Julie wants nothing more than to receive a flower bouquet from the hometown veterinarian. However, in “A Flower Story,” flowers are delivered long after a person is alive to smell them.
After purchasing their dream home, Sara and David feel truly blessed. Unfortunately, the couple soon discovers they’ve inherited a wicked curse. In fact, in “What’s Really There,” the former residents’ spirits refuse to move on.
In the title story, on the anniversary of his fiancés’ death, Mark realizes that he can see and communicate with spirits, including Amy’s. Can Mark and Amy’s love survive even in death?
“A Flower Story,” “What’s Really There,” and “Even In Death,” as well as the other seven stories in the collection are rife with emotion that will linger well after the last page.
The cover was intriguing but I'm not usually big on short stories, but I felt I needed to broaden my reading so I decided to give it a try.
There are ten stories in this. All and all, I liked it. There were two of the ten that were freaking awesome, and another five that were pretty great. Definitely worth checking out.
The author also asked that I give her some feedback on each story, so here it is: