Dear Maude (The Dear Maude Trilogy Book 1) by Denise Liebig
Emily thought her college scholarship was a step forward...
But it turned out to be a step backward... IN TIME
Dear Maude is a multi-genre novel that blends time travel romance, mystery and intrigue, set in different time periods, with enough twists and turns to keep you turning the pages. It's the multi-award winning story of a naive college graduate, whose first job is anything but conventional.
Go on an unforgettable, romantic, Time Travel Adventure
2017 Readers’ Favorite Awards Bronze Medal Winner, Fiction-Tall Tale Category
2018 New Apple Summer eBook Awards, Official Selection
"Beautifully written, this story brings time travel to life!"
Upstate New York, 2012. Emily Stanton, a sociology major, graduates from college and is obligated to work for the mysterious company that funded her education. But a job with Evergreen Research Corporation is not what she expects.
From fancy balls and operas to corsets and kid gloves, Emily learns to be a specialist in 1910 society. In the process, she finds herself fully immersed in the lives of wealthy aristocrats and industry leaders, whose thirst for power leads them to manipulate everything, including time. Thrust into this strange and dangerous world, Emily becomes their most important asset.
Unable to trust her coworkers or her surroundings, however, Emily finds herself alone--with her very survival in the hands of a handsome stranger, Wendell Beringer. Unfortunately, Emily soon discovers that he has a few secrets of his own.
Can she trust this man or the feelings she develops for him?
Only time will tell.
Follow Emily's unexpected journey, where journal entries to her deceased aunt and the powerful secrets they contain, become her only link to the life she once knew and the future she must choose to follow.
Get a copy and go on an adventure you will never forget!
Other Books by Denise Liebig:
The Dear Maude Trilogy Collection
For the Love of Maude
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