The Gazebo

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The Gazebo - Book One is the first person account of Abigail Russell, daughter of a time traveler and an unwilling time traveler herself, and her life in Colonial America just prior to and following the shattering events of 1776.

She meets and falls in love with Black Jack Bolton, a Colonel in the 2nd Pennsylvania Militia. Abby faces each challenge with wit and courage and comes vibrantly alive on the page as her life in 18th century America ...

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Overview

The Gazebo - Book One is the first person account of Abigail Russell, daughter of a time traveler and an unwilling time traveler herself, and her life in Colonial America just prior to and following the shattering events of 1776.

She meets and falls in love with Black Jack Bolton, a Colonel in the 2nd Pennsylvania Militia. Abby faces each challenge with wit and courage and comes vibrantly alive on the page as her life in 18th century America unfolds.

The Gazebo - Book Two, also a first person account, is about Jemima Coulter, a young woman from the 21st century who travels to 1800 Philadelphia to meet Abigail and her son John. She and John marry but are menaced by a time traveler from the distant future - Steven Cooper, a man determined to seek revenge for the unsolved disappearance/murder of his ancestor, Nicholas Tarleton, in 1783.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781926912349
  • Publisher: Belfire Press
  • Publication date: 4/28/2011
  • Pages: 258
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Meet the Author

Toni Cantrell has been writing since age 12. Born in west central Indiana, she grew up in Anderson. She and her high school sweetheart Manuel, married and have two sons.

Toni has two published novels, STRANGERS AND PILGRIMS (featured in the top 50 of the online Preditors and Editors Romance Reader's Poll of 2002), and IF EVER THAT TIME COME, the prequel to THE GAZEBO.

A charter member of a weekly writer's group called Writer's Ink of Central Indiana, she has also edited several manuscripts for members of the group. She is a regular attendee at the annual Midwest Writer's Workshop in Muncie IN., and has traveled extensively to do research for her novels.

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