17 Time Travel Romance Books You Should Read

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Are you ready to go on an adventure that defies the boundaries of time? Welcome to the captivating world of time travel romance books, where love knows no limits, not even those set by the hands of a clock. Imagine being swept away to a different era, where historical backdrops, timeless love, and the thrill of the unknown intertwine to create stories that linger long after the last page is turned.

From passionate liaisons in medieval castles to heartfelt connections in the distant future, time travel romance offers a unique escape into worlds where the heart beats across centuries. Join us as we journey through the pages of some of the most enchanting and exhilarating time travel romances ever written. Fasten your seatbelts – we’re about to take a leap through time!

17 Time Travel Romance Books

Time travel opens up endless creative possibilities for plot development. The obstacles and challenges lovers face, separated by time, add depth and tension to the narrative. Time travel adds adventure, fantasy, and thrill to romance, making a story complex. But if you take the time to understand and read twice, it seems very easy to read.

Most of the time, time-traveling plots are boring, but the romance trope makes it interesting. It allows us to escape the constraints of the modern world and explore different times and places, offering a unique escapism that many find captivating and refreshing.

As a sci-fi and romance reader, I love reading time-travel stories. So, I have a long list for you discussing 17 popular books. These books transport characters (and readers) to different historical periods, offering a glimpse into various eras. This provides a rich backdrop for the romance and an educational experience about different times and customs. Let’s go!

