A SHADOW IN THE PAST
a debut novel by Melanie Robertson-King – aka moi.
When a contemporary teen is transported back through time to the Victorian era, she becomes A Shadow in the Past…
Nineteen-year-old Sarah Shand finds herself thrust back into the past. There she struggles to keep her real identity from a society that finds her comments and ideas strange and her speech and actions forward, unlike Victorian women. When Sarah verbally confronts confining social practices, including arranged marriages; powerful enemies commit her to a lunatic asylum. After falling in love with the handsome Laird of Weetshill, Robert Robertson, she must decide whether to find her way back to her own time or to remain in the past with him.
A Shadow in the Past is available as a paperback from Amazon, Chapters, and local bricks ‘n mortar bookstores.
If you’d prefer to buy it as an ebook, all you have to do is click on the logo of your choice to download it. The link for all the amazon domains is the same, you just have to change the .co.uk to your own.
So what are you waiting for? It’s your opportunity to get a great read in print or ebook format!
11 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge – A is for A SHADOW IN THE PAST”
And you are off to a smashing start! Have fun with it, Melanie.
Looks like an interesting read.
Nice !! Great start Melanie !! I will ride along with u !!!
Fascinating plot.Thanks for sharing- I have a young friend who could use a book like this! Here on the A to Z hop. I look forward to more letters!
Sounds like a fascinating book. I love the premise! Wish I’d have thought of it.
I love historical books; although I know that they’re not always accurate, I read them more for the storytelling and not for the history lesson. But I do keep my computer handy and will look up facts, because it’s all very interesting to me. I did this when I was watching the first season of Tudors. I loved what they got right and was curious about the creative changes they made.
I also think these books do a good job of making younger people interested in our history.
Thanks for the blurb.
Thanks so much for dropping by, ladies! I hope you’ll visit again throughout the month.
Kimberly, I’m glad you liked the blurb and hope that the younger folk like my writing.
Thanks, Cheryl. Should you get a copy of my book, I hope you enjoy it.
Hi Bethany. I’m intrigued by your comment. I hope your young friend is able to read my book. I think she would enjoy it… but then I’m biased… 🙂