Here's the back cover blurb:
Recently divorced with no job and no future, Emma Kingman knew she had to do something fast. Her meager savings won’t support her for long. Then her friend Ally asks her to plan her wedding. Ludicrous, but an idea starts to grow.
Destiny led her to the perfect place -- an old home large enough for everything she wanted. A call to the realtor began the process of achieving her dream – Cherry Wood Place, her own wedding center. Emma’s future was bright. Or was it?
Realtor, Matt Graham, is relieved to find a buyer for the family home that has sat empty for three years. He’s fascinated with the changes Emma is making to the old homestead. Even though he doesn’t want to get involved, he is intrigued with the determined woman.
Emma’s dream is marred by rumors of the house being haunted, vandals and weird happenings. Matt finds himself wanting to help. But neither Matt nor Emma are ready for the strange things that threaten her and their future together.
Just in time for spring, Cherry Wood Place has the happy ending that is a great way to spend a lovely spring day -- and thankfully we are finally starting to have some lovely spring days.
With the snow nearly gone, the skies are bright blue and the days are getting warmer, I wish you Happy Spring!
K. R. Bailey