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Sometimes it takes a journey through time to learn the true meaning of sacrifice.
Looking for books that edify and entertain? Read the TimeDrifter Series — and be transported.
THE PLACE OF VOICES is the first book in the TimeDrifter Series.
“Uplifting and entertaining.” – C. Dorsett, Amazon reviewer
“Deep meaningful work … Lauren Lynch is a gifted storyteller.” – Shai, Amazon reviewer
“Lyric fantasy done well.” – David Bergsland, Christian reviewer, radiqx.com
Nyssa Glass is a reformed cat burglar turned electrician’s apprentice, settled into a life repairing videophones and radio-sets. However, when her past comes calling, she finds herself forced into one last job. No one has entered Professor Dalhart’s secluded mansion in almost a decade, at least not and returned to tell the tale. If Nyssa wants to ensure her freedom, she’ll brave the booby trapped halls and mechanized maids. Nyssa has skills, but this house has more than its share of secrets. As she steps into the cobwebbed halls lined with dusty mirrors, she has to wonder. Is the House of Mirrors really abandoned?
Mix together one blushing honeymoon couple, one flamboyant boutique owner, a deadpan traveling salesman, and a charmingly handsome novelist, and there’s more than scones cooking at Cranberry Cottage Bed and Breakfast. As true motives become apparent, will Molly’s past come back to haunt her or will she finally be able to leave it behind?
The widowed Earl of Essex, betrothed to Lady Juliana … is hopelessly distracted by the rescue missions for the governess of his three children.
When Lady Margaret Colton and daughter-in-law, Lady Georgiana Colton, flee the revolution of Napoleonic France to live with distant relations, Georgiana is forced to accept the position of governess for the widowed Earl’s three children.
The Earl, however, only has eyes for his intended, Lady Juliana; though there is a certain something, a “je ne sais quoi…” regarding his new governess.
Will he ever be able to stop rescuing the younger Lady Colton from her precarious predicaments? When it comes to dealing with his headstrong daughter and losing a string of previous governesses, this beautiful governess is proving herself to be quite capable! Perhaps it is he, who is in need of rescue!
This is a delightful story with a theme of kindness. The author has incorporated a number of French words and their translations into this novel, making this book an excellent choice to brush up on your use of the beautiful and romantic French language.
Lisa Prysock enjoys sharing her faith in Christ through her writing. She is the award winning, bestselling author of “To Find a Duchess,” “Hannah’s Garden: A Turn of the Century Love Story,” Volume I, and “Abigail’s Melody,” Volume II, of the Victorian Christian Heritage Series, Protecting Miss Jenna, Persecution & Providence, Arise Warrior Princess, Geneva: Garden of Joy of the Brides of Grace Hill Series, Dreams of Sweetwater River, and Marry Me Katie.
For more reader resources, check out her author website at www.LisaPrysock.com.
In 2040s America, life is cheap and necessities are scarce. Yet even in the midst of drudgery and despair, unbroken spirits remain.
Julie is a young woman with a plan to ignite the spark of resistance. Randy dreams of winning Julie’s love and escaping the emptiness of over-regulated life. Joseph seeks revenge on the system for a family tragedy. Daniel is a young artist who can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Chris is an orphan prepared to do the unthinkable to protect his younger sister.
Whether by choice or by accident, each will take a path on a collision course with the oppressive regime. Will they find the freedom they desire? Or will the cost of defiance prove too high to bear?
Marina Fontaine is an immigrant from the former Soviet Union. She uses personal experience to craft a novel that takes an intimate look at life in a totalitarian society and the role that individual choices play in advancing the cause of liberty.
“Who said that?”
“Apparently, you did.”
With her bitter divorce behind her, Eve Lloyd wants to relax and think about her next step. Paying her aunt, Mira Lloyd, a.k.a. Elizabeth Lloyd, renowned historical romance author, a long overdue visit, she plans to spend a month on Rock-Maine Island lounging around and plotting the launch of her new life. Her ex-husband, however, has other ideas. As for her aunt… she’s gone missing. And now there’s a dead body to contend with and a murder weapon with her fingerprints on it.
A mantle of suspicion hangs over Eve and everyone she encounters has a reason to want her out of the way. Unwilling to leave matters in the hands of swoon worthy Detective Jack Bradford… only because it’s her civic duty to provide a new perspective, Eve Lloyd engages the assistance of her new friend and fellow suspect, Jill Saunders. They both stumble their way through a long list of possible motives and suspects in a race to find the killer before either one turns into the next victim.
Clean read: no graphic violence, sex, or strong language.
Elizabeth Pendry lives content with her books and imagination. When an unexpected visit from her aunt throws her life into disarray, Elizabeth seeks comfort from her imaginary fairy friends. Little does she know that fairies are real, and that someone hears her.
George Hodge exists in the gap between human and myth. His father is English, and his mother is a Korean nine-tailed fox. George is never sure if he fits in anywhere—until he spies Elizabeth. If anyone will accept him, he thinks, it will be her.
When a dark and sinister magic threatens her family, Elizabeth will have to make the ultimate decision to protect them.