Simone O'Henley, recuperating at a remote lakefront cottage after a devastating heart break, finds anything but rest. The noises and moans she hears coming out of a nearby grove of trees terrify her, but are soon tempered by the company of handsome Jackson Taylor. The locals have never heard of him and are convinced he's a land developer ready to snatch up their land at the first opportunity. He convinces Simone he's a simple caretaker looking over land for a friend. Which is he? The suspense leading to the answers almost causes Simone to lose her mind, but in the end true love ends all her questions.
From the Author
I enjoyed writing this book because it is based on a real life Confederate Prison Camp in Ohio. Southern Officers were kept on a small island in Lake Erie to keep them from escaping. Many of them died on the island and are buried there to this day. It broke my heart they never got to go back home to the states they were fighting for. The Daughtetrs of the Confederacy erected a statue of a southern soldier gazing southward. They maintain the graves and surrounding grounds. An interesting, rather forgotten piece of Civil War history.