NameKey FocusTropes
Dragonflight by Anne McCaffreyThe revival of dragon-powered defense against the deadly Thread in the world of Pern.Dragons as bondable creatures, telepathic connections, time travel, female empowerment, political intrigue, inter-species cooperation, medieval-like societies, environmental threats, coming-of-age, cultural conflicts.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. RowlingHarry’s third year at Hogwarts, where he faces new dangers with the escape of the notorious Sirius Black from Azkaban prison.Magical education, wizarding prison escape, dementors as embodiments of fear, time travel, mysterious family history, teenage rebellion, magical creatures (like Hippogriffs), dark wizard pursuit, friendship trials, moral ambiguity, identity revelations.
Night Watch by Terry PratchettSam Vimes is accidentally sent back in time, and must face the political intrigue and turmoil of Ankh-Morpork’s past while mentoring his younger self.Police procedural in a fantasy setting, social commentary, satire of historical revolutions, mentor-protégé dynamic, doppelgänger elements, moral dilemmas, dark humor, urban fantasy, character development through past experiences, exploration of personal identity.
All Clear by Connie WillisA time-travel story set during World War II, where historians from the future become stranded in the past, experiencing the realities of the war and trying to find a way back to their own time.Time travel paradoxes, historical accuracy in science fiction, World War II setting, blending of historical and futuristic elements, multiple perspective narrative, the chaos of war, the resilience of the human spirit, themes of sacrifice and heroism, exploration of historical impact on the present, suspense and mystery elements.
Woman on the Edge of Time by Marge PiercyA Mexican American woman communicates with a future utopian society, challenging her views on social norms and leading her to question the reality of her own existence.Utopian and dystopian visions, time communication, feminist themes, mental health and institutionalization, socio-political critique, cultural and racial identity, alternate realities, empowerment and resistance, questioning societal norms, speculative future society, psychological depth.
The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey NiffeneggerA romantic science fiction novel about the complex and challenging relationship between Clare, an artist, and Henry, a librarian with a genetic disorder that causes him to time travel unpredictably.Involuntary time travel, star-crossed lovers, non-linear narrative, the impact of time on relationships, destiny and free will, coping with loss, the blend of ordinary life and extraordinary circumstances, love transcending time, ethical dilemmas of time travel, poignant and bittersweet romance, exploration of memory and identity.
Dark Matter by Blake CrouchA physics professor is abducted into an alternate universe, leading him on a thrilling and existential journey through parallel worlds to return to his own life and family.Alternate realities, quantum mechanics, existential crises, search for identity, moral and ethical implications of science, love and sacrifice, suspense and mystery, exploration of ‘what if’ scenarios, philosophical questions about choice and path not taken, high-stakes adventure, psychological thriller elements.
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’EngleA science fantasy novel about young Meg Murry, her brother Charles Wallace, and their friend Calvin O’Keefe embarking on a journey through space and time to rescue their father from a malevolent force.Interdimensional travel, good vs. evil, coming-of-age, family bonds, empowerment of youth, blending of science and fantasy, Christian allegory, strong female protagonist, the power of love, overcoming personal weaknesses, intellectual curiosity, confronting societal conformity.
A Traveler In Time by Alison UttleyA story about a young girl, Penelope, who slips back in time to the Elizabethan era, becoming involved in a plot to rescue Mary, Queen of Scots.Time slip, historical fiction, Elizabethan England, young heroine, adventure and mystery, cultural contrast between different time periods, personal growth through historical experiences, themes of loyalty and bravery, family secrets, blending of fantasy and reality, exploration of historical events through a modern lens.
The Storm Keeper’s Island by Catherine DoyleA fantasy adventure about Fionn Boyle, a young boy who discovers his destiny as the new Storm Keeper of Arranmore Island, where he must harness the magical powers of the island to protect it from a dark and ancient evil.Coming-of-age, magical inheritance, island setting with mystical history, battle between good and evil, family legacies, connection to nature and elements, Irish mythology and folklore, self-discovery and bravery, intergenerational relationships, hidden magical world, the power of memory and time.
A Handful of Time by Kit PearsonThe story of Patricia, a young girl who, while staying at her family’s lake cottage, discovers a magical watch that allows her to time travel to the past, where she learns about her family’s history and gains perspective on her own life.Time travel through a magical object, self-discovery, family secrets and history, intergenerational relationships, coming-of-age, summer vacation setting, personal growth and maturation, exploration of past and present, dealing with family issues, Canadian setting, adventure and mystery.
Making History by Stephen FryA speculative fiction novel where a young historian, Michael Young, collaborates with a physicist to prevent Adolf Hitler’s birth, inadvertently creating a timeline where Germany wins World War II, leading to unforeseen and dramatic consequences.Alternate history, time travel, ethical dilemmas of changing the past, unintended consequences, exploration of historical events, World War II revisionism, science and history intersection, dark humor, moral complexity, speculative scenarios, paradoxes of causality, exploration of identity in different historical contexts.
So Close to You by Rachel CarterA young adult novel centered on Lydia Bentley, who discovers a government conspiracy involving time travel and embarks on a journey to unravel her family’s secret history, leading her to a romantic entanglement with a mysterious boy from another time.Time travel adventure, government conspiracies, family secrets, forbidden romance, historical mysteries, coming-of-age journey, small-town secrets, altering the past, personal and historical discovery, blending of science fiction and romance, teen protagonist facing extraordinary challenges.
The Time Paradox by Eoin ColferA book in the Artemis Fowl series, where the teenage genius Artemis Fowl travels back in time to steal a lemur whose extinction in the past could save his mother’s life in the present, leading to complex moral dilemmas and high-stakes adventures.Time travel with consequences, moral ambiguity, teenage genius protagonist, magical creatures and technology, environmental themes, high-stakes heist, family loyalty, manipulation of past and present, fantasy and science fiction, character development and ethical growth, action-packed adventure.
Gideon the Cutpurse by Linda Buckley-ArcherA novel about two modern-day children, Peter and Kate, who are accidentally transported to the 18th century through a time-travel experiment gone awry, where they meet Gideon, a gentleman thief, and go on an adventure to return to their own time.Accidental time travel, historical adventure, cultural and temporal dislocation, children in adult situations, friendship across time, moral questions, 18th-century England setting, clash of modern and historical perspectives, pursuit and escape, innocence and experience, quest for home, the interplay of science and history.
The Time Bike by Jane LangtonA children’s novel about Eddy Hall, who receives an extraordinary bike that can travel through time.Time travel via a magical object, child protagonist, historical exploration and adventure, learning through experience, family and sibling dynamics, whimsical and imaginative storytelling, lessons from history, encountering historical figures, personal growth and understanding, fantasy and reality, curiosity and bravery.
The Time Garden by Edward EagerA children’s fantasy novel where four cousins discover a magical thyme garden that allows them to travel through time, leading to various adventures as they meet historical figures and navigate different eras.Time travel through a magical garden, children as protagonists, historical adventures, encounters with famous historical figures, magical realism, lessons from history, whimsical and imaginative storytelling, exploration of different time periods, family dynamics, blending fantasy with historical fiction, childhood wonder and curiosity.
Time Travel Romance Books List

1. Dragonflight (Dragonriders of Pern)

This is the first book in the Dragonriders of Pern series. The time-traveling element at the end of this novel resolves the entire plot. The dragons in this world can teleport instantly from one place to another. You will discover that they can do that in time as well. It’s something that the characters also discover, allowing them to resolve the plot.

