On the eve of his funeral, Laine Collin’s grandfather disappears and a stranger fills his coffin. Laine isn’t the only one concerned. A woman claiming to be Laine’s long dead grandmother is demanding to know what has become of her missing beloved. Laine’s search takes her to the tiny town of Rose Arbor, her grandfather’s hometown and the place of her grandmother’s death.
As Laine unravels the mystery of her grandparents’ marriage she is forced to confront her own estranged husband and answer one more question of the heart—can love live even after it has died?
“I think the use of ghosts as the vehicle for helping Laine come to her senses. was a particularly fun premise. The cast of characters, between ghosts, little boys and girls, a missing corpse make for an interesting, even hilarious backdrop behind the strained relationship Laine and Ian are facing. I found Kristy’s resolution of the story gratifying and highly recommend this book.”
“I laughed, cried and rejoiced while reading this story.”