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For seven long years, Sarah has heard nothing but her betrothed’s voice against a perpetual storm.

After incurring the wrath of a spiteful Redcoat officer capable of wielding magic, Sarah was separated across centuries from Gabriel, the young man she intended to marry. While Gabriel languishes in a prison where the years pass without aging him, Sarah is trapped in a prese
Kindle Edition, 42 pages
Published July 23rd 2015
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Jul 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
For a story as short as it is, Noontide Sun felt very fast-paced, but in a way that feels natural and unrushed, especially seeing as there was a seven-year skip. It felt as though I genuinely came to know all of the characters, even minor ones that appeared for such a short amount of time, and it really made me want to know more about each and every one of them. I never felt cheated from any aspect, despite the story jumping so deeply into full-swing so suddenly at the very start, which, admittedly ...more
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I have no clue as to what I just read. This story offers little explanation, although it's safe to assume the characters, a young man and woman, begin in the time of the American Revolution and are being condemned by a witchcraft wielding Major Cartwright. Nothing makes sense here. The tale seems to take place at the climax of a written scene. Again, not sure what the author was trying to relay other than time travellers escaping a watery death. That's it. Very odd re
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Apr 29, 2017 rated it really liked it

Intrigue, spies, magic, time travel and romance--this book has it all. Revolutionary war spies, Gabriel and Sarah are separated through magic by time. Gabe is imprisoned in a dungeon in a disintegrating tavern surrounded by a raging storm and rising sea. Sarah is sent through time to the current era with the key to free Gabriel. But can she get to him before it is too late?
May 20, 2019 rated it liked it
Separated by forces beyond their control, a young couple endeavors to reunite in Jessie Thomas's Noontide Sun.

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While trying to prevent untold atrocities in war through a Redcoat's use of magical interventions Sarah and Gabriel, a young couple, are thrown centuries apart with no seemingly possible way to seek the other out. Finding herself flung into a strange future version of the Philadelphia she knows, Sarah is able to
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Jessie hails from the land of chicken wings and snow, otherwise known as Buffalo, NY. She's an indie author who writes historical fantasy, urban fantasy, and paranormal romance.

Jessie earned a B.A. in Television and Film Arts at SUNY Buffalo State, where her full-length screenplay, POST MORTEM, was nominated for the Michael Collyer Fellowship Award in Screenwriting from the Writer’s Guild of Amer
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