Jessie is running for her life...again. Fleeing her abusive husband late one night, she runs from her home with no money, no ID, no phone, nothing but the clothes on her back, which at the moment consists of a thin cotton summer dress and a pair of slippers.
Panicked, she tries to find a safe place to hide and figure out her next step. Stumbling across the old Haskins place, she realizes that it's the perfect hiding spot. No one would suspect her of being brave enough to enter a spooky, abandoned house that is rumored to be haunted.
Even vandals and neighborhood children don't dare to enter this creaky old Victorian home, but Jessie isn't afraid. She doesn't believe in ghosts. She figures the biggest threats in the house are rats and asbestos, and those are far less terrifying than her violent husband.
When Jessie crosses the threshold, she will encounter not only a ghost, but a ghost who will come to mean more to her than she ever could have imagined and forever change her views on life, death, and everything in between.
Warning: This book contains references to domestic violence which may be disturbing to some readers.
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Autumn Aere has a thing for sexy, bad-ass guys who have a heart of gold, and sweet, sensitive women who eventually learn that they're much stronger than they think. When these characters take over Autumn's imagination, she has no choice but to write like a crazy person until their story runs its course. After double-checking their spelling and grammar, she releases their story for the world to see. Then she takes a very long nap.