Meanwhile, Beth's brother, Russ, has spent his life dedicated to building a time travel machine he calls the Scorpion. It's now complete and ready for experimentation.
Beth hates the contraption and wants no part of it. But when her life is threatened, the Scorpion’s her only means of escape. She's taken back to the year 1860 in a barn owned by a widower with three small children. With a broken-down machine, can she endure this challenging life while she hopes and prays her brother will build another machine and find her?
Twenty-six-year-old Beth has enough drama in her life. Her unstable job leaves her with a shaky future. A violent stalking ex-boyfriend causes more stress. And on top of that, a serial killer’s on the prowl killing women with Beth's identical physical traits.
Meanwhile, her brother Russ has spent his life dedicated to building a time machine. Now complete, it's ready for test runs.
Beth hates the contraption and wants no part of it. But when her life's threatened, the machine is her only means of escape. Traveling back to the year 1860, she lands inside a barn owned by a widower with three small children. Stranded with a broken-down machine, Beth must endure this challenging life while hoping and praying her brother can build another machine and come to the rescue. But how will he know where to look?
About the Author
Kathleen Ballantine Watson is the author, under the name Kathleen Ballantine, of According to His Will, an exploration of the wealth of Gods promises that transforms the scriptures into powerful prayers. This is her first novel. She currently lives in Florida.