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Can a storm change a young woman’s life forever? It certainly can if it causes an accident in time that sends her tumbling back to 1815 England. Kate must bide her time as she searches for an answer to her predicament, while tip toeing through the minefield of Nineteenth Century rules and customs. But will time buy her an opportunity to find love? More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781310223914
About Terri Lee

There I was, busy as a bee, enjoying my hectic happy life. But thankfully I wasn't too busy to recognize my dream when it came knocking on my door. As someone who has had a lifelong love affair with books, it's quite interesting to find myself on the other side of the page. But from the time I was a young girl, I always knew, this is exactly where I was meant to be.
Through times of great joy and times of confusion, writing has always been my solace. It is the thing I return to over and over again. And it just goes to prove that it's never too late for your dream to find you.
Born and raised in Northern California; that part of the country will always have a piece of my heart. My family moved to Missouri in my teenage years and when the love of my life walked through my door, that is where my heart truly found its home. As with all good things, when I least expected it.
Forty years later, I am a wife, a mother and a grandmother, still married to my high school sweetheart, who has always been and continues to be my biggest cheerleader in whatever scheme I dream up. We have a Golden/Lab named Elizabeth Bennett (Lizzie) who is my muse and my steadfast writing partner. She only offers the kindest of critiques. Not to be outdone; our cat, Baby Kitty, is a card carrying terrorist, whose only mission is to thwart any goodness that comes my way. I make my home in a small rural town outside of Springfield Missouri; the sort of quiet place where the adventures reside only in my stories.

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