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Rebecca Elise


Rebecca Elise is an Author of Time Travel Romance, and Urban Fantasy. Her debut novel, WHERE WE FIRST BEGAN, was inspired by Texas History, and has been acquired by Lynn Mcnamee at Red Adept. WHERE WE FIRST BEGAN is scheduled for release in 2019.

WHERE WE FIRST BEGAN is a retelling of the Alamo with a modern twist, and it features Texas A&M University. 

Additionally, Rebecca is working on her Urban Fantasy series, THE SHADES OF RED SAGA. Book One, PENDULUM, is on submission.

When she's not writing Romance, Rebecca is working on developing non-fiction projects and curriculum for early childhood programs.

Rebecca is also a full time Literary Agent with Golden Wheat Literary. Outside of the book world you can find Rebecca at the barn with her horses, chasing around her very busy Toddler, and dodging whatever curveball the Army throws at her family. Rebecca currently lives in Texas with her Army husband, rowdy son, and their zoo of animals.

Rebecca is represented by Jessica Schmeidler of Golden Wheat Literary.

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When Aubrey Harrison wrecks her truck on the side of a dark Texas highway, she wakes up in the year 1836, in another woman’s life—someone who looks just like her. Struggling to understand her new reality, Aubrey connects with Tapley, a handsome cattleman with a tragic past.


As Mexican soldiers begin to fill the small settlement, Aubrey recognizes the first sign of a deadly battle yet to come. A bargain to save her new family’s cattle business leads to murder, and Aubrey is forced to take shelter within the walls of the Alamo, even though she knows that’s the worst place she could be.


The fate of Texas was sealed before the battle ever began, but with it, a new love may now be lost somewhere between the past and the present. An attempt to change fate comes with the high price of Aubrey’s future, but she’s determined to give history a fight it will never forget.