Love isn’t always what it seems to be…..when you are living in the past
When you can’t believe what you see…In the summer of 1978, photographer Zac Daley is the only one who sees a young woman in the lake, crying for help. When she shows up in his photos, and begins sending him cryptic messages, he must find out why.
When you don’t believe what you’re told…Amanda Bresky has not given up on Zac, even though her parents have forbidden her to see him. They can’t see past his long hair and hippie clothes, and even Zac himself has told her they aren’t a good match. He wants no part of a relationship, and thinks they should just remain friends. But she is determined to break through to his heart, whatever it takes.
When the truth is buried in the past…Zac’s interest in the mysterious girl in the lake becomes an obsession when she appears, demanding he deliver a message for her. With Amanda’s help, he sets out to solve the mystery, but at a cost neither of them could foresee. Haunted by his own past, Zac is determined to leave Fort Winston, Colorado as soon as possible─but a wayward ghost and a certain hot-blooded redhead are tempting him to stay.
“I will never regret kissing you, Amanda. But I won’t be responsible for breaking your heart.”
But you already have.
She wanted to yell at him, punch him, to hurt him back. But she couldn’t. She knew he was afraid of hurting her, that he thought he was doing the right thing. But that didn’t take away her pain, so “I understand,” was all she could manage in response.
“So…we’re still friends, right?”
Her lips were moist from his kiss, and she fought the urge to press up against him, and demand another. Was this the last kiss they would ever have? She couldn’t stand the thought, didn’t want to give in, and she wasn’t about to give up.
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