Decades after the initial incidents that took the lives of Daemon Yarborough’s wives, murder hangs over the old Yarborough mansion, leaving a dark pall. Now, restless spirits roam the empty corridors waiting for the living to return in order to finish what was begun nearly a century ago.
Despite the bizarre rumors surrounding the Yarborough mansion, Darvie Harrison decides that’s the house she wants to begin life anew. On the first night of her stay, the ghosts make themselves known in a not so subtle way. However, she’s going to stay and no one, least of all ghosts, are going to scare her away.
As a descendant of a serial killer, Devlin Yarborough isn’t the most popular man in a small town that never forgets its past. Stubborn, he refuses to leave the only town he considers home. Now he has to deal with the pretty new tenant in his great-grandfather’s house who refuses to leave for her own good.
Targeted Age Group:: 18-80
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I woke up with a great idea for a paranormal romance. I spent the entire night clicking my lamp on and off to write down ideas as they came to me. I didn't get much sleep, but I had an entire novel outlined before the morning light.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I wanted a hero that had to overcome his family history and a heroine who was fighting for independence from her family. The hero had serial killer in his family history. The heroine just wanted to be able to take care of herself after a devastating divorce.
Troy shivered and shoved his hands in the pockets of his jeans. “It’s chilly in here.”
Darvie laughed. “Of course it is; it’s a big house.” She exited the kitchen and moved into the spacious foyer. Heading up the staircase, she caressed the smooth, dark cherry banister, and then wiped her dusty hands on her jeans.
“Let’s go. I don’t like it here.” Troy glanced around, an uneasy expression on his face.
She scowled and paused halfway up the steps. “If it bothers you that much, wait outside.”
“I’m not leaving you in here by yourself.” He stared toward a dark corner, then took a step back. “Sis, I’m serious, this place gives me the willies. I can feel the dead stirring around in the shadows. I don’t like it here,” he repeated, his voice laced with urgency.
“Just a few more minutes, and I promise we’ll leave.” Darvie rushed upward, her gaze fixed on the darkness at the top. This place is absolutely wonderful. In a few months I’ll have the rooms cleaned and refurbished until they shine. It would give her something to do to take her mind off the disaster she’d made of her life. How did she think moving to the city would solve her problems? The odds had been stacked against her from the get-go—especially with the man she married. She’d never been able to do anything right in his perfect world.
Stop thinking about it! Move on. Do better.
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