is a time-travel romance blended with actual historical events and a macramé of intrigue and murder.
Kastina Terrence is a bright and successful physical therapist. Her boyfriend, Tanner McKastner, owns three upscale restaurants. At the wedding of Tanner's younger sister, Kastina finally realizes that her relationship with Tanner is over. Lamenting the end of this relationship, she goes for a stroll in the gardens where the wedding has just taken place. She pauses at the top of a wooden bridge. Suddenly the wind picks up, and she breaks through the bridge's railing into the stream below and back to 1938 to the wedding of Tanner's grandmother. Kastina knows that an enraged desk clerk will kill his grandmother's fiancé before the wedding can take place.
She experiences New York during the Depression, before television, cell phones, and DVDs, and gets to experience the hey day of radio drama, the New York World's Fair, Frank Sinatra in live performance, and other actual historical events. She meets Zachary, Tanner's great-uncle, who is an accomplished artist. She knows that Zachary will eventually die of complications from alcoholism. However, despite her best efforts, she falls in love with him. Will Kastina be able to influence Zachary enough to save him from his fate? Will she be able to prevent Tanner's grandfather from being murdered, and if she does, what will that mean for future generations of the McKastner family?
Lichelle Christensen is the author of the time-travel romance My Friend, My Hero, the Christmas story, Santa?s Last Delivery, and several short stories, including the award-winning short story ?The Opportunity.? She was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah and has been a resident of Utah all her life. She currently makes her home with her family in St. George, Utah.