~Written by Janet Kay
Prairie Rose Johanssen, known to her family and friends as Rose, lives in the present day, but feels connected to the past. In a desperate attempt to find herself she flees her family and fiance to begin a new life. Something seems to be drawing Rose to Montana and once she arrives she feels an awkward sense of deja vu. The pieces start to fall into place and Rose realizes she must discover the past in order to help her move into the future. Making her way to Virginia City, Montana, Rose immediately recognizes many buildings from drawings she used to do as a child. Rose decides to stay in Virginia City and meets Paul DuBois. The electricity between them does not go unnoticed, and Rose is strongly cautioned by an inner voice not to trust him. Rose comes to learn Virginia City has many residence, several of whom are no longer living. Paul, a historian, tracks the ghostly activity and invites Rose along. Lured to an old headstone with the simple inscription "Amelia 1868." Rose feels compelled to learn all she can about the woman who lies in the grave. Will Rose discover the truth and find out her life's purpose or end up lost forever living in the past?
Janet Kay is a gifted storyteller, who enthralls her readers with her brilliant imagination and alluring plot. Amelia 1868 is a story you won't be able to put down.
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