90s Girl: A Time Travel Romance
by Mia Archer
It was supposed to be a fun night out with friends at a skating rink. Only I hadn’t skated in years and sort of hit my head. Hard.
I don’t know if that’s what did it. I sure as hell didn’t hit 88 miles per hour on those skates. George Carlin didn’t invite me to check out his phone booth. I didn’t walk into a police box that’s bigger on the inside. But I still wound up in the early ‘90s, that weird in between time when the ’80s were refusing to die off, which wasn’t the greatest for a modern girl.
We’re talking the neon colors everywhere, poofy hairsprayed hairdos on the women and the men, Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer being played unironically, early 1990s.
I love retro, but time travel? That was a bit much. Until I met Jenny. Beautiful Jenny. My perfectly awesome retro girl. Who totally lives in a time before I was born! A time when people weren’t as cool with the whole LGBT thing as they are these days.
My life was complicated enough before I found myself in the middle of a time traveler’s girlfriend situation! And that time might be running out.
The question is, am I running on Terminator rules where time a closed loop, everything’s already happened, and I don’t have a choice about the future? Or is there still a chance I might find a loophole that lets me Terminator 2 this thing and make my own fate?
Yeah, and you thought you had love trouble!
90s Girl is a 62,000 word lesbian time travel romance featuring a trip back to that magical time that wasn’t quite the ‘80s, wasn’t quite the ‘90s, when Vanilla Ice and New Kids on the Block dominated the charts, bright neon colors were everywhere, and people actually thought parachute pants were a legitimate fashion choice!
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