For Eleanor Wilding, home was Wildings-her family's antebellum estate in Mississippi. Wildings...where she'd foolishly fallen in love with her handsome stepbrother, Edan Bond. And where Edan had rejected that love.
And it was to Wildings that Eleanor returned after a five-year, self-imposed exile. She'd come back to visit her ailing grandmother, but also to confront Edan. Because, like the legendary family ghost, memories of Edan haunted her, and it was time to exorcise the past.
However, once she'd seen Edan again, it was impossible to forget what he'd meant to her...since those feelings were still all too real.