In 2184, fixing clocks for black market money is illegal, but sixteen-year-old Kally Bright does it anyway -- in her secret workshop under her kitchen. When she finds an unexpected surprise in the bottom of one of the clocks, she is propelled back in time to 18th century Scotland. While there,... read more
“They suddenly sounded disappointed. The letter would have either said I’d be able to choose a husband from someone never married or someone previously married, perhaps a divorcee or a widower. The women got to choose – but as my Granny would say: It’s the Govment’s, those SOB's, way of making you think you have a choice, but bad choices are as awful as no choice at all, maybe even worse.In two years I’d marry someone who’d already been married.”Kally
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