She called him the "dark man." Who is Jonathan, a man haunting Malissa Ratham's dreams? What sort of secrets from his past does he try to keep buried? Everybody says the dreams are only dreams and nothing more. But soon Malissa starts acting strangely, knowing about ancient Druidic rituals and a history too mysterious to unearth. With the help of Jovin, an ancient Druidic spirit on a mission to stop Jonathan from his path of death and destruction, and Tessie Malkin, a psychic with an advantage over Jonathan's power, Malissa must own up to her past and walk between worlds to destroy an ancient curse . . . . . . before it is too late
Laura Williams takes a chance on Carl Gunderson, and it's the most fatal mistake of her life. Carl is convinced Laura is the wife that he murdered-or thought he murdered. Apparently, he hadn't left her for dead after all. Now she's back in his life-and this time, he will make sure he finishes her off for good.
A house never forgets. And for Maureen Boyd, neither does a vengeful ghost lurking within what she hopes to be a dream home for her with her new husband and children. After her son's house-flipping company loses out on a deal, Maureen's husband buys the house, and Maureen hopes that living closer to her son will help salvage their distant relationship. But living in a haunted house brings up dark family secrets her husband would rather keep buried, plus opening an old wound that Maureen's long-distant relative could never forgive.