Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Past and present are bound - Somewhere My Lady (Ladies in Time #1) by Beth Trissel

"Such a wonderful story with great humor, references to things that will make you chuckle and the most important thing? Love that conquers all and survives hundreds of years.Intrigue, deception, time travel and love, all within the walls of Harrison Hall." - LeeAnn, Goodreads


Published: July 2017

Lorna Randolph is hired for the summer at Harrison Hall in Virginia, where Revolutionary-War re-enactors provide guided tours of the elegant old home.
She doesn't expect to receive a note and a kiss from a handsome young man who then vanishes into mist.

Harrison Hall itself has plans for Lorna – and for Hart Harrison, her momentary suitor and its 18th century heir.

Past and present are bound by pledges of love, and modern science melds with old skills and history as Harrison Hall takes Lorna and Hart through time in a race to solve a mystery and save Hart's life before the Midsummer Ball.

"It is a romance for the intelligent reader and I find that refreshing. The author weaves historical accuracy into this story of supernatural time travel. The book takes place in a historic mansion in Virginia and involves Lorna who is reincarnated into present day and reunited with a past love. " - Becky, Goodreads

About the author:
Married to my high school sweetheart, I live on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with my human family and furbabies. An avid gardener, my love of herbs and heirloom plants figures into my work. The rich history of Virginia, the Native Americans, and the people who journeyed here from far beyond her borders are at the heart of my inspiration. I'm especially drawn to colonial America and the drama of the American Revolution. And I love a good ghost story. In addition to historical romance, I also write time travel, paranormal, YA/NA fantasy romance, and nonfiction.

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