This is a wonderful time travel romance. I enjoyed it.
Belle Fontaine was a relic of Louisiana's gracious past, a crumbling Civil War plantation house, where shadowy images seemed to flit between the shifting pools of sunlight, and haunting melodies echoed through the empty rooms. For Sarah Jennings it was a refuge from the inconsolable sorrow of her brother's death in theVietnam War, a place where she could lose herself in swirling dreams of a dark-eyed lover who called to her across the years...
Damien, too, had lost a brother to war-the War Between the States-but in Sarah's soft embrace he found a sweet ecstasy that made life worth living again. If only he could fathom the mystery surrounding her arrival at Belle Fontaine, if only he knew whether
they were to share more than a brief tryst in time.
It is a good story line, she goes overboard with too much thought about what might or might not happen. Nice time travel idea.
About this title: Inconsolable after her brother's death in Vietnam, Sarah Jennings seeks refuge in Louisiana's Belle Fontaine, a crumbling Civil War plantation house where she could lose herself in the swirling dreams of a dark-eyed lover who calls to her from across the years. Damien, too, lost a brother to war -- the War Between the States -- but in Sarah he finds a sweet ecstasy that makes life worth living again.