Lady Elene, sheltered and naive, follows her twin brother from England--and soon finds herself in a struggle to survive in the rough and fertile country of the American Colonies.
Glen Rose, carrying the deep wounds of a broken childhood, leaves a tavern-keeper’s bed, and finds her heart is a place rich with possibilities.
Daughters of letter-writing cousins Catherine and Fraser of Letters From The Attic, Book One: YOURS IN HASTE, Elene and Glen Rose correspond with each other as their paths carry them from their sheltered and shadowed pasts into a bolder and brighter future.
Sara Olds and Roberta Major met in college, but their partnership didn’t begin until a few years later and several states away. With a mutual background in theater, they collaborated as puppeteers and storytellers, while Sara pursued her Masters degree in British history and Roberta worked as a children’s librarian.
They began the first Letters From the Attic project, YOURS IN HASTE, as a writing exercise to keep them connected when Sara and her husband moved. It wasn’t until they were halfway through the second Letters project, LATELY OF ENGLAND, that they realized they had something more.
Though they’ve only lived in the same town for one year out of the past dozen, they meet often in cyberspace--and once in awhile in person, thanking God for the wonders of technology--and the blessing of frequent flyer miles.