Margot Beaufort is out of a job. Soon she’ll be out of a home. If she doesn’t find a place, she’ll be sharing a couch with a friend’s territorial cat. And it can’t be just anywhere, not if she wants to see her opinionated grandmother, Marguerite. But it’s the season for miracles, right? To save historic Renfrew House from demolition, Trent Talbot converted the property into apartments. But nobody stays in the “crazy" carriage house unit for long. If Trent can’t solve the problem, he’ll be back under Daddy dearest’s thumb. Then a chance encounter with a sweet redhead, plus an old book, inspire an insane idea… Margot quickly discovers why everyone flees the carriage house apartment. It’s haunted! With Marguerite’s help, Margot’s determined to free an unhappy spirit. But can she and Trent have a future that’s merry and bright?
About the author
'Cee' Farrell grew up in a rural area much like Carrick County, but minus the werewolves. (But there are wolves in the provincial park so who knows?) She has a degree in Mass Communications and English, and diplomas in Publishing, Technical Communications, and Law Clerk. Learning new things is a passion of hers. She wrote her first story -a fairy tale called Princess Mayblossom--around age six and made her first sale to a popular confession magazine while in college. Chocolate is her favourite drug, with mocha lattes not far behind.