When complete A Season Passed will have 4 books, each one taking place in a different season. Each novel is inspired by one of my favorite fairy tales. The series can be read out of order but some characters do cross over, so it’s best enjoyed in order.
Book 1: If Only It Were Yesterday, inspired by Alice in Wonderland – now available
Book 2: Yesterday’s Christmas, inspired by Beauty and the Beast – now available
Book 3: The Hope of Yesterday, inspired by Cinderella – coming soon
Book 4: Yesterday’s Trouble, inspired by Snow White – coming soon
Liz Cooke has two problems in life: Her social media is filled with brewing political conflict and her idea of a perfect man seems to have gone extinct a century ago. Inspired by the contents of an antique trunk, Liz dreams she time-travels to 1885. As she sets out to enjoy the Victorian era in all its glory, armed with knowledge gleaned through historical novels and period dramas, will she find the past to be all that she thought? And does the right man for her exist only in her dreams or has he been in her life all along?
Loosely inspired by Alice in Wonderland, A.M. Heath brings you a fun read chock-full of humor and whimsy with a special message for the avid reader in all of us.
You can pick up your copy of If Only It Were Yesterday in ebook or paperback on Amazon or read a free preview.
If you’re already a fan of the novel and want to learn more about the characters or the novel, click here.
During a snowstorm, Betty Tanner finds herself stuck with her estranged husband. Spending Christmas with Glenn wasn’t what she had in mind, and her thoughts reluctantly travel back three decades to their first Christmas together, when another snowstorm caused her to wreck her car outside the Tanner home …
1954: Stranded with the Tanners over Christmas, Betty is forced into the company of Glenn, who has spurned her for years. But as the snow falls outside, the walls between Betty and Glenn begin to melt, revealing a side of him she never knew existed. A side she longs to know better.
Pride and bitterness can make a beast out of anyone. And the hardships they face in their relationship are of their own making. But can following Christ’s ways lead Betty and Glenn to the reconciliation they long for?
A.M. Heath invites you to spend Christmas with the Tanners in a dual-timeline novel loosely inspired by Beauty and the Beast. You’re sure to fall in love again and again.
You can pick up your copy of Yesterday’s Christmas in paperback or ebook on Amazon or read a free preview. If you’re already a fan of the novel and want to know more about the characters or the novel, click here.