Daria Marshall is a psychic who sees dead people, but she learned the hard way no to interpret their messages. Now the spirit of an old man keeps popping up wherever she foes, and so does the very much alive—and charismatic—Ralph Chickalini. What’s a reluctant medium to do?
The youngest sibling in a large, fun-loving Italian family, Ralph has just lost his beloved father. Everything in his life is changing, from the menu at the family pizzeria to plans to preserve his childhood home. Only nomadic newcomer Dara seems to understand Ralph, but she comes with her own complications. Ralph doesn’t believe in ghosts, or in opposites attracting. And footloose Daria doesn’t want to put down roots. But even as they keep trying to go their separate ways, it seems the Other side has Other ideas . . .
“Markham . . . captures the small town/big city contrast of the Queens neighborhood perfectly, with local touches that really make the atmosphere come alive.” —Publishers Weekly
“Markham doesn’t play this one predictably, adding a few twists and sweet turns until our lovers realize home is truly where your heart is.” —Library Journal
|Publisher:||Hachette Book Group|
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About the Author
"Wendy Markham" is a psedonym for New York Times bestselling author Wendy Corsi Staub, who has several awards, including RWA's "Rita," and published more than sixty novels under her own name and various pseudonyms. A happily married mother of two, she lives in an old house in a picturesque New York City suburb.