(Mortal Beloved #1)
Publication date: December 26th 2013
Genres: Time-Travel, Young Adult
“All the excitement of OUTLANDER if it was a YA series.”
THE MESSENGER is optioned for film/TV.
Sixteen-year-old Madeline’s meant to fall in love with Samuel in every lifetime. But she meets him for the first time when she accidentally time travels into the past—hundreds of years before she’s even born.
Their relationship is forbidden—Samuel’s half Native, Madeline’s white. Every rendezvous they share must be secret. Each moment they spend together tempts the odds that they’ll be discovered and brutally punished. But their love is fated—and they musk risk it all.
Danger intensifies when Madeline learns she’s in the past not only to fall in love, but also to claim her birth right as a Messenger—a soul who can slip through time’s fabric at will. She can bring messages that change one life or even save many.
Deadly Hunters, dark-souled time travelers, crave Madeline’s powers and seek to seduce or kill her. Can Madeline find her way back to the future in time to save herself and Samuel?
Continue reading Madeline and Samuel’s romantic saga in…
The Assassin (Mortal Beloved, Book 2) — publishing early 2015 and The Seeker (Mortal Beloved, Book 3) — publishing fall 2015.
My take on The Messenger by Pamela Dumond
Time travels seems to have two popular destinations: the Highlands with swinging swords and brutal battles and the future where man has found himself lost or surrounded by androids. But Pamela Dumond instead takes the readers back to 1675 in America. (Rhode Island to be exact).
Madeline, a somewhat typical teenager, is swept into the past by powers she doesn’t understand and cannot yet control. She finds herself the lone survivor of a battle between colonists and natives. The colonists living in the garrison walk a thin line of trust when it comes to the natives living within their walls and those on the other side. Finding peace and understanding during this time was but one of the challenges Madeline faced. The setting, time period and events wove a rich tapestry of history and gave a unique quality to The Messenger.
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