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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / Time Travel
  • Language:English
  • Pages:120
  • eBook ISBN:9781618425607


by Ginger Rapsus

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What if Beth March had lived? Sarah Hastings, a young foster child, time-travels to 1862 Concord, Massachusetts, home of the March family from "Little Women." Sarah is taken in by the family and meets their neighbors, the Laurences, and their houseguest, Captain James Harrison. When Beth falls ill with scarlet fever, Sarah saves her, and they both pursue the handsome Captain Harrison.


What if Beth March had lived? Sarah Hastings, fleeing her latest foster home, gets caught in a thunderstorm. When the skies clear, she finds herself in 1862 Concord, Massachusetts, at the home of the March family from "Little Women." Marmee and the girls embrace Sarah as their own. Sarah meets her new neighbors, the Laurences, and their houseguest, Captain James Harrison, a battle-weary Civil War veteran. James and Sarah find an instant attraction at a dinner party held in his honor, and keep running into each other--even in Washington, DC, when Sarah and Jo visit the Capital City to see Mr. March. When Beth falls ill with scarlet fever, Sarah saves her life with 21st century medicine. Beth blossoms into an outgoing young woman who pursues her dream of a career in music--and also pursues the handsome Captain Harrison. Whom does he choose--Beth or Sarah?

About the author

Ginger Rapsus is the author of more than two hundred magazine articles, along with one non-fiction book, "United States Clad Coinage," and seven novels. She won the Charles B. Fine Literary Award in 2005 and the NLG Best Portfolio Award in 2005. She lives in Chicago.

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