Atlantic City, 1992: Dan Grossman comes across a story that sounds incredible. Did the South really win the Civil War? Did a lone physicist really go back in time and prevent Armageddon? Or is it just the delusional dream of an acknowledged schizophrenic?
Within the narrative is the genius of Doctor Wasserman; the sweetness of Kay Miller; the strength of Jennie McIntosh; the heroism of Captain Scott; and most of all, the unforgettable Abbey Washington.
Once he delves into. Grossman finds the madness of Carl Miller may not be madness at all but instead an unbelievable truth.
The Confederate States of America, 1863: Dr. Carl Miller has only 10 weeks in order to find the only person he believes capable of altering his history: the niece of General Robert E. Lee. He must convince her that the South needs to lose the war and that her uncle is the key to preventing the death of millions.
Dr. Miller has accounted for everything in his plan to change the world - except falling in love with the woman he must turn traitor. To save the future, he must destroy the past - and his only chance at happiness.