When singer Julia MacAllistair sits down at a piano in her attic to play one of her late great-grandmother’s favorite pieces of music, she doesn’t expect to wake up on the floor of a Chicago concert hall in 1906, dressed in period costume with a sea of concerned faces peering down at her.
How did she get there? How will she return to her present day life? Why has this happened?
In her stunning and epic new novel, writer T. E. Scott weaves a rich tapestry of intrigue, danger and romance across time and continents, as Julia MacAllistair discovers who she really is, how her future depends on escaping the tragedy of her past, and what happens when the music stops…