Timekeeper is a sequel to Timeless and is about Michele, a young girl who found out that she is part of a special group of people who can travel through time. However, she learns much more as she finds her father's journal in an attempt to save her life.
Okay, I better back up...Rebecca Windsor lived in the late 19th to early 20th century, but she is haunting her descendants in an attempt to get even with Irving Henry. Irving Henry is the father of Michele, and Rebecca has vowed to get even with Irving Henry by erasing all traces of him including Michele. Michele must figure out what happened between Irving and Rebecca in just 7 days because that is the amount of time that Rebecca must be in the current time period for 7 days before she can fully materialize.
As if that is not enough for Michele to deal with, the love of her life shows up at her high school--but they fell in love in 1904. She knows that it cannot possibly be the same person, but she cannot focus on anything until she figures that out either.
So...Michele must figure out why Rebecca wants to kill her, how her father got his gift, what her gift is, and who this boy is that just appeared one day at her high school bearing a striking resemblance to her love from the early 20th century.
It is a quick read and definitely a page turner. Now, I must warn you that I usually love a good romance, but this one is a bit sappy even for me. That being said...it is still what I would consider a good read.