I have a really great love story and a little fantasy type book to share with you called The Christmas Town written by Elyse Douglas.
Traveling home for Christmas, two young women in their 20s are forced to drive together during a snowstorm, and they get lost. They cross a covered bridge and, suddenly, they enter the past, finding themselves in a small picturesque Vermont town in 1943. They meet two handsome soldiers, who are about to be sent off to war, and they fall in love with them, while also struggling to find a way to return home to their own time.
With the soldiers’ help, on Christmas Eve, the two women finally have one chance to return to their own time, but they are caught between their love for the soldiers, and their desire to return to the present. At the last moment, they must make the difficult decision and, because it is Christmas, a miracle happens.Wow, this was a really wild story! Two women travelling alone in a snowstorm, get lost and cross a covered bridge and suddenly they are not in 2013 anymore, but in 1943!
They have some really wild adventures while they were in this strange time from the past. They had their Ford Fusion Hybrid stolen and it fell into the wrong hands. What a disaster that would have been if someone had gotten that technology back in 1943!
Then they meet 2 soldiers who are shipping off to World War II and they fall in love. Unfortunately, the girls know they can't stay but they don't tell the guys why. The guys don't want them to leave, they have all fallen in love, but they have to get back to their time. It's not easy as they are being chased by the Sheriff who thinks that they are up to no good.
Will they really go or will they stay? Or will the guys follow them to the future?
The author has agreed to give a Kindle Version of this book away. Open Internationally. Good Luck Everyone!
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