It is a creative adventure novel with the perfect amount of romance. By this story, you could go back in time and make some changes that would alter the course of your existence without your past self noticing that you were there without anything in your memory changing and being able to gain insight into some weird stuff at the time.


Author: Anne McCaffrey
Average Rating: 4.7/5
Category: Epic Fantasy
Number Of Pages: 299
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Kindle | Mass Market Paperback

2. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

This was another one of those books that I read when I was in my early teens. That shaped many things about me as a person and my reading habits. The story introduces Remus Lupin, a popular character in the entire series. The entire mini adventure at the end, when Harry and Hermione go back with Time-Turner. Also, they retrace all of their steps, and you see everything happening in a slightly different light.

You will realize that Buckbeak is not dead, and you’ve had this emotional revelation about Sirius and Remus and their past relationship with Harry. You’re so invested in the idea that they can save more than one innocent life tonight, but there are such dreadful consequences if they see themselves and then the realization that they don’t see themselves. But Harry sees his Patronus and imagines his father coming to save him. So, it’s an emotionally charged ending to this book.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Author: J.K. Rowling
Average Rating: 4.9/5
Category: Fantasy & Magic
Number Of Pages: 435
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle

3. Night Watch (Discworld)

This is a guard’s novel about Commander Sir Samuel Vimes of the City Watch. At the beginning of the book, he has a run-in with a hardened criminal who sends him back in time to the city watch of his youth. He spends the entire novel in his past timeline, trying to figure out if he’s ever going to be able to come back to the present. The fascinating thing about this is that the author describes the dual timeline.

Vimes meets his younger self and introduces himself to his younger self as someone completely different. From then on, he has to be around his younger self and figure out how he will try to come back to his present.

At this time, he’s married with a child and a commander of the watch as opposed to the past. In the past, he’s hung around and tried to give his younger self life advice. So it’s hilarious to see how a man lives through two different timelines with plots of romance and comedy.

Night Watch

Author: Terry Pratchett
Average Rating: 4.8/5
Category: Science Fiction Fantasy, Comedy
Number Of Pages: 480
Available: Mass Market Paperback | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Audio CD

4. All Clear

The books in the All Clear series are about Oxford academics who have access to time travel. In the future, Oxford University sends people back in time to various periods of history to figure out what it was like and then come back and write PhDs about it. Also, it’s impossible to change anything in the past. So these two books are more one very long book that had to be published in two volumes rather than the book and its sequel.

Different academics are sent back to London and other parts of England during the Blitz to observe what’s happening in the story. Something happens that means that they’re stuck there. There’s a problem with the technology, and they have to stay. As someone in London, someone is working with evacuees in the north of England. There’s someone at Dunkirk. So, there are a lot of stories woven together, which are romantic and war fiction.

All Clear

Author: Connie Willis
Average Rating: 4.4/5
Category: Historical Fiction
Number Of Pages: 656
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Audio CD

5. Woman on the Edge of Time

The protagonist in this book is Connie, who suffers from mental health issues and lives in poverty. She has escaped from a mental health facility where she was mistreated. Moreover, she runs into this weird person who tells her they’re from the future, and she gets plucked out of her life and taken into this weird, utopian future. There are a lot of questions about gender, the nuclear family, and how children are raised.

I was surprised because a lot of the time, time travel stories are about how you go back and change the past without changing it. But simultaneously, it was cool to glimpse a future and then have the protagonist’s choice. So, in this book has many elements: science fiction, feminism, fantasy, and romance.

Woman on the Edge of Time

Author: Marge Piercy
Average Rating: 4.4/5
Category: Dystopian Fiction
Number Of Pages: 376
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Kindle | Mass Market Paperback

6. The Time Traveler’s Wife

This is one of my all-time favorite books that I can reread repeatedly. It is a boy meets girl-type story with a highly complex twist. The main characters are Henry and Clare. We find out that Henry has something called Chrono Displacement Disorder. It means he has a genetic mutation that causes him to disappear into various time points, sometimes with himself, sometimes in the past.

All of the places he goes back to are tied to emotional events in his own life. Clare is the love of his life, and you get alternating chapters from their points of view. But Clare meets Henry for the first time when she’s a little girl, and Henry doesn’t meet Clare until he’s in his 20s. So they constantly overlap throughout history, and it’s a beautiful, heartbreaking, lovely time travel romance.

