What happens when you toss a hurricane and time travel in a blender? You get this fantastic book by,
KJ Waters. Celebrating her birthday during Hurricane Charley that is striking Orlando with her friend Steph,
Ronnie Andrews decides to spend the rest of her special day with her boyfriend Jeffery, who works at a weather
lab. Little does she know, Jeffery has a gift in a watch that will send her back to eighteenth century London. Once there, she finds herself in the body of a teenager named, Regina. Ronnie's (Regina) speech is foreign
to everyone in that time period and throw in that Regina's brother has special plans for her, things become dicey.
She refuses to take part in her brothers plan, becomes defiant, and is then accused of being a witch. Now it
becomes a desperate search to find the watch Regina's brother took that can send her back to her own time. Besides the main story arch of Ronnie, the secondary one focused on her friend's Steph and Nick as they ride
out the hurricane within Steph's home. It was interesting, but I would have liked to have read more about
Jeffery's frantic effort to bring Ronnie back. Overall, Stealing Time is a great read and a fantastic debut novel from KJ Waters. The story flowed well, the
characters were well developed, and she did a fantastic job of setting me back in eighteenth century London. A solid 4.5. Since Amazon won't let me do a .5, this book is a deserving 5 star.