"Those Were the Days" by Julie Kenner. As a child Sylvia Preston was abused so as an adult avoids relationships. When she looks at a painting at a "sex" exhibit in San Francisco, Sylvia is transported to a 1923 gala where she meets Tucker Green, who wants her, but learns he must earn her trust.
"Pistols at Dawn" by Nancy Warren. In Paris, Natalie Bowman and Andrew Greenwood are in love and engaged to be married soon yet something is not right in their relationship as their priorities are off kilter. They will learn what really counts in life, but their lesson takes them back to 1857.
"Time After Time" by Jo Leigh. NYU graduate student Betty Kroger dissertation topic is The Social Impact of Sexual Mores During WW II; a perfect topic for her as she feels out of place as if she was born in the wrong time. However, when she is sent to 1945, Betty feels more at home feeling she will find her true love in this period especially after meeting dear John Stevens.
These three torrid time travel romances are fun tales connected by the modern day sex exhibit, strong protagonists, and solid story lines.