The Time Traveler's Wife

Author: Audrey Niffenegger
Average Rating: 4.4/5
Category: Time Travel Fiction
Number Of Pages: 500
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Audio CD

7. Dark Matter

This is by far the most sci-fi of all of these picks, and it’s also a real thriller. Jason Dessen is an atomic physicist teaching at a local university and has a wife and daughter. He isn’t quite at the level of success he wants, but he has a happy life. So he goes out to meet a friend for a drink one night and is drugged and abducted on his way home.

When he wakes up, he is in an alternate timeline, still Jason Dessen. But he is a very successful atomic physicist without a family. So he has to figure out what happened on Earth and whether his family still exists. It is a page-turner but scary and violent at some points.

Dark Matter

Author: Blake Crouch
Average Rating: 4.5/5
Category: Mystery Thriller
Number Of Pages: 340
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle

8. A Wrinkle in Time (Time Quintet)

This one was written in 1963 and is still a mainstay of middle-grade sci-fi. The plot is hard to explain if you haven’t already read it. But it involves a Tesseract, quantum theory, and mysterious neighbors that open doors into other worlds.

Our main character, Meg, and her little brother, Charles Wallace, go on a wild adventure to try and rescue their father, who has mysteriously gone missing. It still holds up. The language can be a little bit stilted by today’s standards. If you are not into reading the classic in its original form, I highly recommend checking out the graphic novel.

A Wrinkle in Time

Author: Madeleine L’Engle
Average Rating: 4.6/5
Category: Sci-Fi Adventure
Number Of Pages: 218
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Mass Market Paperback

9. A Traveler In Time

We have another classic published in 1939, which is still one of the gold standards of time travel in children’s fiction. Our main character, Penelope, is a sickly young girl. Her mother sends her to live in the country to get some fresh air with her family. So her family’s place in Derbyshire, England, is this ancient farmhouse steeped in history, and she’s drawn to a very particular area of the farmhouse.

Also, it turns out that she can step through a door into the 16th century, where she is suddenly embroiled in a plot to save Mary Queen of Scots. It’s one of the first examples of Time-Slip. So, rather than have a device or a machine of some sort, there is a fantastical element to these stories where you can step back in time. If you are a fan of classic middle-grade literature with romance, I highly recommend picking this one up.

A Traveller in Time

Author: Alison Uttley
Average Rating: 4.7/5
Category: European Historical Fiction
Number Of Pages: 336
Available: Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Mass Market Paperback

10. The Storm Keeper’s Island (Storm Keeper)

This was time travel in a way that I had never seen presented before. Fionn goes to Arranmore Island, where his grandfather and mother grew up. There’s magic sneaking into this island. Also, it turns out that his grandfather is the storm keeper, and he stores memories of the island and the people of the island in candles.

So, within Arranmore Island, you can travel within layers of memory of the island. But only within that one area by burning one of these candles. We included it in a past junior box, and it’s fantastic. The romance element is very short, but you will feel the adventure with time travel.

The Storm Keeper’s Island

Author: Catherine Doyle
Average Rating: 4.7/5
Category: Multigenerational Family Life
Number Of Pages: 336
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle

11. A Handful of Time

Our main character, Patricia, is sent again to stay with family, but she doesn’t know because her parents are finalizing their divorce. So she is unbelievably unhappy and has to stay with this family she’s barely met before. Her cousins think she’s sad and don’t want to spend time with her. Her aunt pities her and is sorry for her.

So she spends much time alone in one of the smaller cabins at this lake where her mom spent her summers growing up. She finds an old gold watch under the floorboards, and when she winds it, she goes back into the past, when her mother was twelve years old.

She is invisible when she travels back, so she’s watching her mom rather than becoming friends with her. But it’s a lovely family story, a coming of age story, and an excellent depiction of divorce for kids. So it’s multilayered, and you will love it.

A Handful of Time

Author: Kit Pearson
Average Rating: 4.8/5
Category: Classic Historical Fiction
Number Of Pages: 216
Available: Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Mass Market Paperback

12. Making History

This is a take on the age-old question: What would you do if you could go back in time and stop Hitler? So the main characters in this one are a history grad student and an old German physicist. Through using a laptop time machine, he goes back and prevents Hitler from ever being born and then comes back to their time thinking done and dusted. The world is going to be better off.

It turns out they have very much changed the world for the worse. You can change the future by changing the past. It opens up all fun doors, and this is Stephen Fry at his best with social satire.

