Deep feelings and good characterizations are not easy to develop in such a short story, but the author manages it really well. Ethan pulled me in from the very start; while it was the initial humor that made me smile, it was his cluelessness that kept me reading. I wanted to know if he’d get it. And at the end, when he finally admitted how he felt, the depth of his emotions was very rewarding. If you like short, sweet stories with a (temporal) twist, you will probably like this one.
"Short, but sweet and really well done, this friends to lovers novella hit my sweet spot early on. ...John Solo does such a great job narrating both the male and female character voices of the story.... I loved when Ethan and Jude get together the story doesn’t fade to black immediately, but the reader/listener is given time to see the interaction between the characters and to get a better sense of their relationship and how well they work together....I wouldn’t change anything about the story, it was just what I was looking for right when I needed it: a perfectly charming, fluffy romance with a wonderful HEA."
Places in Time is a funny, sexy short story worth listening to. As an added bonus, Cardeno C.—or Ginger, rather—has a lesson to teach us. Sometimes we all need a good kick in the pants to see what is right in front of our noses!