Welcome...  I am almost home free!
     The road to my debut novel was long, but more fun than a roller coaster ride.  Doesn't "Life" always intervene with the best of our intentions? I love Ben Franklin's quote "Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing."  I hope you find my book entertaining that thought. I AM, after all, married to a distant cousin of dear old Ben... and always in awe of books with memorable characters... like him! "The Accidental Wife" defies a particular genre. Is it a mainstream American historical, a romance, time-travel, mystery? You
decide... and let me know what you think. I welcome reviews. Minnesota winters are great for writing by the fireside. The sequel to my lady in blue is already a work in progress titled "The Accidental Stranger"--promising lots of plot twists.  Check me out!  And check out my blog about this incredible journey.  

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 Self-determined Jessica Brewster is wary of any emotional relationship after being betrayed in a bet. When the beloved grandmother who raised her dies, she inherits a mysterious teacup which when rubbed transports her back to 1886 in old Fort Laramie, switching places with her look-alike great-great-grandmother--wife to her ancestor's magnetic first husband and mother to his charming nine-year-old daughter. 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 life...and her legacy.

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