Imagine finding the love of your life only to lose him 1000 years ago.
Nordic professor Erik Jonsson lived a life of dull routine: predictable, consistent, and alone. That was until Tone Thorgilsdottir showed up in class. Awakening long dormant passions, Tone captures Erik’s heart, unleashing a craving and desire he’d never felt before. A winning Time Travel lottery ticket adds to the excitement and the two lovers decide to head back to the time of King Alfred the Great and find a priest to officiate their marriage.
Unfortunately, a glitch in the Time Machine sends them back a hundred years earlier… to Lindisfarne… just as Vikings attack the monastery. In the ensuing confusion and battle, Eric is left behind.
Now Tone must find a way to go back in time to rescue him… that is, if he’s still alive.
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pdmac spent a career in the US Army before transitioning to education as a university Academic Dean. He transitioned again and now writes fulltime. He has a MA in Creative Writing and a Ph.D. in Theology. He is a member of the Blue Ridge Writers Guild, the Steampunk Writers and Artists Guild, and the Georgia Writers Association. A diverse author, writer, and editor, he has also edited a Literature anthology, served as managing editor of an archaeology magazine, ghost-written an autobiography, and has had poems, short stories, articles, and editorials published in various literary journals, magazines and newspapers. His most recent short stories appear in the Short Story America anthologies III and IV, Poets in Hell, The Mulberry Fork Review, and the Fantasy Anthology Chronicles of Mirstone. He has also sung back-up for Broadway plays, provided voice for radio plays, and acted and directed theater stage productions. In his off time, he and his wife enjoy cycling, kayaking, and occasionally backpacking sections of the Appalachian Trail. Additionally, he and his wife love to travel, their favorite place so far being Crete, Greece.