edited the description of Twice Upon Time Saturday, January 1, 2011.
is plaguedby a persistent dream. She can see a manand a woman on the beach, andshe can hear their conversation. Alessio loves Bianca,and she him, but Bianca is goingto marry his older brotherwho is physically deformed and terribly cruel. It is an arrangedmarriage, but because it will give Bianca power and wealth, she admitsto Alessio that even ifshe had a choice, she would still marry Ugo. Driven by her dream, Sarah goes to Florence, Italy and wanders into a shop where she feels strange phenomena happening to her. She touches furniture and objects and suddenly she is part of the dream; ultimately she becomes Bianca and she knows that she has been given a second chance to change the course of her life. As Bianca, she relives the dreams with Alessio butnow she has visions of the future. She sees herself and Alessio as lovers, but she also sees their death at Ugo's hands. Adamantto marry Ugo despite the warnings, she allows herself one night of love with Alessio. Onher wedding day, Bianca surprises everyone as the result of another vision. Amidst turmoil in the city of Florence, Alessio goes offto war to fight forthe Republic of Florenceand Bianca follows him. She has had more visions that involve Alessio and Ugo as well as herself and she understands thatthe threeof them are not through yet. With Ugo supporting the powerful Medici's and Alessio fighting for the Republic, Bianca's visions cease to showher the future. She was able to change her life once before, but she does not know if she can effect a change twice in her life.Nina Beaumont has written a fascinating story - Twice Upon Time is interesting and fulfilling reading! Twice Upon Time is a profound reading experience! A romance about true and passionate love! Nina Beaumont is a remarkably talented author! I'll read anything penned by her!Gloria Miller -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times