In the historical romance,"Lifetimes Ago," a modern-day couple discovers through past life regression that their lives were once intertwined and unintentionally uncover a passionate 1930s love story.
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It is 1934 in Rensselaer, Indiana when Elsie Wilkins meets John McDonald—a man unlike any other. After feeling an immediate and intense chemistry, Elsie cannot take her eyes off him. It’s official―the handsome apprentice architect has just swept the independent-minded teacher off her feet. Despite the fact that Elsie is still married to a man who abandoned her without warning, she and John begin a fervent courtship as all social mores fall away. As the Great Depression continues to wreak havoc around them, they feel no hunger other than for each other. Just when their infatuation transforms to a powerful love, Elsie’s husband makes an appearance and suddenly, the joyful future they have planned together is threatened.
Despite an unbearable tragedy, John and Elsie’s deep love for each other transcends sixty-six years proving that true love never dies.
Elsie thought the night was turning out splendidly, with light puffs of warm air wafting onto the porch, punctuated by the sound of crickets chirping, and warm inquisitive glances from the dreamiest man she had laid eyes on in a long, long time. She smiled at him, took his hand and led him to the porch railing where they could take in the clear sky, full of stars. “Just look at that,” she said, pointing overhead. “A perfect night sky, just like in a Hollywood movie.”