For Ellen March, the secluded old house nestled in the pine woods is more than the dream home she's long been searching for. It's an escape, a chance to start over, to forget the pain of her failed marriage and enjoy the restful pace of small-town living. Here, too, is a golden opportunity to get to know Norman McKay, her handsome and worldly new neighbor. But after dark in Ellen's "perfect" house, strange visions invade her restless mind: silent strangers moving through the twilight shadows, the ghostly figure of a woman and a spectral white cat. Ellen came here hoping to bury the past, but something terrifying has taken its place. Her safe haven has become her prison . . . and there is no escape.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Jean_Sexton - LibraryThing
Oh my! This one is a five-star book. Forget the blurbs as they will lead you down the primrose path. Yes, it is romantic suspense, but it is also the story of small-town life in a town where a few ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hjjugovic - LibraryThing
This book plays out a slow burn with an excellent twist at the end. I enjoyed and identified the heroine's desire for a country life in a cottage house, her unusual family, and the wicked little town she ends up in. Read full review