Overview

When Stacy Webber travels to Germany for her best friend?s wedding, she loses more than her luggage and purse. She lands in a different time, fifty years ago, with no idea how to return to her world. The only people who speak her language are suspicious military personnel who either want to arrest her or commit her to a mental hospital.

MP Sergeant Douglas ?Brad? Bradley, charged with keeping Stacy in custody, doesn?t know whether she is a ...
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Running Out Of Time

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Overview

When Stacy Webber travels to Germany for her best friend’s wedding, she loses more than her luggage and purse. She lands in a different time, fifty years ago, with no idea how to return to her world. The only people who speak her language are suspicious military personnel who either want to arrest her or commit her to a mental hospital.

MP Sergeant Douglas “Brad” Bradley, charged with keeping Stacy in custody, doesn’t know whether she is a clever Soviet spy or a victim of brainwashing. In spite of her wild claims of being from the future, he knows she’s no time traveler. She’s a beautiful young woman who seems genuinely vulnerable, but it could be part of an espionage act. Brad can’t decide whether to handcuff her or kiss her.

When Stacy figures out the purpose behind her jump through time, she faces a difficult and dangerous decision. Can she sacrifice her future to save Brad’s before it’s too late?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016442365
  • Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
  • Publication date: 5/20/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 153
  • Sales rank: 747,082
  • File size: 583 KB

Meet the Author

Cheryl Norman grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, where she wrote her first mystery at the age of 13. She earned a BA in English at Georgia State University in Atlanta. After a career in the telecommunications industry, she returned to fiction writing and won the 2003 EPPIE award for her contemporary romance, Last Resort. Her debut with Medallion Press, Restore My Heart, led to a mention in Publisher’s Weekly as one of ten new romance authors to watch. Running Scared, a romantic suspense set in Jacksonville, Florida, and Washington D.C., received a Perfect 10 from Romance Reviews Today. Reviewer Harriet Klausner calls her writing “Mindful of Linda Howard.” Rebuild My World, the sequel to Reclaim My Life, was her first novel published by Turquoise Morning Press.

Cheryl has combined her passion for writing and healthful cooking by publishing three cookbooks (two were finalists in the EPPIEs in the self-help category). She also helps writers with grammar via her Grammar Cop blog, newsletter articles, and workshops.
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