Stealing Time, by Wendy Sparrow

Stealing Time (Servants of Fate Book 1)

Father Time’s son, Zeit Geist, must sacrifice a mortal’s lifetime to the Fates each New Year’s Eve. Last year—inexplicably, really—he made an 11:59 substitution. The Fates are pissed and they’re after his mortal Hannah. With the year ending, he ought to figure out why he’d saved her—and why he keeps doing it.

Following an unlucky year, Hannah Lyons needs a week’s holiday in a lodge to unwind. What she gets is near-death experiences and a sexy immortal who can’t avoid kissing her, but might have to kill her. After all, even Zeit can’t hold back time indefinitely.

My review:

** I volunteered to read an advance reader copy. **

This was cute, heartwarming, and sweet novella.  An engaging plot premise set in the society of today.  A very clean and easy read.  I enjoyed the journey and fell under its spell and grinned through most of my reading.

My rating:  Redbreast

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