The Visitor – A Supernatural Romance

The Visitor
284 Pages
ISBN 9780999187074

Shape shifter or clone? Which has returned Rebecca Tierney's husband's body to her nine months after he was cremated?

Rebecca has returned to her husband's family home on the largest, deepest, coldest, and most unforgiving of the Great Lakes, Superior, to dispose of his ashes. But the old house holds more than memories of a love ended too soon. A Visitor searches the old Victorian house perched on the bluffs of a lake that never gives up its dead for the key that will stop the dying in his world.

The secrets of the house cloistered from the world by towering pines and iron rich bluffs in an isolated finger of Michigan's Upper Peninsula can free Rebecca from her grief and teach a man of logic that love is worth more than eternal life…if only she will open her mind and he his heart.

Barbara Raffin

About Barbara Raffin (Other Author)

Barbara Raffin

Hi Readers! I grew up a country girl in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, but love to visit the big city and live the hurried pace now and then. Blessed with a vivid imagination, I've created stories and adventures in one form or another for as long as I can remember. I wrote my first book at age twelve in retaliation to the lack of female leads in the adventure stories I loved reading. But it is a love of playing with words, exploring the human psyche, and telling stories that keep me writing. Whether a romantic romp or gothic-flavored suspense, my books have one common denominator: characters who are wounded, passionate, and searching for love.

I still live on the Michigan-Wisconsin border with my avid outdoorsman husband who has always supported my love affair with reading and writing and my energetic Keeshonden (that's a dog breed) Katie and Slippers. Visit my web site to learn more about me and my books.

Barbara Raffin is a member of Romance Writers of America and Wisconsin Romance Writers. Barbara has published twelve novels, two novellas, and been part of three anthologies. Her many awards include the highly regarded EPPIE.

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