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You don’t always get what you want in life, and no one knows that better than Lizzie Baker. Her only wish is to go home, but in order to do so, she has to find the one light on Brown Mountain that transported her back in time from 1969 to 1859.
When Lizzie’s one opportunity is thwarted, she remains trapped in the antebellum South, a time she’s come to loathe, but that’s not the only reason she’s anxious to return home. The Civil War looms ever closer and she is frantic to leave before the deadliest and bloodiest conflict in American history descends on Brown Mountain.
Lizzie spends her days helping the Collins sisters doctor the people on Brown Mountain and in the little town of Morganton, North Carolina. While learning about the natural healing methods the sisters use, she teaches them the more modern medicine she learned in medical school.
But it’s the nights that keep Lizzie going, searching the mountain with her best friend Abbie to find the one light that can take her home and engaging in secret meetings with Josh Hampton, a plantation owner’s son, risking her life as she helps him lead slaves to freedom.
As time goes by, Lizzie begins to care deeply for Josh, enough that she questions what she will do if the opportunity to go back to her time ever presents itself. Will she step into the light or will she choose to stay with Josh? She fears that when the time comes, she will only have a split second to make that decision and can only pray it will be the right one.
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- Danny Harr
This is the second book in this series. It will make more sense to read them in order. This series is so full of real life ordeals. It's right before the civil war started. Lizzie got zapped back in time to the mountain and now she loves it there or she loves the people. The three sisters that took her in . There is a lot of slavery around this area but there against it. They try and help the ones they can. This is a very good book. Regan Boggs does a great job narraiting this book. If this review has been any help will you please click the helpful link. Thank you
Oh this is book two?
When I read the summary for this book I thought it sounded good I love time travel. My favorite part is the majestic to the new world in different time. Imagine my surprise when the book started and she was trying to touch the light so she could get back to 1969. I was confused at first and thought oh maybe this is how the book is starting? No this is the second book in this Siri’s. I was so angry when I read the summary for the first book that I found on recommended books by this author and it is the same one for the first book as it is for the second. So misleading I am so angry and wish I would’ve gotten a spot.