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    Dual time story is a page-turner

    I loved the the characters in the book, the place descriptions, and the story itself. I am addicted to this series!
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    Something to remember fondly for a lifetime, and r

    Mira's way, book two in The Miramonde series, a perfect stand alone novel, and fantastic follow up to The Girl from Oto, book one. With Amy Maroney's intimate knowledge, meticulous historical research, and thrilling adventure in two separate time lines, follow the everyday lives of her well wrought characters through their days and years, trials, turmoils, joys, and acheivements. See the effect of political upheaval on all levels of society, predjudice and the small individual battles to overcome it in the early 1500's, and cutthroat academic rivalry in 2015. Ms. Maroney's brilliant writing talent brings it all to vivid life. Mira, unknowingly of noble birth, raised by sisters, and granted the benefit of an education by her mysterious mother's gold. Artist by innate talent, trained by a painter recovering at the abbey from an animal attack. Mira has always yearned for freedom. Her artists training may finally afford her with an avenue to support herself outside the cloistered walls. Elena, Mira's dearest friend beyond the abbey, while growing up . Elena disappeared each winter, returning with the spring. Gathering the herbs of healing throughout the growing seasons for the abbeys infirmaries, Elena is a wanderer, one of the mountain people. Each summer for a brief time, Mira gains a small bit of freedom to roam the mountainside gathering healing plants, and learning the ways of the mountains along side Elena. It is the happiest part of the year for Mira. Leaving the 1500's and Mira's world for a moment, come along to 2015. Meet Zari, a young driven art scholar and historian. She came to France to study one 1500's female painter. On closer examination, what she has uncovered leads her to Mira, a brilliant, totally new and previously undiscovered female artist of the same era. Zari must race through records, places, time and history trying to trace and prove the existence and movements of this one illusive young woman who lived centuries ago. The task is filled with enough road blocks placed by time. When a treacherous colleague uses his reputation, his father's money, plus all the insider information he can get, this competition turns intense. The race to save Zari's career and reputation is on. One doesn't pick the perfect time to fall in love. Sometimes it just hits, or in Zari's case runs her down in the bike lane! Zari's tumultuous and at times blissful relationship with Wil continues. Mira pursues her own love life eventually in the 1500's. Some people meet their true match when they are children! However it may take years to come together. Amy Maroney's novels unfold like life. One comes to understand its people and land as friends and a homeland. They welcome one, and one misses them when one says goodbye at the end. It is bitter sweet, but absolutely worth the time. Something to remember fondly for a lifetime, and read again!

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