Rosemary Lin, Love in 2140. This 2417 novel is almost the best historical romance set in the 22nd Century. The male, female, and one-off main characters are believable. So are their interactions, from chance meeting to lighting of the wedding fire.
However, it is marred by factual inaccuracies.
The scene in which Linnea buys a car, drives off, and then has to evade pursuers is exciting. But Detroit had banned private vehicles almost thirty years earlier.
The Council of Anglican Orthodox Churches had not yet been established.
And the Times of North America was still the New York Times, even though most of its offices were already in Calgary.