A Suffragette in Time by Connie Lacy
“I had difficulty putting my Fire tablet down for the night so I could get enough sleep!” customer review Whisked back in time, Sarah Burns transforms herself into a suffragette. Of course, the 1850s isn’t the best decade to fight for women’s suffrage. But it’s safer than being an abolitionist. Or is it? Living with a family that operates a station on the Underground Railroad, she’s dragged into the escalating battle against unscrupulous slave catchers. Sarah musters courage she never knew she possessed, putting her own safety on the line to protect those around her. Including an arrogant abolitionist who dispenses flirtatious smiles while looking down his nose at women’s equality. A Suffragette in Time is set against the backdrop of one of the most fraught periods in American history – the decade leading up to the American Civil War. Danger, romance and one woman’s personal battle to make the world a better place.
Genre: Time Travel Romance
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages
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