The Blue Dress by Lara MacGregor

The Blue Dress: A Dual Story Across Time by Lara MacGregor
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Paranormal, Contemporary, Historical
Length: Short Story (17 pages)
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

One woman must make a sacrifice to insure the future. Another must give up something to save the past. What happens when the 21st century meets the 19th for a dual tale across time?

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This story had such a unique method of time travel. It’s not something I’ve come across in this subgenre before, and I’ve read a ton of it! The fact that the author was able to surprise me only made me more curious to keep reading. I couldn’t wait to find out how this plot device worked and whether the characters would be able to reach their goals. They had a lot of obstacles in their paths, and their contact was so limited that I really wondered how it would all work.

I would have liked to see more time spent describing the characters and settings in this tale. I enjoyed the plot twists quite a bit, but I had trouble picturing what was happening because of how little time was spend explaining what everyone and everything looked like. If this had happened, I would have selected a much higher rating for it as the premise itself was creative and thought provoking.

The friendship between Edith and Adelaide made me smile. Both of these characters had such sweet, gentle personalities that I was thrilled to see them become good friends as quickly as they did. They were perfect for each other in every way, so I wanted them to spend as much time as possible treating each other with all of the kindness and respect they both deserved.

Anyone who loves time travel should give The Blue Dress: A Dual Story Across Time a try.

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