HANNAH'S SEARCH

Loyalist House, Bed and Breakfast

by Gil Balbuena Jr.


Formats

Softcover
$15.86
Hardcover
$25.86
E-Book
$3.99
Softcover
$15.86

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/16/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 226
ISBN : 9781490736037
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 226
ISBN : 9781490736020
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 226
ISBN : 9781490736013

About the Book

Hannah finds herself searching from an attic window for the man she planned to marry, but this time as a ghost. As the war escalates she can only watch as her family leaves the house and seek safe shelter away from the fighting along the river. Her new role as a ghost is often confusing as she moves between two different worlds; one she knows and misses terribly, and the other completely foreign to her.

Hannah learns to direct her powers to see things happening away from the house as well as making herself known to the current owners and some surprised guests at Loyalist House Bed and Breakfast.

Also this year at Loyalist House a winery is started. The trials of building and completing the bureaucratic red tape in order to operate have everyone in knots.

Join Marilee and Jeannie as they, along with Hannah, search for Peter while keeping peace with the guests at Loyalist House.


About the Author

Barbara Nattress can trace her ancestors coming to the Niagara Region back to 1778 thanks to the family history completed by relatives. She enjoys writing stories about Loyalist struggles during the war of 1812 and Hannah’s Search is her second novel and sequel to Dreams in the Mist published in 2012. After retiring from a career teaching Family Studies, she now enjoys working as a Realtor. Barbara Nattress, along with her husband, owned and operated a bed and breakfast for eight years in Niagara on the Lake. She also spends time as an historic interpretor at Country Heritage Park teaching school chidren about pioneer life. Her first novel Dreams in the Mist was awarded The Trafford Publishing Gold Seal of Literary Excellence following a review from the US Review of Books.