When seventeen-year-old Jenny Waters boards Flight 237 on August 2, 1995, in New York, she has two main goals: convince her parents to let her apply to the journalism program at Columbia University, then woman up and kiss her boyfriend of two months.
But when Jenny and the other passengers disembark in St. Louis, the airport manager informs them their plane disappeared—twenty-five years ago. Like the universe hit pause on their flight while the rest of the world kept moving. In 2020, newspaper reporter isn’t exactly a top career choice, and her boyfriend is old enough to be her dad.
As if adjusting to a new century isn’t hard enough, a conspiracy group called the Time Protection League sets out to prove Flight 237 is a big hoax. (News flash, crazies: Time would be better served protecting a rain forest.) When Jenny’s not dealing with rumors she’s a clone, she’s fighting her attraction to Dylan, who introduces her to everything that’s headline-worthy about her new present, like Harry Potter and late-night texting.
Too bad Dylan happens to be her former boyfriend’s son. Yeah, that’s not awkward.
ONCE UPON A KISS meets Lost in YOUR LIFE HAS BEEN DELAYED.