When Rachel Bradbury died, she was forced to watch everything she cared for decay or drift away. But when hunky landscaper Ian Waterhouse arrives to clean up the place, they establish a connection. Can the two find a way to make it work even though they can't even touch?
About the Author
Siobhan has always believed in fairy tales, spirits, and kissing underneath the mistletoe. She wrote her first story when she was eight -- a harrowing tale about a brave Amtrak who saved a slow moving freight train in the mountains of Colorado and had a romance with an equally heroic commuter train. She was eight; it wasn't that complex.
When she isn't beating her head against the keyboard creating paranormal love stories, she works as a research assistant for a world-class structural engineer. One day she hopes to join her boss in being Wiki-worthy, but for now she'll settle for relative obscurity. She enjoys spending time with her family, exploring nature, reading, gardening, and talking about herself in the third person.
You can find out more about her at: https://www.roselarkpublishing.com/siobhan-kearney