Paula Brackston weaves an enchanting new amalgam of the past and present, time travel is witnessed but just once. Xanthe is not travelling back and forth in time on her own will rather she is thrown back to complete a job for which she would be given her life back. Xanthe after leaving their native town settle in a new one and start a new business.
The business is of antique items and the mother and daughter have special attachment to the antique items. The relation of the daughter is a little odd in comparison to her mother; she can feel the past that is linked with the antique item that she touches. She in her mind can go back to the origin day of that master piece. Here she touches a thing that should be left alone untouched; the silver chatelaine is linked to the past far beyond the imagination of the people. The chatelaine sends her back in time as far as the seventeenth century for a task that she must fulfill.
The silver ware was actually governed by a spirit who wanted to change the past according to her will. The life of spirit’s daughter was taken in the seventeenth century and it wants to save it. If Xanthe fails in doing so she would not be transported back. She meets Samuel Appleby who can be a reason she might try intentionally to fail and remain in the era forever. Secrets of the Chocolate House can be listened along with this part, narrated by the same narrator Marisa Calin this second part is of the same taste.
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