Swan's Way

Swan's Way

by Becky Lee Weyrich

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Swan's Way by Becky Lee Weyrich

“Combining intriguing paranormal elements is Ms. Weyrich’s forte and this is no exception.” —Romantic Times

The grand plantation of Swan’s Quarter still echoes with memories of another time. It is there that Ginna Jones meets Neal Frazier, a recovering plane crash survivor. Young and handsome, but disturbingly familiar, Ginna is instantly drawn to this mysterious man.

When a walk in the garden sends the pair spiraling back through the veils of time, their fates become entwined with those of two young lovers separated by the Civil War. Plunged into another century, Ginna and Neal will discover destinies still waiting to be fulfilled, and a flame of passion that not even the passage of time can extinguish.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781626813267
Publisher: Diversion Books
Publication date: 06/10/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 265
Sales rank: 1,101,390
File size: 4 MB

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Swan's Way 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Sue-Ellen_Welfonder More than 1 year ago
The book description on this page gives a solid mini-synopsis of the story, so I’m going to just state why I love this book… Swan’s Way is an enchanting tale filled with story people so vivid, so ‘alive,’ that you’d swear they really exist. They’re full of wit, quirks, and personality. So much so that you’d love to meet them. You’ll also want to visit Swan’s Quarter, to sit on the veranda with Elspeth, Pansy, and Sister. You’ll want to meet the Doctor, or walk with Ginna through the woods, see the tulip poplar for yourself, the swan pond, and everything else that makes the setting so special. You might wish you could have lunch at the Rebel Yell Café. Perhaps enjoy ‘lots of potatoes with sour cream, chocolate éclairs, and Lucille’s fried chicken.’ When Ginna and Neal meet, you’ll accept and believe everything that happens because this is where Weyrich shines brighter than any other writer: she’s a master at weaving past, present, and paranormal elements so smoothly, that you wouldn’t doubt her pen for an instant. If she writes it, it’s happening and is real. That is Becky’s gift. She spins magic for the reader, the characters coming to life, setting and atmosphere drawing you in so that with each turn of the page, you’re pulled deeper into the fictional world she’s created. You aren’t just ‘reading a book, you’re living the story. That’s why I love Swan’s Way so much. Real life can be hard and difficult, day-to-day stress overwhelming. When I read, I want to escape into another time and place. A world I can slip into, and feel as if I am actually there. And I want that world to be beautiful, quaint, and cozy, and filled with quirky, genuine, characters I care about. Becky’s books offer me that. All of them, and, yes, I’ve read and treasure every one. She was my all-time favorite author and still is. I fell in love with Swan’s Way when it first released. Now this book is available again, as are four other Weyrich titles: Captive of Desire ~ Rainbow Hammock ~ Sands of Destiny ~ Savannah Scarlett More books will follow. I’m sure other readers who read these titles years ago, will also be thrilled to have them again. And new-to-Becky readers can enjoy the excitement of falling in love with a truly great author and her amazing books. Becky was more than just an ‘author.’ She was a master storyteller. There’s a big difference and to see what I mean, just open any of her books and start reading. Disclosure: Becky Lee Weyrich was my friend and mentor. We met when I sent her a fan letter about Once Upon Forever, another of her wonderful time travel romances. We became friends and it was Becky who urged me to write. I wouldn’t be an author today without her encouragement, support, and guidance. I loved her dearly, loved her books so much (see above), and am writing these words to encourage you to read and enjoy her books, now that they are available again. I am sure you’ll love them. I just wish you could’ve also known Becky. She truly was one of the greatest of storytellers, well deserving of her title, the Time Travel Queen of the 80’s and 90’s. She was that, indeed. And so very much more.
Anonymous 10 months ago
This is such a wonderful tale. I read it over and over again. There were several editorial errors with the "m"s and such but I read past them and felt as though the misspelled words were not a detriment to the story. I actually give this four and a half stars but you can't put that in, so five it is! Have decided to purchase another of her works and will be reading it soon. M. Cunningham in WV
JBTN More than 1 year ago
Very good time travel book, didn't want to put it down.
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