Worldwide Release on Amazon January 6, 2017 ... The Accidental Stranger
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The eBook can be pre-purchased NOW at Amazon, Nook, Kobo, All Romance, Bookstrand, Itunes and The Wild Rose Press for $5.99, BUT the delivery date is JANUARY 6, 2017. On that date, the print will be available from Amazon and Wild Rose also, for $15.99 PLUS S&H.
Jessica Brewster is being watched...and things go missing from the remote Wyoming home she shares with her toddler. In a freak accident, she shoots the bearded thief stalking her before she recognizes the mesmerizing green eyes that belong to the only man she ever loved.
Has Mitch bridged time to find her? In a race to save his life and change hers forever, she takes him into her home and heart. But his memory loss and puzzling clues curry doubt and expose mystery and danger. Is he truly her son's father or an irresistible stranger in her arms?
Self-determined Jessica Brewster is wary of any emotional relationship after being betrayed in a bet. W
the beloved grandmother who raised her dies, she inherits a mysterious teacup which transports her back to 1886 in old Fort Laramie, switching
places with her look-alike great-great
r--wife to her ancestor's magn
etic first husband and mother to his charming nine-year-old daught
Can she pull off the charade and find a way back, or will conscience and her twenty-first century "slips" expose her identity? As true love--and a gypsy--derail her plans, her ancestor's brother shows up with his own dark secret. Is her future in the past? Her decision could save her legacy...and her life!
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