"...delightful tale, that pulls you in from the first word."
In a delightful tale, that pulls you in from the first
word, CJ Winters tells the story of Kama Roxbury and Rey
Brodie. Of how they traveled back to 1811 and meet a young
couple Lache and Ellie who are to be married in the spring
and that will mean a great deal to Kama and Rey.
While at The Granite Fork Inn taking depositions from
employees on behalf of the owner, Ray Brodie and Kama
Roxbury decide to take a sleighride. Although it is a
for them, they weren't afraid of getting lost as their
horse Chanda knows his way back.
As they take in the snowy scenery and talk of the
it's getting colder and starts snowing heavily. Rey turns
the sleigh around, they are thankful for Chanda and his
sense of getting back to his oats. As the snow thickens,
until they can barely see, Kama sees lights up ahead
overjoyed to finally be getting back to the inn. As they
get closer they noticed there are other buildings around
and know they are lost, but can ask directions once
As they walk into the tavern they notice something is
dreadfully wrong. The woman coming towards them is dressed
like Martha Washington, there are only candles and the
from the fireplace to give light, customers are eating
wooden spoons, and the girl stirring the food looks
familiar but they don't know from where. As they sit down
at the table they decide that they are in an reenactment
a movie set.
And so begins their adventure and one that will
captivate and keep you turning the pages until the end.
Reviewed by DonnaJ
Reviewed by Donna Whitten
Posted December 7, 2003