Timeless love: A contemporary romance novel of friendship, overcoming loss, and the power of the heart.
Luca Harrison has it all—a dream job, a close-knit group of friends, and a life free of the burdens of marriage and children. But just when he embarks on a new endeavor, one friend is tying him in knots in more than one way. And while Luca is resisting his own feelings, he’s also wondering if he's been missing out on something important all along.
Josephine Alberts believes in the grounding energy of the moon and in the strength of friendship. She has many dreams, and New York City is the place to achieve them. But when tragedy strikes, she's left shattered and broken, with no one to turn to but the one person she doesn’t want to burden—her best friend, who left her when she needed him most. The man she wants to spend eternity with.
As Luca and Jo try to navigate their complicated feelings for each other, they must also confront their own personal demons and overcome the pain of loss. What will it take for Luca and Jo to bridge the distance and heal together?
TIME IS ETERNITY is a touching and poignant tale about the power of friendship, the struggle of overcoming loss, and the importance of following your heart. Join Luca and Jo on their journey as they discover that sometimes the greatest love stories are the ones that have been there all along.
Praise for TIME IS ETERNITY
"Time is Eternity by Annette G. Anders is a contemporary romance novel that was fun to read. I loved that the story was rooted in family, lifelong friendships, and bonds. The plot was unique and the story's development was superb and realistic. I loved Annette's storytelling style, it engaged me and offered reading satisfaction. Thumbs up to Annette."
-Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
"Author, Annette G. Anders, has written another intriguing inspirational romance novel. ...well-plotted with memorable characters and a lesson on love and life."
"Not only was the content and story amazing, but the general outlook, the use of words, the diction, the poems, the figures of speech, and the book cover...I didn't dislike anything about the book."