The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig
Nix and her father can sail across time and space. They can go anywhere and anytime they have a map for. However, they can’t return to Honolulu 1868—the time and place where Nix’s mother died. In a desperate attempt to get back to his love, Nix’s father agrees to a dangerous conspiracy.
Why I loved it:
I kind of think of the premise of this book like teenage Doctor Who if the T.A.R.D.I.S. was actually a pirate ship. Basically, this book had all the elements I look for in a good story. A likable protagonist with strong and believable motivations. An intriguing premise. Conspiracy and plotting. Also a ridiculously hot thief who is just icing on the cake.