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Time Travel: Science Fiction and Romance

Anastasia McPherson "Bibliophile"
The list author says: "Time travel is one of my favorite sub-genre's and I have spent joyful hours reading books that fall into both the Sci-Fi and the Romance genres and a couple that read as straight fiction. Enjoy!"
Doomsday Book
Doomsday Book
"Connie Willis' book is one of my favorite time travel universes. She packs so much in here, great historical research, screwball comedy, characters both moral and realistic and even some romance."
To Say Nothing of the Dog
To Say Nothing of the Dog
"More in the Connie Willis time travel universe."
A Shortcut in Time
A Shortcut in Time
"Reads as straight fiction and a wonderfully tricky ending."
The Anubis Gates (Ace Science Fiction)
The Anubis Gates (Ace Science Fiction)
"A time travel tale where the protagonist doesn't immediately find his place in the society he finds himself. Brilliant!"
Flashforward
Flashforward
"Soon to be a TV series! Read it in anticipation."
The Mirror
The Mirror
"Romance and time travel! I read this as a girl!"
Outlander
Outlander
"A bodice ripper for the time travel crowd, but well written and fun. This has many sequels, each better selling thatn the last."
Island in the Sea of Time
Island in the Sea of Time
"The first in Stirling's novels of The Change. Nantucket Island is swept back in time to the Bronze Age. Check out his related series in Dies the Fire, which is post-apocalyptic, but set in the same universe."
Against the Tide of Years
Against the Tide of Years
"Second in the series about Nantucket in the Bronze Age."
On the Oceans of Eternity
On the Oceans of Eternity
"Final entry into the Nantucket series."
In the Garden of Iden (The Company)
In the Garden of Iden (The Company)
"Kage Baker is funny and combines time travel and romance in this first entry into The Company series of novels. Really amazing, though later novels veer farther into hard science fiction territory. All are wonderful - especially the volumes of short stories that flesh out the characters. Highly recommended."
Sky Coyote (The Company)
Sky Coyote (The Company)
"Book 2 of The Company novels."
Mendoza in Hollywood (The Company)
Mendoza in Hollywood (The Company)
"Book 3 of the Company!"
The Graveyard Game (The Company)
The Graveyard Game (The Company)
"Book 4 of the Company."
Black Projects, White Knights: The Company Dossiers
Black Projects, White Knights: The Company Dossiers
"The first book of Company short stories. Highly recommended."
The Life of the World to Come (The Company)
The Life of the World to Come (The Company)
"Book 5 of the Company."
The Children of the Company
The Children of the Company
"Book 6 of the Company!"
The Machine's Child (The Company)
The Machine's Child (The Company)
"Book 7 of the Company."
Gods and Pawns (The Company)
Gods and Pawns (The Company)
"The second book of Company short stories."
The Sons of Heaven (The Company)
The Sons of Heaven (The Company)
"The final novel of The Company and worth the journey, which is worthwhile on its own."
TIME AND AGAIN
TIME AND AGAIN
"Another great blend of romance and science fiction, this one is a classic."
From Time to Time
From Time to Time
"The sequel to Time and Again."
The House on the Strand
The House on the Strand
"Du Maurier was a great writer and very popular in her time. She is mostly remembered for Rebecca, but deserves to be remembered for this great time travel romance as well."
Green Darkness (Rediscovered Classics)
Green Darkness (Rediscovered Classics)
"I like to read popular novels of generations I don't belong to and I remember my mother reading this when I was a small girl. Reincarnation provides the vehicle for time travel here and Anya Seton is enjoying new popularity with reprints."
Replay
Replay
"Time travel with a Christian theme."
Household Gods
Household Gods
"Back to Ancient Rome for a modern woman."
The Many-coloured Land (The Saga of the Exiles)
The Many-coloured Land (The Saga of the Exiles)
"The first in a tetrology that sends people back to the Pliocene. These are then connected to 5 more books of hard science fiction. Worth checking out."
The Golden Torc (The Saga of the Exiles)
The Golden Torc (The Saga of the Exiles)
"Book Two in the Saga of the Pliocene Era. If you like these four, there are another five books set in the future that these time travelers come from. All are highly recommended for the reader who likes an epic."
The Adversary (The Saga of Pliocene Exile)
The Adversary (The Saga of Pliocene Exile)
"Book 3 in the Pliocence."
The Nonborn King
The Nonborn King
"Book 4 in the Pliocene."
Kindred
Kindred
"Back to the bad old days of slavery by a 1970's woman. She may be African American and she knows her history, but even she isn't prepared for the reality."
Somewhere In Time
Somewhere In Time
"The quintessential time travel romance."
Lest Darkness Fall & To Bring the Light
Lest Darkness Fall & To Bring the Light
"An early classic."
The Watch: A Novel
The Watch: A Novel
"What if you were offered a life in the future on your deathbed? What if you didn't understand the price at the time the bargain was made? Intriguing and the authors other works are recommended as well."
Blackout
Blackout
"Part I in Connie Willis's epic story of time travel to WWII England. Recommended with it's companion volume recently published, All Clear."
All Clear (Hugo Award Winner - Best Novel)
All Clear (Hugo Award Winner - Best Novel)
"The completion of the epic tale of Time Travel to WWII, All Clear."
Time on My Hands
Time on My Hands
"A wonderful melange of time travel, golden age Hollywood, changing history and political opinion. What would happen if Ronald Reagan had never been president? the hero of this book works to change the history of the late twentieth century in the mid-twentieth century. A lot of fun!"