The Funeral Home by Joyce Freese

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Dark forces lure Victoria, an ordinary woman, back in time where she is no longer herself, but Mistress Dorian, a member of upper class Victorian society known for her famed beauty. Struggling to find her way home, she assumes the identity of Dorian who is bored and restless with rigid aristocratic life and tired of being the token beautiful wife of a well known doctor. The moral choices she makes from her attraction to her footman to the horrors of the smallpox epidemic test her Christian faith. Unprepared for what fate has planned for her, Dorian loses all that she holds dear but in the process discovers her true faith as Victoria is finally able to go home.

About Joyce Freese

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Selling real estate for the past 35 years, Joyce Freese believes that all homes have a persona, including the secrets that are often harbored in them. Previously published, she has written real estate books, screenplays, and thrillers. Along with her 3 dogs, she and her husband reside in Phoenix AZ.
Published March 21, 2011 by Callie Shay Publishing. 310 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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