What’s an ordinary girl to do when a time-traveling WWII soldier crashes into her room?
Sixteen-year-old Julia’s world is already a mess. Her quarterback boyfriend just left her and broke her heart. Her high school counselor wants to know why her grades are taking a tumble, but all she wants to do is hide. And what if she can’t get into a good college? Would her parents understand?
But her life is about to get even more complicated when she wakes up one morning and finds a soldier from 1944 in her bed.
Eighteen-year-old Edmond thought he was dreaming when he fell asleep in his own room in Chicago. What grunt wouldn’t dream of leaving the miserable battlefield in France, go home to America, and have a good night sleep in his own bed.
But when he woke up, he finds a strange girl lying beside him. He's home alright—in 1989! To his nightmare, the girl drives a Japanese car and listens to Milli Vanilli, a German band.
Is their encounter an error in time or a will of fate?
Find out in this tale of two young people whose love for each other knows no bound.
“This novel gives readers much to think about, including choosing between duty and love, which sometimes means choosing both. I highly recommend it for readers of all ages.” – Aurora Rescue Blog