About the Author
P. A. McAlister has enjoyed studying metaphysics, spirituality, & self-help for over 35 years. She has also worked with the elderly for over 20 years. When she is not busy writing, she is creating beautiful handcrafted beaded jewelry which you may check out here: http://www.pattimacs.etsy.com/ She is a native of New Bedford, Massachusetts, who currently resides in Southern Oregon. She & her husband love to listen to music, eat great food, drink wine, & have weird conversations with their three cats! http://facebook.com/DreamofAtlantis
Frustrated romance novelist Lisa Burke meditates with a quartz crystal she has found on a Cape Cod beach, and discovers she can travel repeatedly to a past life in Atlantis. There, she meets Sylor, her true love, and learns she is the reincarnation of his deceased wife, Hollina.
Lisa must soon make a choice; stay in a doomed Atlantis with Sylor, or stay in the present without him. But is any of this real? Is her mind creating a new novel? What does this all have to do with the downfall of Atlantis, and what of the unthinkable mission she is told she must accomplish with her tormented beloved? Is Sylor alive in the present?
Lisa truly fears for her sanity when her friend from childhood comes back into her life. Karen has taught her about meditation, but does not believe what Lisa is telling her about her experiences, making Lisa question everything, including her relationship with Karen. But Lisa does have an ally with Scott, her new friend, who has had an experience of his own. And a long held secret is also finally revealed. Join Lisa as she faces her failed past and learns that anything is possible.
This reader loved it!
I’m not much of a novel reader, not much of a reader at all actually, but if the ideas of time-travel and reincarnation appeal to you, this book is for you. A romantic adventure story about faith, forgiveness, and redemption. Reminds of a cross between the movies Somewhere in Time and Groundhog Day. Travel back to the lost continent of Atlantis and see for yourself. Giddy up!
~ Mike Lemieux, author of Dude, Where’s My Jesus Fish? – Giddy Up Mikey