Slow Dreaming


Should he change the past for love?

As an agent for the Tempus Institute, Jason Adams’ task is to observe the past, not change it. But when he’s sent to 21st-century Wellington, New Zealand, during the last week of aspiring songwriter Sean Henderson’s life, Jason finds he can’t just watch from a distance. He and Sean quickly become friends and then lovers, and when the song that’s haunted Jason for years connects them in a way he never anticipated, he’ll risk changing history for the chance of sharing a future with Sean.

Author’s note: This story was originally published in 2012 by another publisher. This edition has some added content, and uses UK/NZ spelling to reflect its setting.

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1st edition published 2012 by Dreamspinner Press.
2nd edition published 2019 by LaceDragon Publishing.
Cover design by M Designs

Reviews

Hearts on Fire Reviews – 4.5 hearts
Rainbow Book Reviews
Queer Sci-Fi – reviewed by Maryann – “as one those stories to sit back, relax, and enjoy.”
Rainbow Book Reviews – reviewed by Serena Yates – “a delightful story. It is melancholy, almost lyrical, with quite a few twists, and a very surprising yet extremely satisfying ending.”
Jay Hogan on Bookbub – “Engaging mm romance set in NZ. A lovely read with delightful MC’s. Quirky and satisfying.”
Lou Sylvre – “an easy-to-fall-into read with lovable but real characters, a bit of angst that fits the circumstances, a fated-love romance, a heart-stopping moment, and an absolutely wonderful happy-ever-after.”

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