Love Once in Passing

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Avon, 1981 - Fiction - 320 pages
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This is book one in Jo Ann Simon's acclaimed time travel romance first published in the early 1980s. Christopher Dunlap, a man of title and privilege in early nineteenth century England, and Jessica Lund, a thoroughly modern woman, suddenly find their lives mysterious entwined in Jessica's late twentieth century world. Neither understand how Christopher, a man who had been living a happy life nearly two hundred years in the past, is now flesh and blood in Jessica's present. They soon share a love for each other as deep as it is dangerous, for whatever has brought them together can just as easily tear them apart.

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I loved this book. Early '80's time travel romance that was a real treat! I'm wary of '80's romances, but this was a winner. Contemporary heroine, Jessica Lund has a Regency lord pop into her car ... Read full review


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Jo Ann Simons, M.S.W., is president and chief executive officer of St. Coletta & Cardinal Cushing Schools of Massachusetts. Previously she was executive director of the Arc of East Middlesex, MA. She has also served as the deputy superintendent of Fernald State School, director of policy for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Retardation, president of the National Down Syndrome Congress and as a Special Olympics International board member. She is currently vice-chairwoman of the National Down Syndrome Society. The mother of two adult children, one who has Down syndrome, she and her husband live outside of Boston, Massachusetts.

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