Ashley and Jack have traveled back in time again. They went from 2016 to 1940, just before America’s involvement in World War II. They were on a public relations flight dreamed up by the Pentagon to celebrate Ashley’s promotion to rear admiral, making her the youngest admiral in history. They’ve time travelled before, but this time it’s different – they encountered a time portal, or wormhole – in the sky. They have a duty – to warn the authorities of the coming war. They also have a duty to themselves. They want to return to their home, their home in 2016. Their plane had a cockpit data recorder, a Black Box, which would give them the coordinates to find the wormhole and return home. But they’re horrified when they realize that 1940 technology could not read the data on the Black Box. They’re stranded – 76 years in the past. Will they have to restart their lives from 1940 and never return home? Or will they find a way to read the secrets of the box?
The Thanksgiving Gang, Sequel to The Gray Ship Book Two of The Time Magnet Series Jack Thurber has traveled through time – again. This was his fourth journey through time, earning him a nickname The Time Magnet. But this time he’s traveled into the future. He discovers that he and his Navy Captain wife Ashley were killed in a terrorist nuclear attack on Ashley’s ship on Thanksgiving Day, 2015.
Four other ships were attacked in what became known as the Thanksgiving Attacks. Jack’s got to find a way back to the past, the past when he and Ashley were still alive. To do that he forms a group of people to help him. They call themselves The Thanksgiving Gang. Dare he change history? Dare he not? Rip roaring, gut wrenching suspense wrapped in a story of friendship and courage.
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Time Travel
Jaye Ramsey decided to prove to her eccentric grandmother that time travel only existed in movies by vacationing in Bolivia with her friends. When she woke up in Hawksatter, England, 1735—the same town her grandmother supposedly vanished from as a young woman—Jaye found refuge at a hunting lodge but the strapping, reclusive baron who took her in reminded her all too well she was a lone woman at his mercy.
Accused of murdering his newly-wedded wife a decade earlier, Lord Lucas Kenway closed the family farm and shut out the world. He never expected the little spitfire he claimed responsibility for would turn his quiet life upside down. Pushed together by fate and his meddling servants, Lucas wanted Jaye on his own terms and refused to surrender his hardened heart.
Then a mysterious wise man offered Jaye a way home.
Should she return to the future and the only life she’d ever known, or stay in an uncertain past as a stranger in a new world?