Ghost of a Chance by Judi Phillips

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Widower Trace Hawthorne has run his life on the left-brained model of an engineer-except for his impulsive move to Egypt with his toddler twelve years ago. When he returns to Minnesota and buys a century-old house, any odd incidents-misplaced items, flickering lights, a boy, Edward, whom no one will claim-he dismisses with logic. Single mother and herbalist Wynter Storm is poised to expand her business, moonlighting as an interior decorator for extra funds. In denial about her psychic intuition, she senses things about Trace's new house and about him. Logic and intuition collide, sparks fly and love ignites. Can they heal past hurts of grief, guilt and abandonment while fending off their matchmaking daughters, curtailing their mothers-one a psychic and the other a busybody-and help the ghost of a small boy find his way home?
 

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Published June 11, 2009 by The Wild Rose Press. 348 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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