The fourth book in my Door County love story series–Timeless–A Door County Love Story–is ready to launch. Timeless has a World War II element, based on entries taken from my father’s Navy journal during his stint on Saipan in the South Pacific. I borrowed from his experiences in order to infuse fiction with realism, such as the crash of a fighter plane into the hanger where his unit did metal work to repair Navy planes.
The plot involves an ill-fated couple in the past whose lives are connected to young lives living on the Door in the future. Both stories unfold through the discovery of lost letters, a device often employed, but intriguing none-the-less. The plot is conflicted with irreconcilable differences, seemingly impossible to overcome. Or are they?
Hidden coves, lost letters, winding lanes, and destined lovers–what’s not to like in the land of fiction?
The tale of Timeless celebrates traditional values, home and family. It is appropriate for teens to adults. Contact Farm Grove Publishing at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase.