Return to Yesterday

Return to Yesterday PASSION WAS HER POWER PERIL WAS ITS PRICEStacey Gordon had escaped the terrors of her odyssey through the Western wilderness She was back safe in her husband s arms surrounded by all the comforts of

  • Title: Return to Yesterday
  • Author: June Lund Shiplett
  • ISBN: 9780451121226
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • PASSION WAS HER POWER, PERIL WAS ITS PRICEStacey Gordon had escaped the terrors of her odyssey through the Western wilderness She was back safe in her husband s arms, surrounded by all the comforts of modern civilization.But Stacey could not forget what happened to her on the untamed frontier She could not break free of the memory of the man who taught her the power of hPASSION WAS HER POWER, PERIL WAS ITS PRICEStacey Gordon had escaped the terrors of her odyssey through the Western wilderness She was back safe in her husband s arms, surrounded by all the comforts of modern civilization.But Stacey could not forget what happened to her on the untamed frontier She could not break free of the memory of the man who taught her the power of her own insatiable passions, as he brought her to the very peak of ecstasy And in one desperate gamble, Stacey abandoned all safety to once again be swept back through the vortex of time It was the only way she could hope to quell the raging fire that still burned within her.

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    1. ***If you haven't read the first book don't read further*** A disappointing sequel to Journey to Yesterday, and the story takes up where the first book left off. Stacey Gordon, newly returned from her journey to 1865 still pines for the husband she left behind. Still, she tries to put her marriage with Drew back in order and move forward with her life -- yet nothing is the same as it was before, as well as others who are willing to interfere with the marriage. Eventually Stacey catches Drew in t [...]

    2. Oh, dear. This picks up where the first novel left off and frankly, the author should've left well enough alone. This is a disappointing effort filled with marital disharmony and arguments. Frankly, I wish I'd never read it and just fondly remembered the first novel.

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