Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea by Ginny Fite

Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea is a combination 
time-travel fantasy, a historical thriller, and a modern-day suspense. Well written, fast paced, and intense, this one 
will keep you glued to the edge of your seat all the 
way through. –says Reviewer Regan Murphy

Synopsis - 

Sometimes the last person you save is yourself. Elena must take her city back from terrorists. Hana must save her tribe from the wrath of a ruthless king. They’re stronger together. The problem is they’re 4,000 years and 6,000 miles apart. Wounded during a terrorist attack, NYC police commando Elena Labat wakes from her coma aboard a Phoenician boat on the Mediterranean Sea to find a young girl lashed to the mast. The girl is Hana, who has trekked across Bronze Age Lebanon with Danel to prevent a king from destroying her tribe. Elena knows she must save Hana. And Hana must escape the barbarians who abducted her before she can find Danel and go home. Slipping in and out of unconsciousness, Elena teaches Hana everything she can, protecting her from barbarians, a priestess, and a king. But Elena’s family needs her, and she can’t stay in the past. Hana will have to succeed on her own.

Review - 

As an author myself, I am always impressed when I read a book where the storyline occurs in two different times. It's challenging to keep a smooth flow back and forth between past and present so that the reader stays glued to the pages.  In Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea, author Ginny Fite has accomplished this with ease.

We follow the stories of two women from very different times who are strong, intelligent and determined to do what is right while staying true to themselves. For Elena in the present, we begin with her diving into a terrorist situation as a highly skilled part of a special forces unit.  It's worst case scenario with the city under attack in many areas and countless civilians losing their lives. She along with many others do what they can to save as many as they can. Elena cuts through the smoke screen of activities to realize what the terrorist's ultimate goal is. As she works to stop this threat, a bomb goes off. While her body lies unconscious in the hospital, her spirit travels back in time. She has a job to do there - protecting Hana.

Hana who lives in the past has been offered up to the king in exchange for the lives of her family and village. No one really tells her what this means, only that she must go to save them. Along the way, detours arrive that muddy the water and as always in that time, a woman is never quite safe from the men who want to use her for their profit or pleasure. And her bright blue eyes - unusual where she lives - mark her as a valuable treasure to own.  She does not realize who Elena, nor can she see her. But feels her presence and assumes she is a goddess there to protect her.

How these two story lines come together, is something you'll just have to find out by picking up a copy. A great read.

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Meet the Author - 

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Ginny Fite is an award-winning journalist who has covered crime, politics, government, healthcare, art and all things human. She has been a spokesperson for a governor and a member of Congress, a few colleges and universities, and a robotics R&D company. She has degrees from Rutgers University and Johns Hopkins University and studied at the School for Women Healers and the Maryland Poetry Therapy Institute. Her three murder mysteries, Cromwell’s Folly, No Good Deed Left Undone, and Lying, Cheating, and Occasionally Murder, are set in the rolling hills of Jefferson County, West Virginia. No End of Bad, a thriller, was released in June 2018. She resides in Harpers Ferry, WV.

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  1. Great review. I'll recommend Ginny Fite's latest to all of my time-travel suspense book lovers on my Christmas list!


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