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READERS LOVE JENNIFER MACAIRE!
‘Fascinating . . . Jam-packed with adventure and colour’ Jodi Taylor

***** ‘I loved the escapism, characters and the visual descriptiveness too‘ – AMAZON REVIEWER
***** ‘A very good read, and extremely well researched‘ – AMAZON REVIEWER
***** ‘I really enjoyed this book. Would highly recommend it’ – AMAZON REVIEWER
***** ‘A pacey, entertaining read‘ – AMAZON REVIEWER
***** ‘Loved this book! Can’t wait to read the next one!– AMAZON REVIEWER

A CULT CLASSIC TIMESLIP NOVEL FROM THE ACCLAIMED AUTHOR!

What do you do when the past becomes your future?

The year is 2089, and time-travelling journalist Ashley Riveraine gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to interview her childhood hero, Alexander the Great. She expects to come out with an award-winning article, but doesn’t count on Fate intervening.

Alexander mistakes Ashley for Persephone, goddess of the dead, and kidnaps her, stranding her in his own time. Being stuck 3000 years in the past with the man of her dreams wouldn’t be so bad if the scientists of the Time Institute hadn’t threatened to erase Ashley from existence if she changes history.

Ashley must now walk a tightrope, caught up in the cataclysmic events of the time, knowing what the future holds for the people she comes to love but powerless to do anything to influence it.

Join Ashley on her hilarious, bumpy journey into the past as she discovers where her place in history truly is…
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Praise for Jennifer Macaire’s Time For Alexander Series:

‘A fascinating glimpse into the Ancient World jam-packed with adventure and colour.’ Jodi Taylor, author of
the best-selling Chronicles of St Mary’s series

‘A vividly written, characterful, informed and unusual take on Alexander and Ancient Times. I loved it.’ Carol McGrath, author of The Silken Rose

‘Fun, sexy and at times incredibly sad, the story held me to the end and the research was incredible’ Karen King

The Time for Alexander Series