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Sinopsis: A teenage girl enters the carriage in Central Park and disembarks in Victorian, England. Cursed by her sister Brooke, Alexis Powell arrives in the Victorian Era where she meets Ezra; a man recently murdered by an assassin his brother Amos, hired. A supernatural creature, Ezra sees into Alexis’ mind with a touch and Intrigued by her memories, offers his help only to be rebuffed for his kindness. Alexis runs away, but Ezra can’t shake off what he saw. He follows her through the streets of London. Vulnerable after the loss of his Father, Amos’ harassment, and Alexis’ many rejections, Ezra decides to leave her alone. Alexis is unable to find work and faced with starvation. She steals a tomato and Ezra finds her facing the local magistrate and an angry mob. He fights and pays for her freedom. Finally accepting the help he offers, Alexis moves into the manor Ezra shares with his brother. A romance blossoms, but the bond between Ezra and Amos is worse than Alexis’ and Brooke’s. While Ezra and Alexis search for a way to send her home, Amos looks for a way to kill them.
About the Author: Born in Ojai, and raised in the San Fernando Valley, California, Jena always loved to read and dreamed of writing a novel. Having the ability, but lacking the confidence to do so, she enrolled in the UCLA Writer’s Extension and soon her first novel was in process. Jena writes YA fantasy, historical fantasy, and paranormal romance. She is also a screenwriter and reads for a screenwriting contest annually. When she isn't writing she spends her free time with her husband, amazon parrot, and toy Maltese.
Título: The Carriage
Editorial: Jena Baxter Books
Año de publicación: 2015
Condición del libro: Very Good
Descripción Jena Baxter Books, 2015. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0991167732