Thursday, June 1, 2017

Title: Losing Time
Series: Lost Time #1
Author: Nicola Claire

“That is what we do, Miss Wylde. We mend Time. Catch it. Stitch it. Make it. We’re Surgeons of Time. And you’re about to go where no layperson has ever gone before. So trust me, when I say I am responsible for you. And believe me, when I say your presence alone could fracture or restore Time.”

Mourning the loss of her parents, Mimi Wylde embarks on a holiday of a lifetime with her twin sister. But when breaking the rules ends up shattering her understanding of the world around her, Mimi has to draw on more courage than her nickname, Mouse, would attest to. Losing everything she holds dear and challenging all that she believes to be true, Mimi faces up to a future that is tangled in a past too frightening to comprehend.

At the Royal Academy of Time Surgeons, things happen for a reason, even in their dreams. There are consequences to surfing time waves. So when Dr. Jack Evans inadvertently picks up a woman from the past, he knows immediately that Time has been tampered with. It doesn’t help that he’s been dreaming of the girl even before she arrives, and when she does, she proves to be everything he'd hoped for.

Time changes in the blink of an eye, and as Mimi and Jack chase down history, trying desperately to stop catastrophic oncoming events, they both start realising that dreams are always meant come true. Even the nightmares.


Losing Time begins when Mimi (Mouse) and her sister Carrie go to America to visit NASA. That is Mimi's dream, and since her parents are gone her sister wants to make it happen for her. 
But, this all changes when something happens with time, and now Mimi is "out of time." 

She ends up meeting Jack and his associates, and things get more crazy for Mimi. 

This book was really good. It was funny, sad, and had a love story as well. I loved Mimi and her nickname as well. She was a really awesome character, and I can't wait to read more about her. I'm looking forward to more in this series, and this was a good start to the series. Now, I will say some of the talk of time was a bit confusing to me, but it was explained so that helped a lot. Other than that I enjoyed the heck out of this book! 
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