Lightning Only Strikes Twice
From THE WILD ROSE PRESS
“LIGHTNING ONLY STRIKES TWICE is the best time travel gem I’ve read in years. The love story was so packed with plot twists and mystery, I never wanted it to end. Fans of Stanalei Fletcher, a bright new star in the time travel firmament, will be calling for a sequel!” ~Award-winning Harlequin author, Rebecca Winters~
The body travels forward through time at the rate of one second per second. Yet the mind moves forward and backward at will, recalling past events and speculating on future circumstances. What if the experience could be shared? That those recollections weren’t a memory, but reality?
Annie Crawford always sacrificed personal dreams for those she loved. Faced with mounting debts after her grandfather’s death, she once again sacrifices and willingly sells the family land to preserve her family’s good name to avoid bankruptcy. Her new found financial stability comes with the price of losing her heritage. With no family left, she’s forced to build her own legacy.
Purchasing Annie’s property means three things to Luke Maxwell: Financial burden on Maxwell Development. Propelling his career to the top if he successfully develops the old ghost town. And, most importantly, his father’s approval to take over the family business.
While touring the property prior to development, Annie and Luke are catapulted back to 1891 into a booming mining community. Together they face the reality of never returning to their own time. They discover the sacrifices made for their future, and their responsibility to the present, are predestined.
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What if the dream world and the waking world are two-very real and separate worlds? And what if one night, the dream passes through the veil of REM to the real world? On that special night, Cindy discovers the delights and the despair of waking next to her dream man.
When Cindy’s dream man literally climbs out of her bed and into her life, her mediocre existence suddenly becomes extraordinary.
But sometimes, dreams are just dreams. And sometimes, reality holds the true promise of tomorrow.