Many years later, fate leads Sabrina, to the old brick house of her dream, only todiscover it has just been sold at auction. Determined to solve the mystery of thehouse, Sabrina, convinces the new owners to let her buy it. She moves in, and soon finds she is sharing her home with a spirit who looks exactly like her. The resident ghost is Sabine Wynter, an abused wife who took refuge in the house after the Civil War.
With a psychics help she also learns about the rebel who was hung in the barnand is still there.
And then there is the greater mystery of the problem grave in the hillside cemetery overlooking the property, and why someone is still placing fresh flowers on Sabines grave nearly a hundred years after her death.
But what Sabrina does not know is that she is about to unearth, her surprising connection to Sabine Wynter, who is seemingly locked in time.
Sabrina/Sabine tells the haunting story of a womans journey as she slowly unravels the story behind her new house and reveals her part in a century-old mystery.
In the house she finds an unknown book called A Place in Time written in 1912 and dedicated to her greatly adding to the mystery since Jennifer wasnt born till 1915.
The book is about the future and is written with a suspicious degree of accuracy as if Mrs. White has actually been there.
The Question of Time tells the story of how a persons present circumstances can sometimes compel them to look to the past for answers.
Julia Falconer is an artist married to a successful winemaker in the coastal hinterland of southern Victoria. From the outside, it looks like Julia and Michael have it all ‒ but things are never as they seem. A storm has destroyed a major crop, Michael is devastated, and is taking it out on Julia. And Julia retreats into herself, taking solace in her work, wine … and the comfort of her friend Christopher.
Having stopped communicating almost entirely with Michael, Julia finds herself grappling with how her feelings towards Christopher are changing. He listens, he cares, he talks. But what does he really want?
Soon Julia will discover how wrong she was about the man she thought she loved … and the man she really does love.
In a rambling house in a small Australian beach town, Elena Jameson is recovering from her recent divorce. To her delight, she is given the opportunity to foster a little boy, Daniel, whose mother is dead and whose violent father is in rehab. As Elena and Daniel explore the beautiful bay and wild bushland, they form a profound bond that will change their lives forever.
Then Daniel’s father discovers his whereabouts and begins a campaign of terror – not to get his son back, but to prevent Elena giving Daniel a new life.
As the violence escalates, Elena finds that she’s willing to do whatever it takes to protect Daniel from the brutality of his past and an uncertain future. Sometimes the only way to get what you want is to pay the price in blood.
A gothic tale of love and loss, bravery and hope.
Like her ancestors, Samantha yearns to find a place she can call home. Raised on the enticing glimpses of a dark and magical land conjured up by her Mexican mother's bedtime stories - a land oozing Latin rhythms, full of passion and fire, from bullfights to family feuds and bloody revolutions, roasted iguana and beans, to sugar skeletons - what begins as a visit to her enigmatic grandmother becomes a quest to find out what it means to be Mexican.
But as she learns to embrace Mexico verdadero - the real Mexico - she discovers a people who give a new meaning to larger than life, the fabulous strong women who rule the roost, the colourful macho men who think they do, and the invincible bonds between family, food, and the spirit world.
Always an outside, this nomad at last feels she has come home.