The Loved and The Lost by: Lory S. Kaufman

Title: The Loved and The Lost
Author: Lory S. Kaufman
Publisher: Fiction Studio Books
Pages: 314
Series: Verona Trilogy #3
Source: Pump Your Book Promotions
Format: Paperback


They are three time travelers desperate to return to 14th-century Verona to reclaim their medieval family s shattered lives. It is a mission fraught with danger and the risk of unexpected consequences for themselves and for their worlds. For all three, it is a matter of the heart. For one, though, it is truly the only thing that matters, as the fate of his eternal love and the life of their unborn child is the prize to be won or lost forever. In this, the final book of THE VERONA TRILOGY, Hansum, Shamira and Lincoln go on the boldest adventure of their lives. They will face hardship, tragedy, and threats from sources they couldn t have imagined all in an effort to wrestle a future from the steely grip of an unforgiving past.  Definitely a great ending to the series I really enjoyed this one alot with the historical information wrapped into a great Young Adult series!

My Thoughts:

The kids are back in their own time and finding themselves part of the time travel History Camp Academy.  While Lincoln has found his calling and Shamira has found love with Kingsley who has an interest in art as Shamira does.  Hansum is still lost having lost his wife to 14th century Verona, and wanting to find a way to go back and save her.  The kids have grown up quite a bit since their time in 14th century Verona.  The one regret Hansum has is not saving his wife in time.  With their teachers they are able to go back to 14th century and see parts of their history and the mistakes they make.  This book was full of twists and turns and wanting to know how it ends, definitely a great way to wrap up the story.  This also set up the great love story of Romeo and Juliet and is a great spin on their relationship.  This being the third book I think people who want to read this will definitely have to go in order to appreciate the story.


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