A TRYST IN TIME
Suffering a nervous breakdown after her brothers death, Sarah Jennings is now given the chance to recuperate. An unexpected inheritance that sends her to Louisiana provides an opportunity to heal her wounds.
A part of Sarahs inheritance is a run-down antebellum mansion. At the mansion, she experiences moments of deja vu and senses Damienthe ghost who haunts it. The mansion is the ideal place to meditate, until she is taken across time where Damien is no ghost. As Sarah becomes involved in 1871, she is convinced that she has been brought there for mutual healing of her sorrows and his.
A TRYST IN TIME is a time travel with an underlying mystery. Detailed description makes the scenes easy to picture. I would have liked a bit more background on the secondary players, but since the two main characters dominate the story, this does not detract from the enjoyment of it. (Jan., 448 pp., $6.00)