Long before James Cammeron brought Titanic to life on the big screen, I learned about Titanic on television. Before the wreck was discovered, the sinking was featured on the same shows that did stories on Big Foot, the Bermuda Triangle, and Area 51. It was like Titanic just disappeared. I think that made people love it even more.
Every April, those television programs would seek out survivors and recount their stories. I can still hear Frank Prentice, Eva Hart, Edith Brown, Ruth Becker, and Edith Rosenbaum telling their stories and it still gives me chills.
I guess it is no wonder that years later, I would create my own version of the disaster in one of my novels, though no work of fiction can compare to the horror the passengers must have faced in those final moments or the tragic memories that would haunt the survivors for a lifetime.
Lost to Titanic (Reincarnation Romance Chronicles)
Dr. Scott Langdon is fighting to save what's left of his psychiatric career, but after just a few sessions with his new patient, Vanessa, he could lose more than just his career if he follows his heart.
To understand the present, they must revisit the past...But will they be Lost to Titanic?
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