Monday, November 11, 2013

Winter of Wishes by Charlotte Hubbard

Over the past six weeks I've been so delighted to have Charlotte Hubbard join my blog at different times introducing her new book Winter of Wishes.  It has been such a treat to have her.  I have also enjoyed digging into the pages of Winter of Wishes and it has been a wonderful book to just chill out with.  It is definitely one that you'd enjoy reading all snug as a bug by the fire during the winter months.  You won't be disappointed.  This is book three in the Season of the Heart series.  I've read the other two books in the series and if you haven't they would be good to add to your to be read pile as well.  Read them in order would probably be a good thing but you won't be too lost if you don't.  You just will know how it ends before you know how it began.  ;P  I'm also please to let you know we'll be having her join us over the next few weeks leading up to Christmas with her Amish Country Christmas book so stay tuned for good reading.

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If you missed any of her post you may find them here....
Book Spotlight
First chapter reveal
guest author post
and a fun yummy recipe Rhoda's Oatmeal Cookies

About the Book:
The book opens on that tragic 22nd November 1963; when the body of President Kennedy arrived at Andrew’s air force from Dallas. The events surrounded his assassination are described by a young agent named Joe Randolph, leaving a profound mark on him for the rest of his life. Then the story goes fifty years into the future, to Thursday November 21, 2013, when the President of the United States is about to travel to Dallas, Texas, to preside over a ceremony commemorating the 50th Anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination. The man in charge of the president’s Secret Service detail is advance agent Jack Randolph. A twenty-year veteran and a second generation of Secret Service agent; his father Joe was part of Kennedy’s detail on that tragic day in Dallas. Jack grew up, listening to his father saying, how they failed to protect Kennedy and how different life could be if he didn’t die on that day.

That Thursday night, after midnight, Jack leaves home for the White House, in order to be ready for the next day’s trip, but a heavy storm is pounding the DC area and on his way to the capital city; he is forced to change his normal route, due to an accident in the expressway. This leaves him no choice, but to take the Arlington Memorial Bridge. As he is crossing the bridge, lightning strikes right in front of his car, causing an amazing phenomenon; a portal opens in front of him, transporting Randolph back in time to the year 1963.

Utterly bewildered, it takes some time for Randolph to finally realize and accept the fact that he has traveled in time to 1963, but as a man who believes in destiny, he is convinced that he is in that particular moment in time for a reason and what better reason than try to amend what his father couldn’t do, which is to save President Kennedy and try to change history. He is convinced that the only person who can ultimately do something to alter the outcome of this tragic event, is the president himself, so in order to accomplish this seemly impossible task, he has to get to him and somehow warning him of the imminent threat on his life.

His first reaction is to look for his father and uncle, who by then were members of Kennedy’s Secret service detail and roommates, living in the Georgetown area. They are the only ones he trust can help him, but it would be a monumental challenge to convince them, first of who he is and second about what is going to happen to President Kennedy.

Follow Jack Randolph in this amazing yet unbelievable adventure and find out, who else will help him to finally reach president Kennedy and if he will be able to accomplish what many people have only dreamed to do, which is, “Trying to change history”.

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About the Author:
A retired officer of the Peruvian Navy, Armando Pazos immigrated to California in the 80s and became a U.S. citizen. Inspired by his passion for history, he began writing fantasy action/adventure for teens and adults in 2002. He is the author of three novels for teens — The Keymaster& the Music Box and The Ghost & the Sailor Chest, both fantasy/action-adventure stories for boys featuring Andy Logan, and a fairy tale, The Blind Princess. His historical fantasy/thriller for adults, Save JFK: A Mission thru Time, featuring time-traveling Secret Service agent Jack Randolph, is an e-book original on Amazon. The father to three children and a stepdaughter, he is married and now lives in New Jersey.

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1 comment:

Cheryl said...

I'm reading this book right now. I absolutely love it.