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One of their worlds can't possibly exist. The problem is figuring out which one.
Chesapeake Sword is a fantasy romance series about travel between different times on parallel worlds.
The series is part of the Chronicles
of the Great Peninsula cycle.
Elihu is in trouble. Deprived of his rightful heritage and pursued by killers, he desperately seeks refuge. When his rash prayer transports him to a deceptively peaceful town, he must make sense of the tremendous transformation he has undergone.
Persis has spent nearly all her life on the Internet. A chatterbox online, she just can't seem to connect with people face-to-face. She had hoped that moving to a small town would give her a life beyond the screen, but she seems doomed to live alone forever.
Then she rounds a corner and finds herself facing a swordsman. . . .
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The Great Peninsula: series resources for Chronicles of the Great Peninsula. This page includes a chronology of events and a pronunciation of proper names.
Works set in the Great Peninsula world by other authors and artists.
Swordsman by the Chesapeake Bay (volume).
Other stories in the series aren't yet written.
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