This novel was gifted through Member Giveaways by the author herself. According to the back cover, author Debbie Heaton is a therapist "specializing in mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, and families with children." Oddly enough, the book doesn't (according to the back cover descriptors) seem to be about any of those things, which is kind of a relief. Often times authors who are professionals in another field become very technical and border on boring when writing about what they know, so hopefully this will be better than that.
At least I hope so. The back cover of it basically makes it sound like the film "Twister", but replacing tornados with ghosts. I mean "Twister" (in case you've never seen it) goes something like this:
"Jo Harding is gorgeous, smart, and successful...Some time ago her husband Bill walked away from their marriage, believing there was no hope for the relationship...Bill, as handsome and accomplished as ever, is planning to get remarried, but first he must divorce Jo. To save her broken heart, Jo must confront her feelings for Bill and his wicked good storm-chasing skills...As Jo and Bill try to find love with each other a second time around, they come to grips with tornados and flying oil tankers. If Jo isn't careful, she may fall prey to other storm-chasers, led by Wesley from 'The Princess Bride'."