Ravenna, one of only two heirs to the vast Hammond Hotel fortune, finds herself the prime suspect when her high profile husband is murdered. It became widely known that Dennis Ables had married her only for her money, when shortly after their wedding; he began gallivanting all over town with a different woman nearly every night. In the middle of this mayhem, the Lord sees fit to answer Ravenna's long held, deep heart desire for her to know her biological family. She falls in love with her newly found Scottish father's Foster son, Patrick. However, he's in love with the ghost of her dead twin sister, Verona. The detective in command of this case, who believes his suspect is guilty, can't seem to reconcile that guilt with the fact that someone is now intent on killing Ravenna.
- Paperback | 422 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 24.38mm | 712.14g
- 29 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Cassandra Stout
Born: Feb.3rd 1956 Married: Feb. 9th 1974 Reside in Seattle, WA Growing up in the Wild West on a ranch, to my mother's dismay, I was quite the tomboy. I loved everything about living in the country, the cattle, the horses, the chickens and the golden wheat waving gently in the breeze at sunset. I found adventure in everything; from keeping an eagle eye out for the dreaded rattle snakes and black widow spiders, to chasing horn toads in the freshly plowed fields. Growing up on a working ranch, my parents often times needed me to distract my younger siblings. I would make up stories to occupy them. To my amazement, they would sit there wide eyed and spellbound all afternoon. Then when I had my own children, I carried on the tradition. It really came in handy when I opened a licensed daycare in my home. I loved entertaining them. As I said in the bio; growing up in the country provided endless possible story lines, from being on fire watch during a lightning storm to caring for a new batch of baby chicks. Author of 8 Christian Romance novels, 1 children's Christmas storybook; Snow Sky, as well as a book for teens; The Far Country/Journey to the Ghost Forrest, Cassandra's works of fiction have entertained others for nearly forty years.