Making History

Author: Stephen Fry
Average Rating: 4.1/5
Category: Contemporary British & Irish Literature
Number Of Pages: 594
Available: Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle

13. So Close to You

This is the best historical travel romance novel You want to read twice. Lydia Bentley has heard crazy government conspiracy theory stories about the Montauk Project. But then she finds out that all the rumors are true, and she ends up embroiled in this crazy government plot, time traveling back to meet her grandfather.

Somewhere along the way, she falls in love. I love this trilogy because of the history and the family secrets she discovers through her time-traveling adventures.

So Close to You

Author: Rachel Carter
Average Rating: 4.6/5
Category: Military Historical Fiction
Number Of Pages: 313
Available: Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle

14. The Time Paradox (Artemis Fowl)

This is the sixth book in the Artemis Fowl series, so you have to get through the rest of the series before reading this one. In this book, Artemis’s mother gets very ill, and the only thing that will cure her is the brain fluid of a lemur that has gone extinct.

So, they’re going back in time to save her from her terrible illness. There are all of these rules about time travel and using magic. Artemis Fowl fashion goes around, breaking all the rules and wreaking mayhem in the fairy world.

The Time Paradox

Author: Eoin Colfer
Average Rating: 4.7/5
Category: Action & Adventure Sci-Fi
Number Of Pages: 391
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Audio CD

15. Gideon the Cutpurse (The Gideon Trilogy)

The story is about two children, Peter and Kate. They observe the science experiment and open a time portal when it goes wrong. Somehow they were sucked inside, and they emerged in 1763. Also, they meet a cutpurse, a thief named Gideon. An evil villain called the Tar Man is trying to use time travel technology for his evil ends.

So they spend the next three books, The Time Thief and The Time Quake, trying to stop the evil and return to their own time. There are all these side effects of time travel. So they’re dealing with the repercussions of the decisions that they made in the past.

Gideon the Cutpurse

Author: Linda Buckley-Archer
Average Rating: 4.3/5
Category: Medieval Fiction
Number Of Pages: 416
Available: Hardcover | Audio CD

16. The Time Bike (Hall Family Chronicles)

This has magical elements in it, but it’s mostly set in normal times in each of the books that children usually come across some magical artifact or some puzzle from the past. Once they’ve unraveled it, it does something magical or exciting. Mostly, they’re living their everyday lives in the modern era. But then they’ll encounter a magical artifact like a bike that will take them back in time.

So, the two main characters are Eddy and Eleanor Hall. Eddy gets a new bike for his birthday, and it goes missing. Then he finds the time bike, goes on all adventures at different times and learns a little moral lesson at every spot he goes. I like the whole family chronicles because each book is so thoughtful. A lot goes into the plots and themes that are pretty deep for children’s literature.

The Time Bike

Author: Jane Langton
Average Rating: 4.5/5
Category: Sci-Fi Fantasy
Number Of Pages: 176
Available: Paperback | Hardcover

17. The Time Garden (Tales of Magic)

In this book, there are four siblings. They visit someone for the summer, and the people have a beautiful garden by the seaside. Whenever they pick a time like gimme time, crush it in their hands and smell it. Then, they wish to go to a certain time, and they are whisked away on adventures in the past.

One of the best things about this is a magical toad who lives in the garden, shepherds the children through their adventures, and gives them advice, which they do not follow and get into trouble. So it’s completely unpredictable.

The Time Garden

Author: Edward Eager
Average Rating: 4.4/5
Category: Classics Humor
Number Of Pages: 224
Available: Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle

5 time travel romance audiobooks

“Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon, narrated by Davina Porter – This is the first book in the popular Outlander series. It follows Claire Randall, a former combat nurse who is mysteriously transported from 1945 to 1743 Scotland. The narration by Davina Porter brings the story to life with its authentic accents and emotional depth.

“The Time Traveler’s Wife” by Audrey Niffenegger, narrated by Fred Berman and Phoebe Strole – This novel tells the story of Clare and Henry, who have a rare genetic disorder that causes them to time travel unpredictably. The dual narration captures both characters’ perspectives, adding depth to their unique love story.

“11/22/63” by Stephen King, narrated by Craig Wasson – While more of a thriller than a traditional romance, this novel includes a significant romantic subplot. It follows a man who travels back in time to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Wasson’s narration is engaging, making the lengthy novel a captivating listen.

