Hide in Time

| July 16, 2013

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Hide in Time

Laura has a regret and it isn’t easy to fix. Xandra needs a safe place to hide. Two problems: one solution.

Misjudging the man she loves, Laura leaves for America in 1814, but is shipwrecked in the English channel and washed ashore in 2009. Too late, she learns the truth about him.

She is assisted in adjusting to twenty-first century living by a psychologist, who is fascinated by her and her story of Regency times, highwaymen and a sailing ship wrecked on treacherous sands.  He enables Laura to set up an Introduction Agency where she works hard to bring happiness to others, thinking she has missed out for herself. She is determined not to be held back by her ignorance of modern day life and embarrassing linguistic goofs.

Chapter one opens with her expecting a new client, Xandra. Events corroborate Laura’s suspicion that their destinies are linked and she sees a way to restore happiness to the man she still loves and cannot forget. She risks her own life and chance of fulfilment to return to 1814.

In concentrating all her efforts on the past, she neglects the future, and is in danger of repeating her previous mistake. Fortunately, someone very special understands.

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