Ghosts abound in this new collection of romantic tales from the BBW Romance Writers group.
The stories in this collection are Haunted by Skyla Dawn Cameron, Opposite Attraction by Judy Bagshaw, The Art of Falling in Love by Jennifer Thompson, Love by Proxy by Julie Schriver, and Transitions by David Lascelles.
Haunted tells the story of Mia Danvers, a full-figured clothing store clerk with a mean right-hook who's putting her life back together after years with an abusive boyfriend.
Desmond Lane is an arrogant, struggling songwriter and musician with a charming smile and a fondness for snarky chicks like Mia.
Banter follows, sparks fly, and to the casual observer they might seem perfect for one another…
Except he's a ghost, his killer's still at large, and he wants her to help his restless soul find peace at last.
And you thought your relationship had problems.
In Opposite Attraction skeptic Serena McKay, and ghost hunter Carter Shehan are challenged to spend a weekend in the “haunted” Shelbourne Manor, only to discover more than the presence of a ghost. They discover their attraction for one another.
The Art of Falling in Love tells the story of Art restorer Julie Ramsay who is conflicted about her feelings for widowed co-worker Darius; that is, until she gets advice from Imogene and Herbert, her new friends. The trouble is they’re figures in an 18th C. painting she is restoring—a painting with a haunted past.
Love by Proxy features artist Gwen who can see ghosts. In fact, her best friend Rose is one, a saloon girl killed by a stray bullet one hundred and fifty years ago. Gwen fears that her strange ability will keep her from ever finding true love. Rose thinks otherwise. And when Evan Thorpe, a developer planning on building a huge subdivision behind Gwen’s home comes to town, Rose sets out to push these two together.
Transitions takes us on a journey through time. In modern day Birmingham, a group of students become embroiled in a love story almost 2,000 years old as the ghost of a Roman officer tries to reclaim his lost love.