Charlotte Harper’s best friend Jessica is shocked to receive a letter detailing Charlotte’s journey back in time to save her possible ancestor Elizabeth. The letter, written in 1819, speaks of the consequences of Charlotte’s actions and asks for Jessica’s help.
Charlotte’s adventure begins with a Wiccan ritual and spell that takes her back to 1818. After arriving at a small town on the shore of Owasco Lake, New York, she settles in, finding work at the general store to earn her keep. While awaiting Elizabeth’s arrival, she forms strong bonds with those around her, finding herself part of a tight-knit circle of friends and deeply in love.
Charlotte knows that walking through one door often closes many others, so when she dreams of warnings from the future she left behind, she wants to understand. Is Jessica reaching out to her? What is she trying to tell her? Knowing that one single choice can change who is your friend, your lover, who lives and who dies, Charlotte must choose her path wisely so as not to make the same mistakes.
Heather Lynn, born in Toronto, Ontario, lives with her family just north of the city. Her education in biology and health sciences has supported an ongoing interest in physiology and the potential of herbal healing. In addition, she has been intrigued by the possibility and impossibility of time travel since childhood. When she's not writing, Heather enjoys family time, working in her garden, and learning more about the 'power' of stones.
After publishing Sky Watcher: A Shadow in Time, Heather went on to publish the second book in the Sky Watcher Book Series, the newly released Sky Watcher: Déjà-Vu. Book 3 is a work in progress and expected to be released later this year.
The premise of this story, together with book one of the series, is simply this...
Choices made = consequences.
Sky Watcher: Déjà-Vu
Some believe that within every moment is an endless number of possible new beginnings, That every instant brings with it the opportunity to make a choice, a choice that will lead to many other choices, eventually bringing about a particular end. Yet, there are those happenings in life, some life-changing, some not so much, that are not the result of our choices. Some events are simply … inevitable ...