Aye, I am a Fairy (The Fairies Saga Book 4) by Dani Haviland
Time travel can't be real...can it? There had to be another explanation. Leah's mother had disappeared a year ago, then suddenly reappeared looking forty years younger. She vanished again, but this time, left behind her solar-powered smartphone. Was Leah brave enough to look for clues on it? And where had Mom disappeared to? Again. Then there was the strange call from a Lord James Melbourne who claimed to have vital information. An internet search showed he was both rich and a hottie. He seemed sweet and generous, but could she trust him? James Melbourne grows out of his insecurities and overcomes his susceptibilities to manipulative blondes (as detailed in LOST: The Time Travel Romance That Started It All) in this action-filled epic that starts in the twenty-first century then bursts into 1783 after a well-planned rescue mission to interact with the 'fictional' characters of the time travel romance, LOST. A spunky time travel mystery sprinkled with romance and intrigue and peppered with sarcasm and irony, a delectable blend to savor, day or night, weekday or holiday. If you love sagas, try this one. **Note: The books in The Fairies Saga are numbered for historical sequence only. Each is a stand-alone story. If you decide you want to know more about a character: where they came from or where they eventually wound up, check out your book's number and go from there! Much like the Star Wars movies.
Book Length: Long Novel - 320-650 Pages