Welcome to the Second Edition of A Cry Out of Time!
With more that 7000 words added, including a new chapter, Esme’s story is more detailed than ever.
A storm races for the Oregon Coast, but this storm is different. Not of this world, this raging menace steals souls, and Esme is about to meet one of those souls whom the storm is coming to collect.
Upon arrival at Devil’s Elbow and the Heceta House, Esme immediately begins noticing strange things around her. She hears voices, watches in horror as a ghost ship crashes into the cliff side, and feels a presence seeking her help.
Can Esme help this presence? Will she be able to put the pieces of this puzzle together in time? What will she learn about herself in the process? Esme must learn to rely on a strength she never knew she had, for a new friend she will never forget.
There be pirates afoot! In this second book of the Esme Chronicles, Esme must help a band of pirates trapped in time, repair the damage they have done to the small town of Dorningsworth, Maine.
Esme enlists the help of the handsome young pirate and cabin boy, Torian, to help her understand the ways of the pirates. With her constant friend and companion, Butler at her side, Esme moves through the murky waters of a pirate’s life.
Can Esme find the secret of these men and help them move on? Will she end up with the same parents she started with when her mission is complete? What will become of the bond she and Torian have made? Find out how Esme works through twists and turns as she races with time to save the past and the present.
Welcome to the small but beautiful town of Granite Falls, Washington. In this third book of the Esme Chronicles, Esme finds herself in the middle of a battle between the future and the present.
Three travelers from the future travel back in time to find a device that could save their world. Esme must determine what the device is, who needs the device, who is trying to steal it and who invented it in the first place.
Come along as Esme and her new friend, Kenai, work with Butler to save people in the future from a slow, painful death.