(as of Feb 08,2019 18:24:19 UTC – Details)
Note to self: Do NOT fall in love with Matthias Frailey—he’s been dead for over 175 years!
Professor Merrideth Randall’s latest after-hours research project takes her and friends Abby and John to a small southern Illinois town, where with the help of her time-rewinding software they become virtual eyewitnesses to the arrival of the Cherokee via the Golconda Ferry on December 3, 1838.
They cannot tear their eyes away from the unfolding tragedy—nor from Matthias Frailey’s heroic response to it. The people are herded down Main Street on their Trail of Tears, bound for the Oklahoma Country, while the townsfolk only watch, or even cheer. But not Matthias. He does what he can to help them, especially a very spirited—and very pregnant—woman named White Dove who insists on walking so others may ride in the wagons.
After spending so much time inside Matthias’ head, Merrideth has no doubt that he is as kind and selfless as he appears to be, and so she must remind herself not to fall in love with a man who has been dead for over 175 years.
Meanwhile, in the here and now, handsome Golconda historian Aaron Landis is doggedly pursuing her. And back home her McKendree College colleague Professor Brett Garrison keeps calling, impatient for her return. But are they—or any man—worthy of her trust? Too bad there isn’t a way to time-surf in their heads. Now that would be a dating tool she could really put to good use!
What Readers Are Saying…
“Each novel adds new historical elements and develops more excitement between the characters than the last! Love the whole concept!” (Susan A Demoreston)
“I think the author is one of the best I’ve read.”(Janis Maderia)
“The story ties the past and present together with a ribbon of romance.” (Martha J. Biesk)
“If you love old houses, history, and true romance, then these books are for you!!”
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“The author doesn’t shy away from shining a light on some pretty horrific history, and it’s painful at times to read about, but while the history can be dark, there is hope and even joy to be found.”
Merrideth’s historical adventures and her search for love and faith continue with book 3 in the series, How Sweet the Sound.
The Rewinding Time Series: Christian time travel with a unique twist—computer software that “time-surfs” through the history of old houses. It’s also squeaky-clean romance, guaranteed to be flinch-free. And the kind of historical fiction you like to read—believable!
And check out the History Mystery Trilogy, the prequel to the Rewinding Time Series. Meet Professor Randall as a “bratty 11-year-old” and see the origin of her amazing computer program.