A Red, Red Rose

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by Susan Coryell

When twenty-year-old Ashby Overton travels to Overhome Estate for the summer, she hopes to unearth her ancestral roots and the cause of a mysterious family rift surrounding the death of her Grandmother Lenore many years ago. From the moment she enters her room in the oldest wing, Ashby feels an invisible, enfolding presence. She learns the room once belonged to a woman named Rosabelle, but no one is willing to talk about Rosabelle–no one except Luke, the stable boy who captures Ashby’s heart. As Ashby and Luke become closer, she realizes he can be the confidant she needs to share the terrifying secrets unfolding. Ever present is a force Ashby never sees, only feels. Candles light themselves, notes from an old lullaby fall from the ceiling, the radio tunes itself each day. And roses appear in the unlikeliest places. Are the roses a symbol of love, or do they represent something dark, something deeply evil? (Amazon.com)

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