Springen O’Flaherty can see auras. As a child she lived in a Popsicle world where the kids were swathed in brilliant colors and the grown-ups were a fuzzy pastel. Later, her psychic powers multiplied and resulted in a life of secrets and half-truths–of otherworldly sights and experiences. Spring was resigned to the status quo until she met Jed Collinsworth. Now she wants that two-kids and a mini-van life, but to accomplish her goal she has to be honest with the man she loves. But first she has to come to terms with her unique abilities.
The sudden loss of her dad plays havoc with Spring’s well-laid plans. Ready or not, Jed is about to be introduced to the O’Flaherty clan of western Virginia with all their eccentricities and quirks–tent revival preachers, gospel musicians, healers, heroes, and pot growers. When faced with the truth will Jed help Spring discover the elusive sense of peace and acceptance that she’s always wanted?
Fiona O’Flaherty’s quiet life is turned upside down when a killer cop takes an “unhealthy” interest in her. With the help of the Four Amigos—a group of retired law enforcement officers—she changes her identity and flees to a farm on the Northern Neck of Virginia. Much to her surprise her new roommate is a handsome ghost who departed this world in 1865.
And even more amazing is the fact Danann Farm is a mystical Irish village that was transported to the America’s in the early part of the nineteenth century. As a nurse she’s used to multi-tasking, but now she’s living with a charming spirit while also managing the restoration of a historic home. Not to mention that a serial killer is determined to find her. What next? How about a pint-sized seer with special powers, a group of geriatric aunties managing the rumor mill, and an extended family ready, willing and able to protect the new mistress of the Magnolia House.
Fiona’s having quite an adventure, but like most fairy tales this story will have a happy, if somewhat quirky ending.