Linda Lael Miller BundleeBook - 2006
Ragged Rainbows: She isn't telling her son the truth about his father. She isn't telling her boss what she thinks of her job. And she refuses go talk to anyone about her famous mother. But it's her childhood she keeps most deeply buried. That, and the truth about her own passionate nature. Then a stranger comes to town, and her secrets--one by one--are relentlessly revealed. She knows she should be angry, but she can't help feeling relieved. Until she realizes he's keeping secrets, too. There and Now: Elisabeth goes to the house she and her cousin Rue have inherited form the spinster Aunt. Mysterious events begin to happen. Elizabeth finds herself traveling back in time to the same house in 1892. She meets the perfect man -- the town's physycian -- and his daughter, Trista. Here and Then: In the wrong place at the wrong time. When her cousin dissappeared without a trace, Rue Claridge volunteered to find her. But by retracing Elisabeth's steps, Rue never dreamed she'd wind up in 1892. And she certainly wasn't prepared for Marshal Farley Haynes. He arrested her and threw her in jail. Discovering how dangerous the Old West was, Rue needed his help. Especially when, at any moment, fate could intercede and destiny could be changed by a single bullet. From the author of There and Now.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Silhouette, c2006