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Okay wonderful people, I've got a problem.
by Eugenia Riley
by Anne Marble Time travel romances such as Diana Gabaldon's hugely popular Outlander series are popular with readers. Many writers are tempted to try their hand at this subgenre.
It's hard to believe the time travel romance genre has been around for over 20 years-- and I only first read Jude Deveraux's 1989 classic "A Knight in Shining Armor" this summer, which makes me several decades behind most other people. However, I fell in love with it, because it tackles so many issues that most time travel romances are too afraid to take on. Like for example, the quality of life issue the heroine faces in the past-- and what happens when she tragically mucks up the timeline with her meddling?