Confederate soldier Elliott Stone made numerous mistakes in his life. When he betrayed his comrades, he was tortured and murdered.
For over a century and a half, his only refuge is the sanctuary of the house built where he took his last breath.
He was content in his solitude...until she came and disrupted his whole world.
Daniella Yankovich inherited the beautiful colonial home. It came at a time she needed tranquility and peace from the NY rat race. Little did she know, her fortuitous blessing came with a cantankerous spirit.
Now a civil war of wills in the house has begun. Will the North prevail, or will the South rise again?
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- Kindle Customer
The Ghost needs to quit smoking
The overall story had potential but unfortunately the narrator was reading the story like he would an Elementary class (minus)the bad language.He just had a very,old,craggy voice not meant for a young hero.You expect to fall in love with the his voice along with everything else,but the voice was really hard to get through.The story was over all interesting,a bit far fetched but that's why this is "fiction"...no rules,just your imagination.I think the story would've been better read than listened too.
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- B. Mulder
there is a lot of history mentioned here and a few gruesome scenes. the civil war wasn't pretty and neither is the way this ghost died. there is a lot of betrayal, death, secrets, and a big fat curse woven through two time periods making this an interesting story. there are a few naughty thoughts but no explicit adult content.