horrible. Kind of a unique time travel story.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sonia Santos

    Endearing love This book is truly a time travel love story that you want to make sure their love will last through and through.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Donia

    Fun Read Happy ending.. interesting how the story was put together for the time travel and the characters were likeable for the most part.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Gini Elliott

    Fun story but fairly predictable. With that said it held my attention to the end as it was simply entertaining. God fun quick read

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

    Nice This was a nice fast read. I enjoyed it but it was predictable. I like this Author and will continue reading her books.

  23. 4 out of 5

    M W

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm glad I had the opportunity to read this because I was truly surprised at how much I liked it. In the beginning, we are introduced to Hannah, a social worker with the usual insecurities. Hannah is engaged to Brad, a rather manipulative lawyer who convinces Hannah to let his wealthy, overbearing mother take over the wedding preparations though his mom considers Hannah unsuitable.Hannah's dad died leaving the family in debt a I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm glad I had the opportunity to read this because I was truly surprised at how much I liked it. In the beginning, we are introduced to Hannah, a social worker with the usual insecurities. Hannah is engaged to Brad, a rather manipulative lawyer who convinces Hannah to let his wealthy, overbearing mother take over the wedding preparations though his mom considers Hannah unsuitable.Hannah's dad died leaving the family in debt after gambling & drinking the family fortune away and her mom, Daisy, is fragile (though manipulative in her own way), still mourning her late husband. Two weeks before the wedding, Daisy convinces Hannah to drive her to Barkerville, a ghost town that was the site of the British Columbia gold rush. Along for the ride, are Daisy's incontinent little dog and Daisy's grouchy friend, Elvira. A drive of a few hours becomes an entire day of multiple stops giving Hannah a massive headache and a need to reach their destination as soon as possible. They end up on a rickety bridge that is covered in fog and don't see the horse drawn wagon until too late. Their van goes off the bridge and ends up in a stream below with only Hannah sustaining a bump on the head. After arriving in Barkerville, they finally accept that they've been transported back in time to 1868 and a full fledged active mining town (where the male/female ratio is 15 to 1) instead of a present day ghost town. They're taken in by the handsome owner of a local saloon/boarding house who develops a yen for Hannah (and she for him). After they deal with the culture shock, they settle in to the 1860's lifestyle punctuated by fights for women's rights, wishing for a hot bath every day and never ending proposals. I'll definitely check out some of this author's other titles now.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Deb

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Not a bad time travel romance. It had some laugh out loud scenes that I enjoyed, however the "emotional" girl misses boy part of the book fell a bit flat for me. I did like how the author wrapped up the ending, the reader wasn't left completely hanging in regard to wondering what happened to the characters that were left behind, their stories were sort of wrapped up at the end too. If you like time travel romance and are betwee I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Not a bad time travel romance. It had some laugh out loud scenes that I enjoyed, however the "emotional" girl misses boy part of the book fell a bit flat for me. I did like how the author wrapped up the ending, the reader wasn't left completely hanging in regard to wondering what happened to the characters that were left behind, their stories were sort of wrapped up at the end too. If you like time travel romance and are between books wondering what to read, this one would be an acceptable read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Ament

    I was gifted a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and I want to thank Bobby Hutchinson for this delightful story. Caught in a strange time warp, 3 modern women from 2014 find them selves suddenly in a booming gold town in the year 1868. She managed to detail the hard life that women led in the mid 1800’s. Covering area’s as mundane as cooking breakfast, to finding a job or even bathing. The story moved very quickly with characters that were easy to relate to. A quick read, I was gifted a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and I want to thank Bobby Hutchinson for this delightful story. Caught in a strange time warp, 3 modern women from 2014 find them selves suddenly in a booming gold town in the year 1868. She managed to detail the hard life that women led in the mid 1800’s. Covering area’s as mundane as cooking breakfast, to finding a job or even bathing. The story moved very quickly with characters that were easy to relate to. A quick read, perfect for a rainy Sunday afternoon.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sonia Fenton

  27. 4 out of 5

    lorna currie

  28. 4 out of 5

    lj james

  29. 5 out of 5

    Carol Westfall

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anne

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