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Tracey Jane Jackson, best-selling author of the popular Civil War Brides Series and the Cauld Ane Series, has over four-hundred-fifty thousand books in print.
Tracey was born and raised in New Zealand and with an American father, Scottish grandmother, and Kiwi mother, it's no doubt she has a unique personality.
She has been happily married and gooey in love with her husband for twenty years. They live in the Pacific Northwest with their two sons.
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on July 23, 2012 :
The Bride series is not only wonderfully written with a Civil War historical background but they have a fabulous romance about them. Anyone that enjoys this genre in a story line, will not be disappointed in this series written by Tracey Jane Jackson. I own all of her books in this series and I highly recommend them, as I think you will thoroughly enjoy them.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Aug. 14, 2011 :
This is the 3rd book in the Tracey Jane Jackson's time travel stories. These are must read books. In this book Hannah Nelson is transported back to 1863 when she is in a dance studio. She ends up in a barn and is found by Christopher Butler. She is sassy and doesn't understand that she has actually been transported back in time. She thinks they are all actors. She and Christopher clash and end up falling in love and getting married. This story reunites Sophie, Jamie, and Emma with Hannah.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on March 22, 2011 :
Tracey Jane Jackson has written four books so far of the "Civil War Brides" series, another due out in June I believe. I don't know how many she plans to write, but this reader has enjoyed three so far and is looking forward to reading number four! I love time travel books and she has done this, including mystery, romance and modern humor in her stories. What more can a reader ask for?
The books are written in such a way, that you finish each, looking for the next, and I'm sure the author planned on that.
This author has a lot of sweet romance in her books and leaves most things to the imaginations which is a nice touch. Too much can be a turn off. In this particular book of the series we learn more about the time travel portal and how it works, and who can do the traveling, and the reasons some of the characters past and future are sent back to 1863. The civil war era, Lincolns time, most of the story takes place in the area of Gettysburg, Washington DC and Virginia.
This author is well versed in the history of this time period and shares much in her books, they are rich in history. It is the knowledge of the characters that go back in time, shared amongst them as they find each other, that they must not do anything to alter the outcome of history more than going back to the period from the current year. You can imagine it would leave anyone hard pressed not to interfere with the knowledge that Lincoln will be assasinated, as it would forever alter the history of the present world. They do have a run in wiht characters from the future who are trying to do just that, alter the future, and that is very present in this particular book. I'll not say anything more I would spoil it for you. You'll have to read the book to find out if the evil characters are able to make changes to the future by altering the past.
Here is the verbage as written on the back of the book:
Hannah Nelson, a native New Zealander, is drawn to a painting of a handsome man from 1865, and as she looks into his emerald green eyes, her world goes black. Christopher Butler is in Lincoln's War Cabinet and working to keep President Lincoln safe. As Hannah navigates her new world and comes to terms with the fact she has been transported back in time, will she allow Christopher to love her?
(reviewed within a week of purchase)