Beginning next week in this slot is a new and exciting fantasy novel about John Thornton and Margaret Hale John Thornton has found Margaret Hale through his visions, but does not know who she is. Slowly he falls in love with a woman he’s never met. He does not know about the Baron who loves her, too. As John comes to know Margaret Hale, his visions become more important, for they foretell the uncertain and dangerous future of Margaret Hale.
[JT Look Back at Me] Chapter 3 A Visit with Dixon 1853 summer Upon discovering that Margaret had married, John spent the next few weeks trying not to sink through the hole in his heart, until he could visit Dixon and discuss the content of her letter. Still determined to understand the meaning of her statement about why Margaret married, he wrote, requesting a few moments of her time on the day he planned to be in London. In addition to losing the greatest love of his life, John now feared the loss of his mother. She was growing … Read more
[JT Look Back at Me] Chapter 2 Abandoned Hope Over the next year, John Thornton became a shell of the man he once was: a thinking human being with no central core, little constancy, adrift in his own life. In an effort to keep his company from failing, he kept long hours at work, trying to lose himself in his mill. Margaret’s words, on the day of the riot, continued to haunt him. He recognized that consideration for the human condition of his people was the road to the mill’s salvation, but how to accomplish this remained an … Read more
[JT Look Back at Me] This is a fantasy novel of John and Margaret. It is not a continuation from where the film or book ended. This is a new love story. Parts of this novel are for mature readers. Chapter 1 Lost Love 1851 winter, Milton, N.W. England “Look back ………………. look back at me.” John heard his thoughts slip from his mouth, as he stood and watched the coach bearing Margaret away forever. Unknowingly, she carried his heart, his soul, and his future dreams. Inside the carriage, Margaret dwelled deep within her own misery of lost family, drowning … Read more