Synopses & Reviews
Chloe Kingsley expected to wake up in 1997; instead, fate and a rip in the fabric of time-space are sending Chloe to a mysterious ancient culture, another woman's body, and an enormous test of her love for Cheftu the physician. In Aztlan, an advanced civilization set on a volcanic isle in the Aegean, Chloe becomes Sibylla, a prophetess about to enter the political arena and ceremonial bull rings of a dazzling, decadent kingdom. Soon enmeshed in a royal power struggle and a contest to become the consort of Phoebus Apollo, a charismatic young prince, Chloe is threatened by palace schemes and deadly passions. Though her outward appearance is changed, undeniable love draws Chloe and Cheftu together again. Visions of a terrifying catastrophe inspire Chloe and Cheftu to desperately try to save Aztlan from utter destruction. But already the rumblings of doom are shaking a glorious culture that created labyrinths and a new panoply of gods, as two lovers, sworn to be together for eternity, are torn apart by cruel rituals, twisted ambition ... and heinous murder.
Time traveler Chloe Kingsley, the heroine of J. Suzanne Frank's debut hit Reflections in the Nile, thinks she's returning from the splendor and intrigue of ancient Egypt to her artist's life in contemporary Dallas. Instead, she wakes up in ancient Crete as the Cybele Oracle, the seer of a decadent, sensual empire whose fall she foresees in visions of blood and fire. Reunited with her soulmate husband Cheftu, Chloe struggles for survival, both her own and of the magnificent civilization known to myth as Atlantis. J. Suzanne Frank's "Shadows on the Aegean" is another astounding glimpse of a lost world.
Time traveller Chloe Kingsley thinks she's returning from the splendour of ancient Egypt to her artist's life in Dallas. But she wakes up in ancient Crete as the seer of a sensual empire whose fall she foresees in visions of blood and fire.