“A Knight in Shining Armor” by Jude Deveraux, narrated by Steve West – This classic time travel romance revolves around Dougless Montgomery, who is transported from contemporary times to the Elizabethan era, where she meets a dashing knight. West’s narration enhances the romantic and historical aspects of the story.

“The Rose Garden” by Susanna Kearsley, narrated by Nicola Barber – This novel involves time travel to 18th-century Cornwall. It’s a story of love, courage, and mystery. Barber’s narration beautifully captures the atmosphere and emotion of the story.

5 time travel romance series

“Outlander” Series by Diana Gabaldon – The most well-known in this genre, the series begins with “Outlander,” where Claire Randall, a 20th-century nurse, is transported back to 18th-century Scotland. She falls in love with Jamie Fraser, a gallant Scottish warrior.

“All Souls Trilogy” by Deborah Harkness – Starting with “A Discovery of Witches,” this series combines elements of time travel, history, and romance. It follows historian and witch Diana Bishop and vampire scientist Matthew Clairmont as they time-walk through history.

“The Time Traveler’s Wife” Series by Audrey Niffenegger – The series begins with “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” focusing on Clare and Henry, who has a rare genetic disorder that causes him to time travel unpredictably. Their love story is both unique and heart-wrenching.

“Highlander” Series by Karen Marie Moning – This series, starting with “Beyond the Highland Mist,” combines Scottish history, time travel, and romance elements. It revolves around modern women finding love with ancient Highland warriors.

“Into the Wilderness” Series by Sara Donati – While not exclusively about time travel, this series, beginning with “Into the Wilderness,” offers a historical setting with elements of time-travel romance. The series weaves characters from “The Last of the Mohicans” and new creations in a rich historical tapestry.

5 historical time travel romance novels

“Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon – This follows the story of Claire Randall, a nurse from the 1940s who is transported back to 18th-century Scotland, where she meets and falls in love with the dashing Jamie Fraser.

“The Time Traveler’s Wife” by Audrey Niffenegger – This novel tells the unconventional love story of Henry, who involuntarily travels through time, and Clare, his wife, who has to cope with his frequent absences and dangerous experiences.

“A Knight in Shining Armor” by Jude Deveraux – This book revolves around Dougless Montgomery, a woman who finds herself transported back in time to the Elizabethan era, where she meets a knight, Nicholas Stafford, and they fall in love.

“Into the Wilderness” by Sara Donati – Mixing historical fiction with elements of romance, this novel is set in late 18th-century America. It follows Elizabeth Middleton, who falls in love with Nathaniel Bonner, a white man raised amongst Native Americans.

“The Rose Garden” by Susanna Kearsley – This novel tells the story of Eva Ward, who finds herself transported back to the 18th century in Cornwall, England. There, she becomes entangled in a world of smuggling, intrigue, and unexpected love.

5 steamy time travel romance books

“Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon – This popular novel, the first in a series, tells the story of Claire Randall, a nurse from the 1940s who is whisked back to 18th-century Scotland. There, she meets and falls passionately in love with Jamie Fraser, a charismatic Highland warrior.

“The Time Traveler’s Wife” by Audrey Niffenegger – A unique take on time travel romance, this book delves into the relationship between Henry, who involuntarily travels through time, and his wife Clare. Their love story is deeply emotional and filled with passionate moments that transcend time.

“Beyond the Highland Mist” by Karen Marie Moning – The first book in Moning’s ‘Highlander’ series, it focuses on a modern woman who is transported back to medieval Scotland, where she meets a dashing Highland warrior. The story is known for its steamy and romantic scenes.

“A Discovery of Witches” by Deborah Harkness – Part of the ‘All Souls Trilogy,’ this novel combines elements of fantasy, history, and romance. The story revolves around Diana, a witch and historian, and Matthew, a vampire scientist, as they go on a time-walking journey full of passion and adventure.

“Knight in Shining Armor” by Jude Deveraux – This romance novel features a contemporary woman who travels back to Elizabethan England, where she meets and falls for a gallant knight. The book is renowned for its blend of historical steamy romance.

These books remind us that love is a force that transcends time and space, connecting souls across eras and lifetimes. Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or an avid adventurer, these stories offer an escape into worlds where anything is possible, and every moment is a chance for love to rewrite history.

So, keep these books close to your heart, and whenever you yearn for a journey beyond the here and now, remember that an incredible adventure awaits within the pages of a time travel romance. Until our next timeless adventure, happy reading!

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