Summer Solstice

Saturday, June 21, the longest day of sunlight, the summer solstice and a reoccurring date in many of my books. I’ve always had a fondness for this day, and this time of year. Sunlight and warm summer days, what’s not to enjoy.

My next book, Until We Meet Again, has a special event scheduled for June 21, in 1888. It’s a time-travel romance set in the gilded age of New York.

Victoria Winters, a time-traveling courier of musical artifacts posing as a governess, encounters a much too attractive investment banker with a charming eight year old daughter who reminds Victoria of her own four year old daughter waiting for her at home, back in the future. Her boss, Jules Vanderziet, known as the Time Maestro, holds her daughter and her life in his hands. As he sends her off on her latest assignment he asks her, “What would you be willing to lose to have everything you ever wanted?”

More information coming soon regarding it’s upcoming release.
But for now, it’s time to enjoy more hours of sunlight and the warm days of summer.

Enjoy always, T

5 Comments on “Summer Solstice

  1. Your book sounds intriguing.

    I, too, like the summer solstice, but for different reasons–from now on, the days get shorter! 😉

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    • Made me laugh. I’ve always enjoyed the sunshine. Love the long lazy days of summer. Still a kid at heart. Enjoy always, T

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