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A Love Through All Time

by Jean Nash
Publisher: ImaJinn Books
Release Date: 1999-10-01
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
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Synopsis : A Love Through All Time written by Jean Nash, published by ImaJinn Books which was released on 1999-10-01. Download A Love Through All Time Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Slivers of light shafted in through the Venetian blinds, bathing the room in a soft silvery glow. How lovely it looked, ... Oh, how she loved him—more than she had ever thought it possible for anyone to love another. -- The past is never far away . . . When Andrea Morrow moves to Manhattan to pursue an acting career, she's baffled by the sudden flashbacks she experiences. It's as if she's suddenly been transported to an earlier era. Still, though the strange visions are disturbing, she isn't going to let them stop her. Unexpectedly, she wins the lead in a television miniseries about a fact-based love triangle and murder that happened almost a century ago. When filming begins, Andrea is thrown into daily contact with Justin Dinehart and Paul Salinger. And before long, the three are involved in a dangerous love triangle of their own. Tensions mount on the set. Justin, in a jealous rage, tries to kill Paul, which sends Andrea catapulting into a spontaneous past life regression. There she learns that she, Justin, and Paul were involved in a tragedy that now threatens to ravage their present lives. Is Andrea doomed to repeat the past? Or will she find a way for her and her true love to change their destinies for good? "The author's real knack is her complex and interesting characters whose diversity make the subplots flow smoothly into the main theme." -Harriet Klausner on The Sea Star Jean Nash has lived in New Jersey most of her life. Many of her vacations are spent traveling to historic sites with her husband, gathering research for her novels. For relaxation Jean likes to read biographies and histories, surf the internet, and play Scrabble and Backgammon. But writing is the activity which gives her the most pleasure.

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The past is never far away . . . When Andrea Morrow moves to Manhattan to pursue an acting career, she's baffled by the sudden flashbacks she experiences. It's as if she's suddenly been transported to an earlier era. Still, though the strange visions are disturbing, she isn't going to let them stop her. Unexpectedly, she wins the lead in a television miniseries about a fact-based love triangle and murder that happened almost a century ago. When filming begins, Andrea is thrown into daily contact with Justin Dinehart and Paul Salinger. And before long, the three are involved in a dangerous love triangle of their own. Tensions mount on the set. Justin, in a jealous rage, tries to kill Paul, which sends Andrea catapulting into a spontaneous past life regression. There she learns that she, Justin, and Paul were involved in a tragedy that now threatens to ravage their present lives. Is Andrea doomed to repeat the past? Or will she find a way for her and her true love to change their destinies for good? "The author's real knack is her complex and interesting characters whose diversity make the subplots flow smoothly into the main theme." -Harriet Klausner on The Sea Star Jean Nash has lived in New Jersey most of her life. Many of her vacations are spent traveling to historic sites with her husband, gathering research for her novels. For relaxation Jean likes to read biographies and histories, surf the internet, and play Scrabble and Backgammon. But writing is the activity which gives her the most pleasure.
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