Why would a ghost choose to remain Earth-bound for hundreds of years?
Ann Warren Little vividly depicts her childhood in England: her perilous journey to Colonial America aboard a Mayflower ship; five decades living and loving at Plimoth Plantation; and her shocking death during King Philip's War.
Learn why this broken-hearted ghost continually refuses to go home. Experience Ann's compulsion to find both Ship's Master William Pierce who brought her to the New Colony in 1623 - and her own Future Self - to attempt to bring closure to their clandestine 1600s relationship.
Will Ann and William's Future Selves master their shared lessons in present time? Can they convince Ann - a remarkably stubborn ghost - to finally move to the Light to heal? Will Ann forgive William, or once again remain a ghost....
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- Matthew J. Hardin
Great story whether you believe it or not
I love stories about past lives. The detail she goes into makes you feel like you lived it with her in colonial America. I'm very much looking forward to her next book.
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- Linda Tunnell
This book will change the way you look at your family and friends. Beyond the fact that this is a great story, it explains how we continue to work on our past issues. It is all very relatable and really makes you think about your present relationships.
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