Friday, December 4, 2009


"Any house that sits empty for sixty years is apt to gather a few ghost stories in its dust." Hmmm. . .

To a reader, choosing a book is as tantalizing an enterprise as selecting a perfect piece from a box of chocolate--so many delectable choices. What to choose? Well, Joan Sowards dished up a ghost of a romance this fall, and snuggling under winter covers might be the perfect venue for this spine-tingling read. From the back cover:

Callie Wilford doesn't believe in ghosts, but as soon as the former school teacher arrives in the tiny town of Cassady Springs--home of two feuding families and a cafe owner with a startling story--residents start telling her tales of a ghost who "guards" her century-old, deserted inn. Unfortunately, it is soon apparent that there is more truth than fiction to the stories. While Callie has the courage to unearth tragic secrets to claim her heritage, it takes a handsome cowboy--and a lonely rancher--to prove that her own long-guarded heart may be able to love again.

Now, doesn't that sound delicious?

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