By Marilyn Gardiner

Who is she? Whose child is she carrying? From the moment Beth Kincaid rubs the brass of long dead Olivia Avenlyng while she and her husband tour England, two worlds collide. Olivia freely inhabits Beth's body, and Beth is pulled back in time to relive the terror of Olivia's life, torn between love and duty.

What They Are Saying About Flight Of Angels

“This is wonderful for a first one! I enjoyed the unique premise of this tale. FLIGHT OF ANGELS is nicely presented, with characters that are realistic in dealing with the phenomenon of cross-century communication. Time travel is never an easy topic and has been presented with various means of movement between eras, but in this story it was nicely done, using a unique transport method. Well written, with an appealing plot, FLIGHT OF ANGELS will warm your December nights.”

Jani Brooks
Romance Review Today

“FLIGHT OF ANGELS is an involving and well-structured read that I found difficult to put down. The narrative pulls the reader from chapter to chapter as the life of Elizabeth unfolds, intertwining with Beth’s modern-day experience. It’s a thoroughly entertaining effort from a talented author, and I’m looking forward to her next release.”

Katriena Knights
December 2001, from ImaJinn Books


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