Does a ghost from the past want the man of her future?
Callie Thompson is thrilled when she inherits a house in the small town of Shadow Valley. The house is old and creaky, but she's not afraid of hard work. Unfortunately, no matter how many repairs she makes, the strange noises won't go away. Items disappear. Lights flicker. Footsteps echo down the hallway. Her nerves are soon so frayed that she resorts to calling the one person in town she hasn't been able to get along with, bullheaded police chief Carter Landry.
Carter doesn't have time to investigate things that go bump in the night—although, with Callie, the idea is tempting. He's busy working with the governor's task force on a major case and dealing with a rash of petty Halloween crimes. He knows that Callie's house isn't haunted… no matter what the town legend says. Still, when her distress call comes in, he hits the ground running.
Carter can't help his protective instincts when it comes to the sassy blond. He doesn't believe in ghosts, but someone is intentionally scaring her—and he doesn't like it. He stays the night to investigate, and the friction that has always been between them ignites into passion.
As the couple gives in to their mutual attraction, the strange occurrences in the house subside. But could Carter's presence be the reason? Callie fears that her sexy cop may be the one the ghost has wanted all along.
|Publisher:||Tiger Eye Productions, L.L.C.|
|File size:||497 KB|
About the Author
When taking the Myers-Briggs personality test in high school, Kimberly Dean was rated as an INFJ (Introverted-Intuitive-Feeling-Judging). This result sent her into a panic, because there were no career paths recommended for the type. Fortunately, it turned out to be well suited to a writing career. Since receiving that dismal outlook, Kimberly has become an award-winning author of romance and erotica. When not writing, she enjoys movies, sports, traveling, music, and sunshine. Follow Kimberly on her website https://kimberlydean.com and on Twitter @KDean_writer.