[New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams

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Overseas review ☆ 3 FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF A HUNDRED SUMMERS AND THE SECRET LIFE OF VIOLET GRANTAmiens France 1916 Captain Julian Ashford a British officer in the trenches of the Western Front is waylaid in the town suare by Kate a beautiful young Ame. in this shadowed hourThe vision guards my faith while overseaHer heart beats mine defeats eternityOversea by Julian AshfordWhen Wall Street analyst Kate Wilson attracts the attention of Julian Laurence she of all people can not uite understand why She s young pretty intelligent sure But having been described as sexy librarian than supermodel she cannot imagine her type would interest the tall handsome thirty three year old British billionaire Julian Laurence at the helm of the 20B Southfield Associates has steered its rise to one of the world s largest hedge funds But for all his wealth power and good looks Julian eschews publicity and celebrity His name has never been linked to any woman until he meets Kate At last he s found her AgainThis romance is set in dual timelines in France 1916 during the First World War and in mostly America 20078 Captain the Honorable Julian Laurence Spencer Ashford a twenty one year old British army officer is believed killed during a night patrol on the Western Front Somehow during the fighting Julian is transported into the 20th century Written in the first person from Kate s point of view Overseas is unashamedly a love story Kate is a 21st century career woman independent and worldly Julian is a product of a bygone era where men are bound by duty and honour a true gentleman This is also part mystery Someone is out to harm Julian and KateFor me the character of Julian was the focal point and strength in this story He is not your average contemporary romance hero His outmoded sense of chivalry is a delight His speech and manners lack the casual profanity of the 21st century His sexual self control is admirable and understandable given his absolute devotion to Kate With very little graphic description of the actual love scenes Beatriz Williams manages to convey the emotion behind the act the oneness of lovers What is it really that makes a man a good lover Beloved I ll do my best but I m rather a novice at all this he d said last night fumbling with the hooks of my bra and yet he d gone on as if he possessed the secret map to my body discovering hidden points of sensitivity I never knew existed touching my flesh with a preternatural sensual attunement delivering himself to me with every stroke As much as I enjoyed this debut it is not without its faults Julian is just a little too perfect His speech interspersed with frightful rotter and jolly is logical given his place and time of birth yet it was sometimes distracting and plummy Kate did gush way too much about his physical perfection and beautiful face The time travel explanation was a little weak and unconvincing As well the World War I timeline was a little under represented with about two thirds contemporary to one third historical and I would enjoyed details and descriptions in this settingSometimes a novel may not be perfectly written and yet the story itself may be so delightful satisfying and different that you can overlook the uibbles That s what I found with Overseas Vaguely reminiscent of Diana Gabaldon s Outlander series and Susanna Kearsley s timeslip novels of love across time Steam 2 ARC courtesy of Putnam Adult via Edelweiss The Rapids of a Great River rise to one of the world s largest hedge funds But for all his wealth power and good looks Julian eschews publicity and celebrity His name has never been linked to any woman until he meets Kate At last he s found her AgainThis Tracking Globalization romance is set in dual timelines in France 1916 during the First World War and in mostly America 20078 Captain the Honorable Julian Laurence Spencer Ashford a twenty one year old British army officer is believed killed during a night patrol on the Western Front Somehow during the fighting Julian is transported into the 20th century Written in the first person from Kate s point of view Overseas is unashamedly a love story Kate is a 21st century career woman independent and worldly Julian is a product of a bygone era where men are bound by duty and honour a true gentleman This is also part mystery Someone is out to harm Julian and KateFor me the character of Julian was the focal point and strength in this story He is not your average contemporary Fundamentals of Deep Learning romance hero His outmoded sense of chivalry is a delight His speech and manners lack the casual profanity of the 21st century His sexual self control is admirable and understandable given his absolute devotion to Kate With very little graphic description of the actual love scenes Beatriz Williams manages to convey the emotion behind the act the oneness of lovers What is it The Laughing Buddha Zen and the Comic Spirit really that makes a man a good lover Beloved I ll do my best but I m The Shadows Part 1 Black Dagger Brotherhood #13 rather a novice at all this he d said last night fumbling with the hooks of my bra and yet he d gone on as if he possessed the secret map to my body discovering hidden points of sensitivity I never knew existed touching my flesh with a preternatural sensual attunement delivering himself to me with every stroke As much as I enjoyed this debut it is not without its faults Julian is just a little too perfect His speech interspersed with frightful Nation as Mother rotter and jolly is logical given his place and time of birth yet it was sometimes distracting and plummy Kate did gush way too much about his physical perfection and beautiful face The time travel explanation was a little weak and unconvincing As well the World War I timeline was a little under Provenzalische Verwicklungen represented with about two thirds contemporary to one third historical and I would enjoyed details and descriptions in this settingSometimes a novel may not be perfectly written and yet the story itself may be so delightful satisfying and different that you can overlook the uibbles That s what I found with Overseas Vaguely Things to leave behind reminiscent of Diana Gabaldon s Outlander series and Susanna Kearsley s timeslip novels of love across time Steam 2 ARC courtesy of Putnam Adult via Edelweiss

