A Thousand Steps

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A Thousand Steps by T. Jefferson Parker

Monday, July 31, 2017

Ever Crave the Rose by Morgan O'Neill- Feature and Review


London 2014―Catherine Howard stumbles upon the tomb of her granddaughter, Anne Howard Brandon, who'd been swept back through time. Horrorstruck, she discovers Anne was murdered in the year 1562. Elizabethan England 1562―Dr. Jonathan Brandon, Anne's husband, pens a desperate message to Catherine, which gives the details of his wife's kidnapping and murder, and the plea to "find a way to undo this!"
Upon discovering the ancient letter, Catherine calls on a time-traveling priest, Father Daniel, to rescue her precious granddaughter. But journeying back to the sixteenth century is a dangerous undertaking, the life and death risks sobering and real. Will Daniel survive? Can anyone thwart the evil that threatens Anne, or is the timeline immutable, her fate sealed? Daniel calls upon the forces of heaven and earth―including a secret Vatican society of time travelers―to aid in this quest. Will they be able to help? Can they change the course of history? Will time rewind?



Ever Crave the Rose (The Elizabethan Time Travel, #3)Ever Crave the Rose by Morgan O'Neill
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ever Crave the Rose (The Elizabethan Time Travel, #3) by Morgan O'Neill is a Time's Arrow Productions publication.

The characters are strong, well-drawn, and developed and the dialogue is crisp, and true to the era. The book is well- researched, with a real authenticity to it, as it features real life characters, from the Elizabethan age. I was riveted, and completely absorbed in the story from start to finish and I loved the way the story all came together in the end, although there are a few moments of sadness, along the way. There is a bit of twist in there too, which gives me hope that there will be more adventures upcoming in this amazing series!!

Fans of this series, lovers of historical fiction, time travel, and romance will not want to miss this one!

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A chance meeting at a writers' conference brought Cary Morgan and Deborah O'Neill Cordes together, two award-winning authors who connected because of a mutual love of time travel fiction. Collaboration ensued, the search for a pen name the first step in their working relationship. Their maiden names provided the solution - and "Morgan O'Neill" was born. 

Cary and Deborah's backgrounds are uniquely suited to writing stories steeped in atmosphere and history: Deborah has a master's degree in history and is a dedicated genealogist; Cary is a talented linguist in French and is currently a student of Latin. They've traveled to Europe's ancient and medieval sites many times, with Cary living on the Continent for five years. 

The Morgan O'Neill time travel novels have received a number of literary awards, including two finalist wins in the Booksellers' Best Awards, two semifinalist wins in the William Faulkner-William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition, first, second, and third place wins for the Mainstream Novel with Strong Romantic Elements category of the Golden Rose Contest, a top ten finalist award in the Pacific Northwest Writers' Conference Zola Awards Literary Contest, and a top ten finalist win in the Orange Rose Contest.


  1. This sounds like a very interesting book! : )

  2. It is a very good time travel series!! Thanks for stopping by The Book Review!!


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