The Messenger – Book 2 of the Timeless Trilogy

‘The Messenger’ is the second book of the ‘Timeless’ trilogy.

Ben is adjusting to his new life amongst the nomads of the Asian Steppe, but he can never forget why he is here in the first place. He manages to persuade his Guardian Angel, Harry, to find a way to get word back to Sam that he is alive but in another time.

 

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The Messenger – Book Two In The Timeless Trilogy

Harry hasn’t been to London before; it’s not often that angels get back to visit Earth, and it all looks to be for nothing when Sam is being evicted from her home for being behind with her rent. What’s more, she wants nothing more to do with him. Harry can’t just come out and tell her he is an Angel, but Ben told him to give his letter to Sam no matter what. Time for Plan B.

 

Meanwhile, Ben has more on his hands than he knows what to do with. On the run from his adopted tribe and cheating death on more than one occasion, he decides to end his days on a remote farmstead. However, Mandana who helps run the farm with her father is determined to nurse him back to health

Just when Ben thinks he has finally made himself a family and a home that he always wanted, a face from the past returns with awful consequences.

The Promise is available at Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk  and also available direct through Barnes and NobleKoboSmashwords and Createspace.  Alternatively, if you send me an email, I can send you a signed copy of any book for the usual retail price plus postage.

You can see my Amazon bookstore for the UK and US here and for Apple fans you can purchase directly from the iTunes/iBooks store or by clicking the logo below.

The Messenger

Alternatively, if you send me an email, I can send you a signed copy of any book for the usual retail price plus postage.

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One Response to The Messenger – Book 2 of the Timeless Trilogy

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