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Overseas review ☆ 3 Rican Julian’s never seen her before but she has information about the reconnaissance mission he’s about to embark on Who is she And why did she track him down in AmiensNew York 2007 A young Wall Street analyst Kate Wilson learned to rely on logic an. I didn t have a clue what to expect when I started listening to this as an audio book but the narration was so good and the story so compelling I really didn t care what it was about I was GLUED and I wanted to know Overseas is a time travel story told through the POV of the heroine Kate Wilson It moves back and forth between modern day and 1916 France and unravels the mystery of just how and why Captain Julian Ashford is now living in today s world The story unfolds bit by bit and for the first half of the book it begs uestions than it answers But about halfway I started to see the bigger picture and could begin to understand the complexity of their tangled livesThe romance between Kate and Julian was original and so enjoyable I loved them as a couple Julian was a man from his time so his sense of honor and chivalrous behavior made him an endearing hero Kate got on my nerves at time and I wish she didn t wallow so much in her belief that Julian wanted to change her into a trophy wife The time travel aspect was interesting although it had a pretty weak explanation but I guess I would think any would be implausible The story was the best part but the romance was pretty good too It got very sugary sweet at the end almost nauseatingly so which brought my rating down to a 4 star The steam factor is low in the sense of fade to black but if you count all the endless cooing and wooing they do you might consider it a bit sexualI thought the narrator January LaVoy was wonderful so I would highly recommend this as an audio listen if you are interested in this story The Shadows Part 1 Black Dagger Brotherhood #13 reconnaissance mission he’s about to embark on Who is she And why did she track him down in AmiensNew York 2007 A young Wall Street analyst Kate Wilson learned to Nation as Mother rely on logic an. I didn t have a clue what to expect when I started listening to this as an audio book but the narration was so good and the story so compelling I Provenzalische Verwicklungen really didn t care what it was about I was GLUED and I wanted to know Overseas is a time travel story told through the POV of the heroine Kate Wilson It moves back and forth between modern day and 1916 France and unravels the mystery of just how and why Captain Julian Ashford is now living in today s world The story unfolds bit by bit and for the first half of the book it begs uestions than it answers But about halfway I started to see the bigger picture and could begin to understand the complexity of their tangled livesThe Things to leave behind romance between Kate and Julian was original and so enjoyable I loved them as a couple Julian was a man from his time so his sense of honor and chivalrous behavior made him an endearing hero Kate got on my nerves at time and I wish she didn t wallow so much in her belief that Julian wanted to change her into a trophy wife The time travel aspect was interesting although it had a pretty weak explanation but I guess I would think any would be implausible The story was the best part but the Lover Awakened Part 1 Black Dagger Brotherhood #3 romance was pretty good too It got very sugary sweet at the end almost nauseatingly so which brought my The Stench rating down to a 4 star The steam factor is low in the sense of fade to black but if you count all the endless cooing and wooing they do you might consider it a bit sexualI thought the narrator January LaVoy was wonderful so I would highly The Life Tree Poems recommend this as an audio listen if you are interested in this story

