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If I Could Turn Back Time: A Novel Paperback – June 14, 2016
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Praise for Beth Harbison
“Harbison delivers a worthy read…Ramie is relatable and endearing and offers everyone a chance to think ‘what if?’” –Library Journal on If I Could Turn Back Time
“Reader favorite Harbison infuses the story with wit and heart…High-school high jinks and the search for meaningful love make this novel both lighthearted and poignant.” –Booklist on If I Could Turn Back Time
“If you could re-do parts of your life, what would you change? Harbison’s character is faced with this question after an accident. The story is a quick, engrossing read that will have you at the end before you know it. If I Could Turn Back Time is a great book to add to Harbison’s already stellar collection!” –Romantic Times on If I Could Turn Back Time
A great book to add to Harbison’s already stellar collection!” –RT Book Reviews on If I Could Turn Back Time
“An enjoyable ride…Readers will want to pack this road-trip book in their beach bags.” –Booklist on Driving with the Top Down
Smart, funny, and unapologetically romantic." ―Publisher's Weekly (starred) on Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger
"A lighthearted romantic romp." ―USA Today on Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger
"Harbison dazzles in her latest, a perfect blend of chick lit and women’s fiction . . . Absolutely first-rate." ―Publishers Weekly (starred) on When in Doubt, Add Butter
"Delicious, just like dessert." ―People magazine on When in Doubt, Add Butter
"Touching, truthful, and profoundly satisfying." ―Jen Lancaster, New York Times bestselling author of Jeneration X on Always Something There to Remind Me
“Harbison serves up a deliciously light blend of 1980s nostalgia and women’s fiction…She raises the emotional stakes and gives this story a little more bite without losing her fun, breezy style.” –Publishers Weekly on Always Something There to Remind Me
"Harbison continues to wow readers with her charm and genuine characters." ―Booklist on Hope in a Jar
"A fast and fun read...sure to appeal to anyone who came of age in the late 1980s."―Library Journal on Thin, Rich, Pretty
"Harbison's writing is zingy and funny..." ―Publishers Weekly on Secrets of a Shoe Addict
"Harbison's latest is a captivating, sparkling tale, filled with wit and charm ... Superb character development and a winning plotline make this an engaging novel not to be missed." –RT Book Reviews on Shoe Addicts Anonymous
About the Author
BETH HARBISON is The New York Times bestselling author of Driving with the Top Down; Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger; When In Doubt, Add Butter; Always Something There To Remind Me; Thin, Rich, Pretty; Hope In A Jar; Secrets of a Shoe Addict; and Shoe Addicts Anonymous. She grew up in Potomac, Maryland, outside Washington, D.C., and now divides her time between that suburb, New York City, and a quiet home on the eastern shore.
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Jen Lancaster's Here I Go Again is the same type of story, but way more fun. Ramie seemed so confused and scared by being back in high school (as I'm sure one would be scared to time travel 20 years in the past), but in Here I Go Again, Lissy had fun with it, and actually did things differently. Again, I just felt like Ramie was looking for life lessons around every corner, and nothing really came of her time traveling. Both of her best friends are about to become parents and aren't going to have as much time for her anymore. Give her a few months and she probably would have opened up the dating website without the whole going back in time thing.
Not a terrible book, but if someone were to ask me for a fun time-travel-back-to-high-school book I'd recommend Jen Lancaster's story before this one.
If you haven't read Thin, Rich, Pretty or Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Finger, or Always Something to Remind Me, save your time and read one of those instead.