Jolt: An American Time-Travel Romance

Jolt: An American Time-Travel Romance

A 21st century woman shakes up a doctor's 19th century world.

When the summit of Pikes Peak is beset with a summer storm, Lalita Torres thinks the embarrassment of trading her shorts and tank top for a touristy union suit to keep warm is the worst that could happen.

She was wrong.

A lightning strike sends her back a hundred and twenty-three years and into the care of Dr. Tate Cavanaugh.

Lalita thinks she's in a reality TV show. Tate thinks she's lost her mind.

"TINGLES! Yes... this book gave me TINGLES! That's what I love in a romance novel and so many books fall short. I'm not looking for explicit sex. I'm looking for TINGLES! And this book definitely gave me TINGLES!"

"A charming, clean romance with lots of plot turns and twists to hold my interest."

"I can say this woman is a fantastic writer!!! The story is fast moving and quite incredible."

Title:Jolt: An American Time-Travel Romance
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    Jolt: An American Time-Travel Romance Reviews

  • Vish

    3.5 𝓢𝓽𝓪𝓻𝓼 When I got the book in the beginning. I was happy. Like this happy...It is sad to say that the story didn't live up to my (very high) expectations. The starting was very bold ...

  • Jean Holtof

    I thoroughly enjoyed Lalita's trip through time, ending up in a time period she liked until of course she had to cope with its morality, clothing styles and lack of technology, but instead she found l...

  • Gail G

    Old fashionedSweet story with clean plot but there is some mild cussing and aggression from men toward Native Americans. The going back and forth in time is far fetched but helped the HEA. The story d...

  • Katie K.

    Interesting premise but a waste of timeJust plain boring. I gave up at about 30%, then fast forwarded to about 50%, and the writing wasn't getting any better, so I skipped to the last couple of pages,...

  • Carisa Butterworth

    this was an enjoyable read with one exception, I can't understand why the heroin in such books are described to be very intelligent and educated but are portrayed to be unable to show even a minimum a...

  • Diane Horne

    Jolt: An American Time-Travel Romance (Book 1) By Jodi BowersoxFour stars, it may have been time travel book, but they never dealt with where she came from..Although it is a cute storyline..Bits of ma...

  • Holly

    The story was decent and had one particularly surprising element which I liked. The prolonged belief that it was reality tv fell flat and I found Lakota to be immature. The story line however was good...

  • Kristina Perez

    We!l developed charactersI really enjoyed this story. The characters are well developed, the story line consistent. I would like to learn more about what happened to Augusta. I will read the next book...

  • Cynthia Stewart

    Great book!!Very enjoyable book with likeable characters. Refreshing twist at the end even if a bit more time could have been spent coming to certain conclusions. I am excited to head to the next book...

  • Lissa

    A time travel story about Lalita being transported back to 1892 where she is found unconscious and brought under the care of the local doctor, Tate. The story is how their relationship develops. Just ...