Time-travelers Jonah and Katherine are summoned to help another missing child from history, this time Virginia Dare from the Roanoke Colony, but their journey is sabotaged and goes dangerously awry, leaving them in the wrong time period. Includes author's note about the history of Roanoke Colony and Virginia Dare.
Nell is a city girl forced to spend her summer in Roanoke, North Carolina, but when she meets historical reenactor Ambrose, they explore for clues as to what really happened to the lost colonists, turning her once boring vacation into an adventure.
Chief Intelligencer John Shakespeare, the bard's younger brother, is summoned out of retirement back to the dangerous intrigues of the palace when a plot against the aging Queen Elizabeth I causes her to be targeted by two of England's most powerful men.
When Gabriel North, a spider in the murky webs of Elizabethan politics, prevents an assassination attempt on the life of Queen Elizabeth, he is not rewarded but instead is sent by royal power-mongers to the fledgling colony of Roanoke in America. His mission is to seduce a young Indian princess said to be rich in pearls and gold. But North's growing bond with the Secota queen Naia embroils him in an all-consuming mystery: What was the true fate of...
"On July 23, 1587, 117 colonists landed on Roanoke Island, in present day North Carolina. Barely a month later, amid rapidly deteriorating circumstances, Governor John White sailed back to England for additional supplies and colonists. War with Spain delayed his return to Roanoke until 1590, when he discovered the colony had vanished. A young, 21st-century woman named Allie O'Shay unexpectedly dreams an ongoing series of mysterious, lifelike dreams...
After the destruction of the English colony on Roanoke Island by hostile Indians forces the survivors to live with a friendly tribe, Virginia Dare finds her first love coming to a tragic and supernatural end.
When her dalliance with Sir Walter Ralegh is discovered by Queen Elizabeth in 1587, lady-in-waiting Catherine Archer is banished to the struggling colony of Roanoke, where she and the other English settlers must rely on a Croatoan Indian for their survival. Includes author's note on the mystery surrounding the Lost Colony.
Taken from her mother and shipped to England as an exhibit for Sir Walter Raleigh, Nadie, a Native American, is thrust into the boiling pot of brutish Tudor life. Her only protector is Tom, a young blacksmith who falls in love with her. Too soon, however, Nadie is forced back to her exotic lands to help the English colonize her people.