Emilee Barnes is a daydreamer who frequently gets lost in a book. Her favorite thing to do after her job at the local bookstore is to sit under the big oak tree in her back yard with a book and journey to faraway places and times. One day she awoke from a nap under the tree to find herself in a strange land rich with greenery.
Liam Walsh is a humble sheep farmer in 18th century Ireland who lived a solitary life in his thatched cottage amongst his animals and the woodland faeries. One fine summer day, he happened across a lass dressed in the most unusual form of dress who was wandering in confusion in his pasture.
Would the magick of a woodland faierie be able to create a timeless love for two solitary souls despite centuries and distance? Or would they both find something entirely different?
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About the Author
Teresa Keefer is an indie romance author with an avid love of books since the tender age of 4. She started writing poetry in high school and after encouragement from her best friend, wrote her first full length romance novel in 2007. Coming Home was finally released as a self-published book in 2011 and was intended as a stand-alone until several readers contacted her to ask for more on the secondary characters which was the beginning of the Possum Creek series. In addition to writing under her own name, she also writes erotica under Autumn Drake and will be releasing her first political thriller in 2018 under the name of Ann Nevada.
Teresa holds an MBA in Human Resources and attended law school for two years and has been in the human resource profession for over 25 years. She has also served on several boards of directors for human resource professionals and has taught human resource classes at the college level as an adjunct instructor. Her ultimate goal is to become a full-time author and have the time and resources to contribute to various community functions to raise awareness about domestic violence, human trafficking, and substance abuse/addiction issues.
In addition to reading romantic fiction, she enjoys reading a variety of other material including horror, thrillers, mysteries, and non-fiction. As a woman with many interests, she balances out her life by doing crafts, gardening, cooking and studying spiritualism. A lifelong resident of Indiana, she presently lives in a rural area with a menagerie of animals close to her three adult daughters and seven grandchildren.