In 1939, time-traveling, Appalachian farm woman Florie LeBeau fell in love with an 18th-century frontiersman, and vowed to cross time to be with him again. Then war broke out, forcing her to wait four years to travel back two hundred. But when she arrives in 1756, she finds her frontiersman doesn’t know her, Nazi soldiers occupy her historic home, and her only friend a mysterious dog who just might be their spy.
A Tale He Can’t Believe
Ousted from his home by strange Hessian soldiers, fur trapper Zeke Allen can’t believe his luck when his new hunting dog brings him a woman. Knowledgeable in the ways of pioneer life, the lovely Miss LeBeau could make the perfect wife, if not for her crazy tales of time travel, a club called the Saturn Society, and an impossible war in the twentieth century she insists she comes from—and to which she must return.
A Predicament They Can’t Escape
Slowly, Zeke begins to believe Florie’s crazy stories as his fondness grows into a love she returns. But the men she calls Nazis tear her away from him, plunging her into a future where she must deliver information that could change the outcome of the war. Finding her way back to Zeke proves difficult. Harder still: convincing others of the truth--and saving her canine rescuer and herself from the Saturn Society, the very people she thought would protect her.
Readers who enjoy the Saturn Society won’t want to miss this standalone addition, while those new to the series will find this introduction an unusual time travel story rich in action, romance, and history.
About the author
Jennette Marie Powell writes time travel and science fiction romance. A lifelong resident of the Dayton area, she likes to dig beneath the surface and find the extraordinary beneath the mundane. By day, she wrangles data and websites between excursions to search for the aliens and spacecraft that legends say are stashed away on the military base where she works.
Jennette lives with her own hero, her husband of twenty-plus years, along with their daughter, a rambunctious Rottweiler, and assorted small critters. When not working or writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, learning about local history, and cruising in her Camaro.
Readers can contact her via her website at www.jenpowell.com, where they can also learn about her other books and upcoming releases.