Beyond Time by Lee McCormick 1/10

Two students trying to get a better life are given an opportunity to earn a little extra money. The actual opportunity turns into a nightmare.

From the Beyond Time blurb:

How many times will we kill each other? How many times can we fall in love?


I always thought my world would begin and end with Jayce Walker. When a sleep study offers us life-changing money, we jump at the opportunity. There’s only one problem: I don’t have insomnia. Bluffing my way in is easy, but getting there and losing everything that’s ever mattered is a nightmare I can’t escape.

Jayce is gone. My only ally is a voice in my head named Clay, who insists the body walking around — the one I’ve known and loved my entire life — belongs to a man named Kade, and he only wants one thing.

To kill me.


Most people don’t get second chances, but I did. Brought back to life by a power-hungry company, I have one thought: I want revenge.

But... the man I’m chasing isn’t Clay. His name is Seth, and all my years of being a heartless, psychopathic killer never prepared me for the way his wide eyes make me feel. I don’t know how to deal with the emotions still knocking around in my chest that used to belong to someone named Jayce.

They make me question things. They make me wonder if my agenda has changed…

I want to make Seth mine.

Beyond Time is a dual POV dark romance with a twist on soulmates that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Prepare yourself for scorching heat, high emotions, and a psychopath who doesn’t know what to do with all the feelings he’s suddenly being forced to experience. Guaranteed HEA with a universe that’s wide open for exploration!

Reed Kaye's review:

Right from the beginning I was hooked on this story.

For me there was an instant attachment to Seth and Jayce. I started seeing how hard life was for them and wanted something to make it better. The characters are so likable. They didn’t ask for much and were happy together. The secondary characters play such a big part of this story. Kade and Clay really gave me a feeling of apprehension. When I found out their history I didn’t feel anything around them would end well. When the four characters are somewhat together it really caused me to have mixed feelings.

The story flow kept me guessing just where the story was going. It changed my feelings for some of the characters. Maybe they were not who originally I thought they were. There are a number of twists and turns to this story. The way to the outcome had more than a couple surprises. I am really looking forward to the next book.

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