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The Play's The Thing by Jessica Barksdale Inclan


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Also by Jessica Barksdale Inclan:

The Play's The Thing, May 2021
How To Bake A Man, November 2014
Paperback / e-Book
The Instant When Everything Is Perfect, February 2006
Trade Size
Walking With Her Daughter, April 2005
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One Small Thing, April 2004
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When You Go Away, April 2003
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The Matter Of Grace, May 2002
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Her Daughter's Eyes, May 2001
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The Play's The Thing
Jessica Barksdale Inclan

TouchPoint Press
May 2021
On Sale: May 18, 2021
Featuring: Jessica Randall; Will Shakespeare
ISBN: 0156634570
EAN: 2940156634576
Kindle: B08TCBHY8Z
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Romance Time Travel

Shakespeare has never been this sexy!

One evening when helping a colleague stage The Merchant of Venice, English professor Jessica Randall slides momentarily back to 1598. Later that night, she lands for good in the chambers of one William Shakespeare, a down-on-his luck playwright.

His biggest problem of late has been a non-stop stream of Jessicas apparating into his chambers nightly. Yet Jessica's appearance halts the visitations, though neither have a clue why. Can she get back to 2018? They don't know that either, and together they begin to craft a life together, all the while trying to break the time travel curse and avoid falling in love.

As Jessica grapples with practical (what is and how does one put on a farthingale?) and emotional (how to risk your heart when everything might disappear in an instant?) aspects of adapting to Elizabethan London, she must try to solve the mystery of the other Jessicas. More importantly, she must figure out how to get home without suffering from the broken heart she knows she can't avoid.

Despite being thwarted at every turn, Jessica manages to navigate her new world and her old one and save not only herself but Will Shakespeare and his legacy.

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