Jaci Eastman believes only reality can be photographed. So how can she photograph a man who doesn’t exist in her time beside a carousel horse that doesn’t exist in his? When Jaci is inadvertently drawn through time to 1874 while photographing a restored carousel from that period, she lands at Wildwood horse farm and must reply on the good graces of its owner, Nicholas Westbrooke. Nicholas is a man who likes routine, but Jaci unwittingly shatters his illusions about women, passion and love. She tells stories of flying machines and teaches science to his niece. She’s outrageous in her dress, manners and language, and yet he finds her irresistible. Jaci has adjusted to life in the nineteenth century and finds herself falling in love with Nicholas. But when he begins carving the exact horse that transported her through time, will she use it to return to her present, or stay and create a new reality?
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