From the USA Today bestselling author of Fast and Loose.
When widow Audrey Magill stumbles onto a portrait of a nineteenth century riverboat captain, she thinks it will add just the right touch to her new hat shop. What it really adds is the ghost of Silas Summerfield, who insists he needs Audrey to help save the soul of his great-great-however-many-greats grandson Nathaniel. Now in addition to scrambling to open her shop in time for the Kentucky Derby, she has to try to convince a complete stranger that he’s in danger of losing his soul.
Wildly successful businessman Nathaniel Summerfield knows a nut job when he sees one, and Audrey Magill, attractive as she is, certainly qualifies. Does she really think his latest business deal could jeopardize his soul? He’s worked too hard to let paranormal mumbo-jumbo get in his way. But then strange things begin to happen to him, not the least of which is his inability to get Audrey the nut job out of his mind. Talk about being haunted.
Between men, millinery, and mortal souls, Audrey’s got her work cut out for her. Especially when it becomes clear that what’s at stake isn’t just Nathaniel’s ever-after, but a chance for both of them to find everlasting love.
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About Elizabeth Bevarly
Elizabeth Bevarly is a USA Today bestselling author of more than fifty books. She has been nominated for the prestigious RITA Award, has won the coveted National Readers’ Choice Award, and has been honored with two Romantic Times Career Achievement… More about Elizabeth Bevarly
Published by Berkley Nov 04, 2008| 304 Pages| ISBN 9781440634499