Sisters Jennifer and Heather are close, but lead very different lives. When Jennifer disappears Heather begins a frantic search. She finds the love and support she needs in the arms of Jessie, the police officer helping her find Jennifer.
Through a gift willed to her by her parents, Jennifer is taken back in time to a new life, and a love she didn't think she would ever find.
Alex, a Captain in the Union Army, is ready to go to war at Wilson's Creek in 1861 when Jennifer suddenly appears in his camp. He doesn't quite know what to think of Jennifer. She talks funny, she dresses funny, and she refuses to tell him where she came from.
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Congratulations to Terri C. Spencer on her first published book. She should be very proud. This book was so entertaining that I didn't put it down until I had read the entire thing. The fact that she works full time and is raising 5 sons and is still able to write such a wonderful book is truly amazing to me. I have shared this book with numerous people in my office and each and every one of them loved it! This is a great find. Keep writing Spencer!
This is the first book I have read by Terri Spencer and I'm already hooked. I really like her writing style. She does a good job of making one want to keep reading. You keep reading because you want to find out what's going to happen to the main characters. Spencer does a nice job of painting a picture through words. I can imagine every little thing that happens and is thought. I can see the battlefield where Jennifer and Alex meet and the mansion Alex built. I know exactly how Jennifer feels through what she says and does. Spencer also does a very good job creating unique and interesting characters. The one that stands out is Raymond. He lives for the intensity in everything he does. Honestly, this is unlike any book I've read so far. I would recommend it to both males and females. This book contains enough action, of every kind, to keep both sexes happy. Overall, this is one of the best books I've ever read.