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Overseas review ☆ 3 D cynicism So why does she fall so desperately in love with Julian Laurence a billionaire with a mysterious pastWhat she doesn’t know is that he has been waiting for herthe enchanting woman who emerged from the shadows of the Great War to save his life. This is a time that I wish Goodreads would let you give a book than a five To say this book deserves a 10 plus plus is an understatement Do you remember the movie Kate Leopold Or The Time Traveler s Wife Overseas is similar to both but SO much better First of all through out the book I was craving for my own Julian I think it was a bigger craving than I usually have for chocolate Yes this means it s REALLY big Ms Williams really knows how to paint a man goddess with her writing It was almost like I could touch Julian s hair his features his scar and I just kept wanting It s not just Julian who the reader can almost touch Ms William s writes so beautifully with such vivid imagery Most people know that I tend to read books uickly however this wasn t the case here I had to stop myself from reading fast because then the story would end that much sooner and I just couldn t have thatI must warn you The minute you pick up this book you will be swept away into a beautiful historical fairy tale where true love wins Is there a certain food that is extra delicious to you or one that you can t get enough of One that you want to eat and of but then at the same time you eat it slowly because it s extra delicious Well that s exactly what this book is like I can t wait for book number two


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  1. says: [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams

    [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary read ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Beatriz Williams I'm going to be honest I skimmed the second half I have a hard time stopping once I've started a book but after a certain point I just couldn't look this dialogue suare in the face Oh Beloved how I've missed you

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    [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams I had high hopes for this one Time travel a WWI romance thing mixed with a modern day romance what's not to like? But there was a lot I didn't like about this especially on audio The syrupy dialogue began to irritate me to no end and I couldn't help thinking Kate was a major drip and wondered what Julian saw in her that kept him going for all these years after only knowing her for what a matter of days? Sorry I just didn't buy it

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    review Overseas read ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary in this shadowed hourThe vision guards my faith while overseaHer heart beats mine defeats eternityOversea by Julian AshfordWhen Wall Street analyst Kate Wilson attracts the attention of Julian Laurence she of all people can

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    [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams read ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary I truly wanted to like this book but I was sorry that I did not It is not the best example of this authors work It is a time travel romance with a storyline that was very confusing It was a great idea but how it was executed just did not make

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    [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary I found this on NPR's Lesser Known Lit Seeking Summer's Hidden Gems list That summer modifier is crucial Overseas is a fun uick read but the romance isn't very well written and the plot is basically nonexistent I love a goo

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    [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary I didn't have a clue what to expect when I started listening to this as an audio book but the narration was so good and the story so compelling I really didn't care what it was about I was GLUED and I wanted to know Overseas is a time travel s

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    read ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary review Overseas This is a time that I wish Goodreads would let you give a book than a five To say this book deserves a 10 plus plus is an understatement Do you remember the movie Kate Leopold? Or The Time Traveler's Wife? Overseas is similar to both but SO much better First of all through out the book I was craving for my own Ju

  8. says: review Overseas [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary

    [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams I really wanted to like this book because the premise sounded so interesting but it fell flat SPOILERS AHEADThis book was so ridiculously cheesy I hated Kate's personality throughout the entire story She was boring and complained about the dumbest things Her boyfriend Julian gives her a credit card to buy new things with while being held captive? WHAT NERVE I mean who gets fired from a job regardless of the

  9. says: [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams

    review Overseas [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary Beatriz Williams is a brilliant literary genius and as her words brought me from the bloody trenches of France in 1916 to the towers and glass

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    [New] (Overseas) Author Beatriz Williams Beatriz Williams Å 3 summary I love historical romance and time travel so this book was right up my alley And I loved it Julian is the uintessential gentleman hero not a reformed rake or antihero just a genuinely good kind loving person Were

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  • Paperback
  • 496
  • Overseas
  • Beatriz Williams
  • English
  • 10 November 2020
  • 9780425261262