The Haunting on Palm Court: An Isle of Palms Suspense, #1
Thirty-four-year-old Blake has accepted the untimely death of Parker, her late fiancé. A year after Parker’s death, his spirit appears at her late grandmother’s beach cottage. As an empath, she has seen many ghosts, but that isn’t the problem. Rather it’s the pain he had inflicted before he died and the unsettling feeling that his unfinished business somehow involves her.
As Blake works to solve the mystery of how to send Parker’s spirit to his next destination, he wreaks havoc at every turn. His antics become especially fierce when Blake reconnects with her first love, Clint, among the Spanish-moss draped oaks at her grandmother’s weathered yet beautiful beach cottage.
Parker threatens the safety, sanity and serenity of Blake’s loved ones. But just as he didn’t give her due credit in life, his spirit doesn’t anticipate her will to fight, her inherited gifts and the help from an unexpected source.
Will she be able to send Parker on to his next destination before it’s too late?
Return to Palm Court: An Isle of Palms Suspense, #2
Brittany Nelson returns to the South Carolina Lowcountry to help her sister, Blake, run the family bed and breakfast and care for her three-year-old niece. Soon after, strange occurrences begin taking place. Brittany can’t shake the feeling that the ghosts of her family’s past haven’t been laid to rest, after all.
As she works to unravel how this is possible, she finds herself in the center of unfathomable events. But if the Nelson sisters know anything, life at Isle of Palms isn’t always a day at the beach.
Christmas on Palm Court: An Isle of Palms Suspense, #3
Elaina Nelson has helped her sisters banish evil spirits, but that’s the last thing on her mind the night of her engagement party. When she suddenly becomes ill, something tells Elaina it’s time to roll up her sleeves and fight for her life.
Unfortunately, she may have to face ths battle alone. Will she learn how to harness her abilities, saving Christmas for everyone, including the last person she ever expected to help?