Charlie Cannon’s love of history has led to a very successful writing career. Research for his next book has brought him to Stone, South Dakota, where he hopes to find a topic worthy of best seller status.
Jacy Douglas’s ancestors homesteaded near Stone almost one hundred forty years ago, but now a national conglomerate wants her Gram’s land to build a western theme amusement park and resort. Unless Jacy can find the original deed to the land, and determine whether a long-dead relative was an outlaw, the Circle B ranch will be lost.
A chance meeting between Charlie and Jacy starts sparks flying and they are mysteriously swept up in a dust storm and end up in the original town of Stone in 1877.
During the day, Charlie finds excitement living the history he has only written about. But the attraction he feels for Jacy is something that transcends the centuries and at night, they share a passion that helps them forget they may be lost in time forever. Even as they find answers to Jacy’s quest and the mysteries of the past, how can they get that information, and themselves, back to the present?
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Barbara Baldwin was born in California and now resides in the midwest. She loves to travel and explore new places, which usually means each of her novels is set in a different locale. She has been published in formats from poetry and short stories to full-length fiction. She wrote and co-produced a documentary on state history which won state and national awards, but she really loves writing romance, whether it be contemporary, historical or time travel. Just for fun, each year she writes a Christmas short story for family and friends—some heartfelt and others whimsical – but always a gift from her heart. She has an MA in Communication, has taught at the college level and has made over 100 presentations at state and national conferences. She also loves to create art through pottery and fused glass, candles, baskets and quilts.