I finished reading "The Time Traveler's Wife" last night. Essentially, it's about a man who travels involuntarily through time -- sometimes he goes back to when he was six, sometimes he jumps ahead of his age. During his travels, he meets his future wife, Clare. To quote the back of the book:
"When Henry meets Clare, his is twenty-eight and she is twenty. His is a hip librarian; she is a beautiful art student. Henry has never met Clare before; Clare has known Henry since she was six."
Yeah, me too at first. But it didn't take long to grasp how things were happening, and each chapter starts with how old Clare is and how old Henry is, so you can keep up. It's a great love story, and I'm glad I read it.