- "The main house of the novel ranks up there with top haunted house settings." Jesse Giles Christiansen
- "The shifting mist and stunning scenery helped to get me into the mood for the supernatural element in this novel and made me appreciate all the more the themes of redemption and moving on." Lady Roachford
- "I love the setting of this book and there's some excellent sexual tension around Jess and the enigmatic hero of the piece, Maccaillin." Bookworm Oz
- "I thought it was truly a sad and yet beautiful story." Paranormal Romance Junkies
- "It made me want to hop on a plane and go to Scotland right now!" Shelby
- "Absolutely brilliant, Shani Struthers reminds the reader that love never really dies." Lindy Stem
From the Inside Flap
Jessamin Wade's husband is dead - a death she feels wholly responsible for. As a way of coping with her grief, she keeps him 'alive' in her imagination - talking to him everyday, laughing with him, remembering the good times they had together. She thinks she will 'hear' him better if she goes somewhere quieter, away from the hustle and bustle of her hometown, Brighton. Her destination is Glenelk in the Highlands of Scotland, a region her grandfather hailed from and the subject of a much-loved painting from her childhood.
Arriving in the village late at night, it is a bleak and forbidding place. However, the house she is renting - Skye Croft - is warm and welcoming. Quickly she meets the locals. Her landlord, Fionnlagh Maccaillin, is an ex-army man with obvious and not so obvious injuries. Maggie, who runs the village shop, is also an enigma, startling her with her strange 'insights'. But it is Stan she instantly connects with. Maccaillin's grandfather and a frail, old man, he is grief-stricken from the recent loss of his beloved Beth.
All four are caught in the past. All four are unable to let go. Their lives entwining in mysterious ways, can they help each other to move on or will they always belong to the ghosts that haunt them?