Katrina is so beautiful, she's almost perfect. She only has two flaws. She's possessive.
And she's dead.
William adores Katrina, but he almost forgets about her when he meets Adelle, with her gentle smile and winsome ways.
So what's he to do? He certainly can't be faithful to a dead girl.
Even though he loves her, so much so he visits her grave every day.
Even though she haunts him and constantly reminds him of the terrible thing he did.
Even though she might just drive him to do something terrible again. Very soon.
Merrie Destefano left a 9-to-5 desk job as a magazine editor to become a full-time novelist and freelance editor. With twenty years’ experience in publishing, her background includes editor of Victorian Homes magazine, Zombies magazine, and Haunted: Mysteries and Legends magazine. Her books, novellas, and anthologies include Fathom, Lost Girls, The Plague Carrier and Waiting for Midnight. She lives in Southern California with her husband, their two German shepherds, a Siamese cat, and the occasional wandering possum.