I really wanted to like this book about women's rights being taken away and a group of feminists going back to change the timeline. I'm not a big fan of time travel so I got bored with the book at times. I couldn't imagine in my head what the author was talking about. I am not the most imaginative person so that could be part of my problem.
Tess is an interesting protagonist who is an idealist but I didn't like the part where she tried to change some of her past. I wasn't too enthusiastic about Beth's storyline. It didn't engage me as much as Tess did. I would have liked to see more of the Daughters of Harriett.
This is a different kind of book. If you are interested in reading about LGBT characters then this book is for you.