Who are the near-mythical people called the Jindentors?
Trezlandians and traders from the neighboring countries of Vindor and Binrom call them the Invisibles or Melting Ones and believe they can turn into rocks, trees, or birds of prey. A few whisper they are descendants of time-travelers.
Keena Listor is a Jindentor master healer, a skilled archer, and a trader with a drive to visit all the continents and islands to find medicinal plants. War stymies her plans and forces her to choose between healing an enemy soldier or killing him. Her decision changes the course of her destiny.
Nightmares of her parents’ deaths fifteen years earlier haunt Victoria’s dreams. During her search for clues, she discovers she has a paternal aunt and uncle in Denver who may be able to shed light on the mystery of her parents. Against the wishes of many, she travels from the safety of her life on the Texas Panhandle to Denver, and then on to the booming mining town of Silverton, Colorado, to find answers.
Antonio “Tony” Morales fears for Victoria’s safety. Travel in the late 1890s is fraught with danger, and he is afraid if Victoria leaves she won’t return. His fears multiply when he discovers one of Denver’s leading crime bosses believes Victoria’s parents left her a map to Spanish Gold. When Victoria sends for her palomino gelding, Dorado, and writes of her desire to visit her parents’ gravesites, Tony decides enough is enough. He has no intention of letting her go without him.
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Lexie Logan didn't realize how much influence she had yet the people she left in the past made life-changing decisions based on their belief in her knowledge of future events.
Because of Lexie, Jim and Edna Bell decide to leave their comfortable home to face an uncertain future and the dangers of the Oregon Trail. Others travel the Trail with them because their belief in her is so strong.
Because of Lexie, Mary Bell Johnson knows her future will be impacted by the ugliness of the Civil War, yet she chooses to remain in Kansas with her husband knowing she may be widowed and left to raise her sons alone.
Because of Lexie, two brothers choose different sides of the conflict: one wears Union blue, the other rebel gray. As the war drags on, each wonders if he will survive the carnage to return home to rebuild a new life, or if he will die by his brother’s bullet.
Who is Lexie Logan?
Leah Johnson, Betsy West, and twins Rachel and Sarah Johnson were not born when Lexie disappeared from the lives of their parents more than twenty-five years earlier, yet the Bells, Johnsons, and Wests still whisper about this mysterious woman when they don't think others are listening.
Even Matthew Bell and the former slave, Peter, refuse to answer questions about her. The girls' determination to find answers and solve the riddle of Lexie Logan lead them to an answer both shocking and unbelievable.