Berkley, Jan 2005
Social worker Sarah Jane Tremont is weary of all that goes wrong as she works cases on the Salt Flats area of Los Angeles. Her last assignment puts her over the edge so she quits. While walking on the beach seeking solace, a storm hits.
When the air clears, Sarah Jane is no longer in present day Southern California; instead somehow she finds herself in 1888 Wyoming Territory where she treks to the nearest farm. John Beckett accuses her of being mean though he takes her in. Bewildered, Sarah Jane learns that she looks just like John's sister-in-law, whose husband, his brother, is dead. She and John fall in love, but will he believe her transportation tale?
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner