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Author: Penny Hayes
ISBN: 1931513562
Language: English
Pages: 170 pages
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Bella Books (March 1, 2004)
Rating: 4.3
Formats: azw docx lrf mbr
FB2 size: 1325 kb | EPUB size: 1672 kb | DJVU size: 1727 kb

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Eloise has a perfect life, complete with a loving husband and two teen-aged children.

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The Tomstown Incident. This diary entry in the prologue sets the theme for the story of The Tomstown Incident. Caught between two worlds, Eloise needs to make a decision that will change her life foreve. loise has a perfect life, complete with a loving husband and two teen-aged children. What if everyone has a soul mate but each is born in a different time? As a child, Eloise transcends time to meet her soul mate. Tell us if something is incorrect.

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Eloise has a perfect life, complete with a loving husband and two teen-aged children. So why can't she get past the feeling that something is missing... something she can't quite put her finger on? When Eloise discovers a link between her world and the past, everyone around her begins to think she's gone mad. But when the past becomes more real to her than the present, and she can't let go of the thought of Marion's arms around her, it somehow no longer matters what everyone else is thinking. Soon decisions must be made and they will not be easy. Will Eloise stay in today's world - full of modern convenience and everything she has ever known? Or will she leave this time forever and return to the past - a time when the world is on the brink of war. Either way, she could end up losing Marion forever.
Comments (3)
I've read all of Penny Hayes books and was looking forward to reading this one. This story about a housewife living in the early 1970s who is married to a domineering jerk and two horrible and selfish children. The housewife finds out that she can travel back in time but thinks she's going crazy when it happens. The end of this books was abrupt. There was also absolutely no sex in this book, unlike Ms. Hayes other stories (if its a love story, there needs to be at least ONE love scene!) I also didn't buy that a married woman would fall instantly in love with the lady from the past because they barely exchanged more then a few words. The whole book was not as entertaining as Hayes's other books. I traded this book in at my local gay bookstore for a store credit ...
This book was so full of history it didn't leave time for me to understand how Marian and Eloise got together and why it was important for them to be together. Eloise threw me because she enjoyed the sex with her husband but couldn't wait to get to Marion. I felt like there must have been a chapter left out or something. The ending also made no sense, it ended abruptly and without any true conclusion. I just didn't get it.
i was exspecting a book similar to her other books with western context.i don't care much for time travel, and that is what this book reminded me of