"A Wonderful Time Travel!"
I believe this was one of the most powerful and emotional
time travels I've ever read. It pulled at my heartstrings
in a big way. I started reading it one afternoon and
finished reading it the next morning.
It is 1945 and Vickie Cheney has come to Charleston to
finally see if she can go back to her normal life after the
war. She's in Charleston to get her nine year old baby
sister Cathy who had to be put in an orphanage while Vickie
was a nurse in the war. Adrian Bennett is also in
Charleston to pick up his only son, Nate from the very same
orphanage. The problem is that they have found out that
Nate and Cathy perished in a fire. Adrian and Vickie are
Then while roaming the streets of Charleston Vickie keeps
seeing Cathy with a young boy. When she tries to get close
to them, they run away and disappear. When Vickie and
Adrian finally meet and know who each other are, they
compare notes and Adrian confesses that he sees them too.
Adrian feels that they are just restless spirits. Vickie
and Adrian do not know that there's much more to the story.
Can they just figure it all out before it's too late for
This story had me spellbound. I've always been a fan of
Eugenia Riley and she's done it again with this book. It is
a must read!
Reviewed by Kathy Boswell
Posted July 3, 2001
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 19, 2006