Amanda Jayde: Caught on Tape! In New Orleans at RT Booklovers Convention

 

 

It’s always a good time for a time travel!  Or so says author Amanda Jayde!

There’s lots of excitement in New Orleans including the celebration of an anthology titles Time Out of Darkness and we chat with author Amanda Jayde who has a hot romance in the anthology.  Her story is called Spellbound and a man from 1800’s time travels through a mysterious mausoleum and ends up in modern day New Orleans.

Information about the book-

In Brompton Cemetery located in West London, UK you can find a mysterious mausoleum rumored to be a time machine. Dark stories of its origins have fueled the imaginations of thousands over the years. Each story transports you to the mausoleum where your journey begins.

Mary Shelley’s League of Supernatural Hunters

1888. As Bram Stoker and Elijah Van Helsing fight an evil witch, Bram recalls the origin of the League, when Mary Shelley met her first monster, and where he hopes to find the answer to his new dilemma, waking up in 2014 New Orleans, Louisiana.

Spellbound

When a man of the 19th century finds himself asking for help from a white witch of the 21st century comedy, mayhem and romance ensue. Will Gideon choose to remain in the 21st century with Lucy or return to his own time to ensure history is not altered?

A Charm of Grey

CeCe was the timid daughter of a call girl in the Storyville district of New Orleans until fate swept her into London and a secret society organized and protected by the crown of England.

When King Edward VII’s life is put in jeopardy, the society must use everything in their power to save him — even if it means allowing CeCe to use voodoo.

The Bitter Taste of Time

An elderly woman still mourning the death of a son who died at the Somme, encounters a man with a fascinating tale of time travel. As he weaves a tale over tea, she allows herself to believe the impossible and contemplates giving up everything she has for one last moment with the son she so dearly loved.

An Anthology
An Anthology

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