Civil War hero turned outlaw, Logan Riley, is hanged in 1869. He survives, traveling through time, until he is found by modern day anthropologist, Dr. McKenzie Lynne. Hired by team of physicists, she soon learns real fate they have in mind for him and takes him and runs.
Now, pursued by obsessed physicists and the military, they race across deserts and mountains of AZ and NM. If they get caught, it’s a lifetime of imprisonment and tests for him and probably worse for her. But staying free means forever on the run, hunted and homeless.
Running and hiding, hunted like criminals, McKenzie and Logan also discover attraction and love blooming like desert flowers. Kenzie’s strong Christian faith works to convict Logan of his past crimes better then the hangman’s noose had…
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