Sandra is a teacher in Arkansas when her parents decide to drive from Brunswick, Georgia. They never make it; they died in a car crash. Sandra decides to go to her parents' home. When she gets there she decides to take a nap and wakes up in 1947 near Florida's Key West. Sandra meets a man named Jim. He is pilot in the navy who takes pictures over Viet Nam.
This is a good story with likeable characters. At only 22 pages this was a fun diversion for a busy reader.
Her life as a teacher was uncomplicated and safe, the way she wanted it; until the death of her parents and return to her home town. Sandra Foster was not expecting to wake up in the turbulent 1970s, amid the storm of unrest over Viet Nam, to meet and fall in love with a Navy flyer who was no different than those fighting today. No different than anyone in the Armed Forces, willing to sacrifice their lives for love of family and country. When he is lost and she returns to the present, she will need to decide if it was a journey, a dream, or perhaps the premonition of a promise to be kept?