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Lost in Nowhere – Legacy in Legend III

$9.99

Age range: 12 and up
Paperback, 320 pages
Book III of the Legacy in Legend series

Not all dreams are meant to be followed.

Although Jeni has fully accepted her spiritual ability, she’s unnerved by the apparition of a pioneer girl asking for help. But as the girl’s tragic love story unfolds in her dreams, Jeni’s resistance melts and she resolves to save the soul of the ghost’s lost love.

Jeni dreams through the eyes of the ghost girl, Marielle, experiencing the ill-fated turn of events firsthand. When she discovers that her own impulses cause Marielle to act uncharacteristically, Jeni believes she can change the past. Despite warnings against meddling with time, Jeni forges ahead, convinced she can use the dreams to find the moment where the soul of Marielle’s lover might be saved.

Deep inside a dream and intent on her quest, Jeni is lured into a trap which binds her soul to the ghost girl. If she can escape the evil force that tricked her, she’ll still need to figure out how to return to the present. With no allies, no knowledge about crossing through time, and limited 18th century resources, Jen is terrified by her prospects. Failure will leave her soul trapped in the past, or worse… lost in nowhere.

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Barbara Pietron

Barbara Pietron is the author of the urban fantasy novels, Veiled Existence, Soulshifter, Thunderstone, and Heart of Ice. Having a love for witches and vampires before they were trendy, she gravitates toward stories with supernatural elements both when she reads and when she writes. Although classified as young adult, her books are enjoyed by a wide audience—pre-teen through adult. ​ Barbara’s novel Thunderstone was awarded 2013 Book of the Year Finalist status by Forward Reviews and before it was published, Thunderstone was a quarter-finalist in the 2012 Amazon Breakout Novel Award contest, winning a review by Publisher’s Weekly. ​ When she’s not writing, Barbara works in two libraries where she’s tortured by all the books she has yet to read. She’s a cult fan of the movies Labyrinth and Nightmare Before Christmas and a fan of all things Tim Burton. Barbara lives in Royal Oak, Michigan with her husband, daughter and sassy cat.