True love can conquer time, distance, and societal differences.
Des Moines, IO (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
As society has evolved, we’ve become comfortable with inter- generational romance. Can love survive a 143-year age gap?
In “Believe” by Jan Walters, a modern day woman, Ann, is compelled to purchase an antique photo album she finds in a vintage bookstore. Ann finds herself oddly attracted to a man pictured in the album.
Meanwhile, Ann’s love life is spiraling out of control as she breaks off a relationship with a coworker and he begins to stalk her. The co-worker attempts to physically attack her and they are both thrown back into time.
Ann wakes up in the house of the attractive male she was gazing from the album and he mistakenly identifies her as his fiancé who was previously missing. She must avoid her present day stalker in Victorian England while navigating a relationship with the mysterious 19th century man.
“’Believe’ shows that true love can conquer time, distance, and societal differences,” Walter said. “To my knowledge this is the first book where both the heroine and villain travel in time.”
By Jan Walters
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About the Author
Jan Walters enjoys researching her own family history. She and her husband own a farm and grow produce to sell at the local farmers' market and other retail outlets. Besides her love of writing fiction, Jan owns a consulting company, which specializes in the delivery of government nutrition benefits