Hey there, everyone! Welcome to Jan Scarbrough's "Timeless"' stop on my blog :)
Author: Jan Scarbrough
When Beth Abbott receives a surprise inheritance from her birth mother, she travels to the family’s nineteenth century mansion in Old Louisville, now a bed and breakfast. There she meets the resident ghost, a little girl whose crying scares, but intrigues guests. Beth sets out to discover the identity of the ghost and why she appears happy to Beth, not sad.
Jeff Halstead, a man with several secrets, runs the bed and breakfast. But he’s more than that to Beth, and she feels their connection immediately. A psychic medium who doubts his skills, Jeff slowly uncovers the truth of their past lives. Will he be in time to reveal the identity of Beth’s enemy? Will the love they shared in the past follow them into the future?
This is a story of how the present comes to terms with the past and how some people are all too caught up with the present that they forget to think about where they came from and forget to look back in time, and realize that the past still has something to do with who we are today.
I really admire the imagery that was done in this book. Seriously, it's one of the best things about any book because once you read something and if the descriptions, the imagery are well-done, then it makes you feel inclined in reading the book even more.
Anyway, the story was well-written and has invoked all the right emotions that were needed. In a way, it's also a breath of fresh air since it's different from most of the stories that you encounter right now in a sense that it has that classic-novel feel, mixed with some fantasy and romance, as well. Mysterious books are nice to read when they are well-written and this book is one of those.
If you're looking for something different and great to read, then try Timeless and be in awe of Scarbrough's writing skills.
|Channing Tatum as Jeff|
|Elizabeth Olsen as Beth|