Graziella Fortuna, a famed pianist, is frightened by a strange man, and by a note placed on her windshield. Shortly afterward, she is transported through time to England, then to a lush estate on the fierce Atlantic Coast--early in the nineteenth century. There she encounters three sisters possessing magical powers, and several handsome, compelling, powerful men. In her journey of self-discovery, she must face personal loss, grief, terror, deception, and betrayal befoe arriving at the opportunity for self-acceptance and the possibility of love with the man she has sought through time.
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Patricia Grace Joyce is an author, novelist, screenwriter, poet, photographer, song lyricist and a diverse visual artist. Born in Creskill, New Jersey, she spent much of her youth in Rockland County, New York. She holds a degree from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, and graduated with honors in the visual arts. She lives in Los Angeles, California.Review:
THE MAGIC OF TIME, a debut novel by Patricia Grace Joyce; is a well-researched and entertaining time-travel mystery romance, transporting our tormented heroine, Graziella Fortuna from present-day Los Angeles to a past life in nineteenth century London, England. Brilliantly plotted, colorfully written, vividly imagined, it is a riveting tale of the paranormal, embracing the universal challenge of love vs. fear. ----firstname.lastname@example.org
The Magic of Time is a must read for everyone. A tale of tragic, epic, and metaphysical tale-telling! Patricia Joyce takes us from the present-day world of Los Angeles to the 19th century ton, where the rich are as deeply entrenched in mystery, passion, and the chain reaction events that truly do follow us into other lifetimes. This book has everything you would want in a story! It captures you from page one and it doesn t let go! I loved it. --Vicki Monroe, Spirit Messenger, Psychic Medium, CSI Investigator, Author
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Book Description Countinghouse Press, Inc., 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0978619145
Book Description Countinghouse Press, Inc., 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 364 pages. 9.20x1.30x6.10 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0978619145