Louisiana pre-civil war [1858]; a haunted plantation, buried secrets, undying love and forgiveness.

When people think of time travel, they think of the clichéd manufactured kind. Of giant electronic machines with flashing lights and buttons calibrated to shoot you into the past with one press. But it doesn’t work that way. You need a reason, a connection, and—most important—a link. But you can’t choose when and why you go. That would be too easy, and we’d all be snapping our fingers in hopes of seeing lost treasures of yesteryear. It must choose you.


Close cousins Addison and Elissa live in present day New York City and lead somewhat ordinary lives. When uncertain circumstances surrounding a set of antique perfume bottles sends them back to eighteenth-century France, they must uncover the truth behind their travel.

Disaster strikes when Addison finds herself in a nearly identical situation to a mishap she experienced in the present—the witnessing of a murder and release of a secret. Only this time the truth could destroy the entire French monarchy. With Addison’s head on the line, the young women search for answers before Addison suffers her unlucky fate twice. It is only when they discover the haunting connections to life in the present, that they understand why they both were sent, and why a repeating past...may not always be such a bad thing. 

​Scent of the Past ​​

AMERICAN AUTHOR 


UPCOMING WORK: 

Blackird's Bounty  

"Abigail was born into slavery during the fall of 1842 when harvest time was in full swing and there wasn’t time to tend to new babies. Everyone expected her to come out light skinned like her momma, who had bits of Creole in her, but Abigail came out like her father, dark as midnight under a blue bayou."

A secret diary. A forgotten past. Another time.