Finding Elizabeth

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Prepare to fall into a love that is powerful enough to prevail over tragedy, death, and multiple lifetimes...


     When eighteen-year-old Nate meets Elizabeth by chance during the height of the French Revolution he has no idea that his entire life is about to change. They quickly fall in love only to be tragically torn apart during the September Massacre of 1792.

Nate reincarnates more than two hundred years later in Brookfield, Wisconsin with the sole purpose of finding his lost love, Elizabeth. He soon realizes that finding her is the easy part, but keeping her is a whole other story. Elizabeth has no memory of their past life together until she begins being tormented by vivid dreams. Soon they both become swept up in the past and each other. Their happiness is once more threatened by Elizabeth’s mobster ex-boyfriend and Nate’s disapproving friends Darcy and Jake. They must stick together to overcome the obstacles trying to rip them apart with the help of Elizabeth’s friends Luciana, Surewood, and Belinda.

Things get messier when Elizabeth begins to remember a dark new past life she shared with Nate; as well as with her ex, Anton, who refuses to let her go without a fight. But Nate and Elizabeth must ask is there someone else pulling the strings with Anton? Someone who is more sinister and dangerous than they can even imagine? Will Nate and Elizabeth ever get their happy ending?


      This teaser is in modern day Elizabeth's perspective after Nate's friends Darcy and Jake play a cruel trick on her at Nate's family's Christmas Party... 

       “Go to Hell!” I say harshly as I brush past him.

        “I’ve been there,” he says quietly. “Every second away from you is Hell for me.”

        I roll my eyes then begin to turn away. Nate grabs my shoulders and makes me face him again. “How do you explain it then?” He asks; his green-eyed stare boring into me. “How do you explain our connection to each other despite the fact that we’ve only known each other a short time? How do you explain your weird dreams? Or what about my crystal clear memory of things that happened two hundred years ago? Because I know that it was us back then; that we were in love. Elizabeth, losing you destroyed me.”

       “You’re crazy…” I begin.

      “Then look me in the eye and tell me that you don’t believe. Tell me that you don’t love me. Because I meant what I said; our love will last for all eternity.

      That struck a nerve with me. “Where did you hear that?” I ask quietly.

      “I’m trying to tell you, Lizzie, I’m not making this up.” He replies.