Troianne (Time Travel Society Series Book 1)
He said all the right things... Then left her alone. Troianne sheldon is your everyday, intelligent student. Witha love for history and stunning figure, she's a catch for any guy. But after a night of passion with a handsome stranger, introduced to her by their mutual friends, she finds herself pregnant with nowhere to turn for advice. Her parents passed away long ago and, so after Troianne finds out she's pregnant, her grandmother passes, too. Left with a large inheritance, she looks forward to life with her new baby. Fate takes the wheel when she goes into labor. On her way to the hospital, she passes out from intense pain and wakes up in a very different place... The next thing she knows, she's hearing carriage wheels and voice shouting for help. Lightning illuminates the inside of what was, only moments before, the bak of a taxi cab. When the door opesn she's greeted by ahand some dressed like stepped out of the past. In shock, she realizes that she's somehow traveled back in time-- ...and she has no idea how to return.
Reaching the blue room, Duncan noticed his mother had turned down the bedding on the big four poster bed. With a nod in her direction he approached the bed and gently laid Troianne on the soft down mattress.
She looked around at the room. It was filled with nineteenth century furniture, and the big white four poster bed took up most of the space in the room. Strange, she thinks to herself, this bed is just like the one I slept in on the farm. Pale blue draperies adorned the windows, while matching linens were fitted to the bed. Troianne wondered again, how in the heck she got here. She saw a large white wardrobe painted with delicate blue flowers and next to it in a corner was a dressing screen painted with the same pale flowers. In the opposite corner stood a basin and mirrored dressing table. On the far wall there was a large ornate white fireplace with a roaring fire warming the once cold room. The mantle held a white Ormolu clock with pale pink and blue flowers surrounding the face. On either side of the bed were night stands that held candle lamps made of brass. Amazing, this place is right out of one of my Nineteenth Century Historical text books. Watching the doctor, she felt so uncomfortable having such a handsome man down between her legs. How embarrassing. In any other situation she would have made him buy her dinner first. She laughed to herself. This guy is a beefcake. Tall, lean muscles, with the most luxurious eyelashes she had ever seen on a man.
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Crystal Miles Gauthier lives with her husband, Joe, and her two lively cats in the lovely city of Lansing, Michigan. A mother of five children and thirteen grandchildren, Crystal enjoys reading, crocheting, writing, traveling, and is a supporter of saving wolves and sea turtles. My very first book was Angel Unaware by Dale Evans. I usually write sitting with my laptop in my recliner.