Reaching Through Time is a really good book. In most parts, my eyes couldn't be separated from the pages. The author's mood is usually serious, and sometimes even sad. Great descriptions are used, for I can easily picture the scenes. In book one, the main character is Sarah. In book two, Drake is the main character. In book three, Dylan and Maura are the main characters. I believed in all of the characters as people. In each book, I love the wording used, because it drags readers in. I believe that the author was wise to write the stories in third person. It allows me to understand the characters better. At the end of the third book, however, I was curious what became of Maura. Lurlene's writing is effective and powerful, with no overly-mature vocabulary. The book has many strengths, such as wording, and great plots. However, one weakness is that, again, in the third book, I don't know what became of Maura. This book compares to others written by Lurlene, because it has to do with a love and loss. All-in-all, I found this book very moving and fluent. The ending is one of my favorite parts, and the author did an awesome job wrapping up the stories. I would definitely recommend this book, especially to those who love romance novels.