Dot grew up next to a graveyard.
Her dad used to be a funeral director.
She creates art with funeral flowers.
She’s undoubtedly hard to freak out.
Dorothy has a traditional name and a practical personality. When she sees the distinct shape of a man wandering in the cemetery, her initial intention is to defend her territory.
Then she meets the elegant stranger and realizes how fragile the boundary is between life and death.
Dot’s world will never be the same.
Until she meets him.
He walks the cemetery looking for something. Something he cannot explain. In him she finds an acceptance she has never had. Yet to keep him, she has to help him find what he has lost. Whether it brings him home to her or ends his existence completely.
Tori despises the small town.
She has no job; her parents are gone.
Now she’s stuck living with her sister in an eerie old house across from a graveyard.
Can it get any worse?
When Tori meets a handsome young man with extraordinary gifts, she realizes that her life has just taken a turn for the fantastic. Soon she is entangled in the mystery of a child’s long-ago disappearance, a stolen treasure, and a restless spirit
Savannah is hanging on to sanity by her fingernails.
One brother is dead, the other is a walking ghost, her parents are devastated, and she’s finally lost her mind.
And she’s walking in her dreams.
Savannah is getting over the death of her brother but doesn’t realize the secrets which led to his terrible accident.
She finds herself walking the side of the road.
It’s the place where her brother was killed.
Why is she here?
When she wakes, Savannah is in her bed, freezing and freaked out.
Dreams are not always what they seem.
Travis has stopped on the road to help her, believing her to be stranded. But he can’t be real, because she’s sleeping, isn’t she?
And when she meets him during the day, she realizes her world is about to be turned upside down.