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What if everything you believed about the world was a lie? 


Ephraim and Gwen have to face this possibility as they struggle to correct seemingly nefarious and nonstop variations to their timeline. 


Gwen Navarro has come back to life in so many ways now that she is a time traveling agent with the FBI’s black op, the Transtemporal Agency. Together with her new found love, Ephraim, she is determined to keep the timeline safe. Ephraim is thriving in his work and his relationship with Gwen, keeping his own demons in the past. Everything seems to be going perfectly. However, things get complicated when the timeline starts to shift. Extra people keep appearing, and others disappear entirely. The team can’t keep up with the constant flux. 


 Without any real clues, or tangible evidence, Ephraim and Gwen set out to discover the cause of the variations to the timeline. But when they are separated by time and space, their love and their work is threatened. How can they fix the variations when they aren’t even in the same place at the same time? Roaring through the timeline, the second installment of Gwen and Ephraim’s story comes full circle, as they work with the TA agents to try and fix the variations before the timeline disappears altogether, taking them and everyone they love with it. 

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What if you could go back in time and change the one thing you regret the most?

Gwen Waters gets the chance to find out when she’s recruited into the time traveling black op run by the FBI. In the six years since the loss of her husband and infant daughter, Gwen has been in survival mode, trying to just get through every day, barely living. Then the Transtemporal Agency comes knocking, offering Gwen a second chance at a life, and the opportunity to do good in the world.

Gwen quickly discovers that time travel is dangerous and challenging. She feels the exhilaration of having a purpose again--correcting rifts in the timeline. She also finds friends and support unlike she’s ever experienced. Gwen starts to realize that she could actually be happy. Despite the magical new life she’d been handed, Gwen can’t stop asking herself, what if her husband and daughter hadn’t died? Is it worth giving up all she’s gained to go back and undo the last six years? What will happen to the Transtemportal Agency if she decides to go back?

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