While I am not a fan of science fiction, I am drawn to books about time travelers. How can one little change mess with the past and the future by disrupting the continuum? Throw that in with a good story - like the one in Here and Now and Then - and I’m hooked.
In the late 1990's, Kin Stewart lives in Silicon Valley with his wife and daughter, deciding what to make for dinner and what T.V. show to watch afterward. Then, someone appears to take Kin back to 2142, the year he came from, where he works with a government agency and is in the thick of wedding planning to his longtime girlfriend. But wait - Kin misses his other family and is torn between his two lives.
I absolutely loved this story and there was just enough scientific explanation to help understand the whole time travel theory, but not too much to take away from the story of Kin and his family.