Book Review: Burned Into Time by Mary M. Ricksencategories: Book, Stowe, Vermont, Historical Romance, Celtic Ring, Dogs, Snow, Love Story, Happily Ever After, Love, Relationships, Abenaki Indians, Paranormal, Time Travel Romance
Mary M. Ricksenabout this book: This is my second time travel romance novel to be released. For me writing filled a gap. I needed to accomplish something, anything. To be remembered, to have someone years from now, pick up my book and know that I existed. I think people who like love stories about real people, with real problems. In a time when I always wanted to live. I went back home to Vermont, to find my historical facts, but even more to recreate the feelings. How it felt to sit under the conifers in a world where no one else exited. The perfect escape and all the better for the imagination of the author whose book I was reading. Edgar Rice Burroughs took me to amazing places as a youth. But, now I like to go to places that feel good. And mostly I like to go to the past. Not sure I'd want to stay, but imagine the places and things we've only read about in books.
Writing and other authors validated me. It gave me self-esteem I never had before. To do and try, where ordinarily, I'd just watch. I hope you like my story, it's how I like to look at life. Burned Into Time, is a simple story about a young woman who faces difficulties that could cripple her. But manages to find her way, in spite of her troubles. It's a love story about a man, one with a heart. A man who would support her no matter what. Find your hiding place and read it. Reading is my favorite escape! I learned to like myself!
"An emotional time-travel with passion. Loved it!" Linda Conrad, Harlequin Best Selling Author
"Burned into Time is an engaging read with exciting twists and turns." Sophia Knightly, Best Selling Author
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Burned Into TimeLacy didn't expect to pass thru Hell's Fire travelling back in Time, but she did. In addition to finding her soul mate and his clan, her sister and her family, Indians, their magic and powers, she did actually, eventually, find herself.
She confronted her fears both of men and life in general. She confronted her self-esteem thru acceptance of her scars and unfortunately had to face more Fire.
The stories within the Time Travel/Romance plot prove they hold the weight of Time itself.
Lacy went back 100 years via a Celtic ring because she wanted to see her sister who had gone before her and she had no life, except her dog, in the present. The journey back couldn't compare to what she found and her faithful dog, King, helped her see that she made the right choice.
When one finds oneself in a different place and yes, Time, whether in the future or in the past, it is you and your Soul that finds the courage, mettle and strength to find acceptance, compassion and always, Love. [by Jeanette Sizzle]
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