One night changed Kasey’s life forever.
The star football player drowned and everyone at school blames her. And oh, yeah, since that night, she can see ghosts. Not that she’s afraid of them. Much. She’s more concerned with staying under the radar as the school’s once-popular, now outcast loner freak. Until the boy she supposedly killed shows up wanting revenge.
Regardless of Kasey’s outcast status, the hot new guy in school, Aden, wants to help her figure out how to get the angry ghost to leave her alone. So what if he also wants to contact his dead brother? And why are all the ghosts suddenly following Aden around?
It begins in a kitchen with Highland Sorcerer
Nor is she prepared to be drawn so strongly to him that she’ll do whatever it takes to save him.
Yet she discovers that in 1941, there are worse evils than vampires, when a supernatural Nazi seeks her legendary empathic abilities for Hitler's greatest tool.
Flung forward into the 21st Century,
Highland Shapeshifter Col Limont needs to find the healer Charity Greves in order to get back home and save his family. However, the healer’s sister, Lenore, is determined to do everything she can to keep Col from dragging her sister back to 13th Century Scotland into his family’s supernatural war. When monsters and a strange yuppie trio also try to stop him, Lenore has to reconsider her options.
But by helping Col, she’ll lose her sister.
The Sweetheart Tree
One life turned the Battle of Sunken Bridge.
Not a history enthusiast, Bree doesn’t pay much attention while at the Civil War museum with her history-buff sister. Though letters behind glass and a multitude of initials carved into the Sweetheart Tree cause Bree to wonder if she will ever find someone to love that wholeheartedly.
She never expected to be thrown back in time; or to find the answer in the warm gaze of a confederate lieutenant. A lieutenant who, should he live, will alter history.
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