When Brianne Quinlan woke up after the accident, she thought she was losing her mind. Gone were the last things she remembered: her car, the highway, and the tall buildings that lined the road. Instead she found herself in a meadow surrounded by trees and rolling lawns.... read more
The last thing Brianne remembers is driving along the highway, outside of New Orleans. But when she wakes up after the accident, she finds herself sitting in the middle of a meadow, staring up at the most handsome man she'd ever seen--and he's telling her the year is 1856.
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