Two troubled strangers, a remote mountain cabin. Both arrive at the same time. Both expect to be alone. And neither expects the cabin to be haunted…
When Carly Fullerton’s doctor tells her she must take some time away from her business to rest and regain her health, the only place she can afford to go to is a remote cabin that she owns with her two half-sisters. She's paid little attention to the cabin, and doesn't know her sister, Julia, has rented it out.
Alex Townson is a writer whose life has become more complicated and troubled than the thrillers he pens. And now, people he cares about and helps are counting on the success of his next book. He decides to get away from everybody and everything, to find a place completely isolated so he can write with no distractions. When he finds a vacation rental in a remote location, he believes it offers exactly what he needs.
Both arrive at the cabin at the same time, both need to remain there, and both want to be alone. As they struggle with each other and the bizarre happenings around them, each hopes the other will leave ... but the cabin's ghosts have a different idea.
Praise for Joanne Pence’s romances:
“There are a lot of books in this genre that tell heart-warming stories about love … but not many that tell it in such a way that it makes you feel the sadness and the joy along with the characters.”
“I really enjoyed this book and find the only negative thing I can say is that it ended. … I'm off to look for more books from Ms. Pence.”
“I wanted to thank Ms Pence by writing this review before going back to my real life … the characters made me feel for them, and for me that's what good fiction is all about.”
“…she weaves a tale with flesh-and-blood characters, a plot that locks into place and a setting nostalgic yet real.”
“Once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down until I was finished it.”