Autumn’s Ghost by Cricket Rohman
Autumn has been a very good girl for twenty-two years until a dream-come-true opportunity lands in her lap, thanks to the ingenuity of her book club friends. Her wealthy, overprotective parents fall for her escape plan. Although her boldness came easier than expected, Autumn wonders how long feelings of guilt might haunt her.
Still, this gift from the Fantasy Maker—a vacation to New Hampshire a few weeks before Halloween—might prepare her for a graduate program in photography. However, nothing could have prepared her for Ranger, the handsome Forest Service pilot.
Fate takes over quickly. Autumn snaps fantastic fall photos and helps Ranger with his odd, spooky inheritance project. Sparks fly, and so do their ghosts. A page-turner for readers who enjoy a little mystery with their romance wrapped up in a holiday theme and a quaint New England setting.
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Cricket grew up in Estes Park, Colorado, and spent her formative years among deer, coyotes, and beautiful blue columbine. Living on the boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park, she wandered in often to enjoy the sound of rivers, the scent of pines, and the tenants of the game trails.
Today Cricket is a full-time author writing Sweet Romance, Westerns, Women’s Fiction, and Romantic Mysteries about cowboys, teachers, Creative Women, the great outdoors— even Alzheimer’s. So far, there is a delightful dog in each of her novels. Horses, cats, and hawks too.
Before heading down the mountain to attend college in Greeley, Colorado, Cricket took up playing the guitar and sang with her brilliant brother’s folk group, The Sundowners, later called Friendship Sloop. During these singing years, she was bitten by the show-biz bug and appeared in TV pilots, numerous commercials, and theatrical voice-overs. In 2023 Who’s Who in America recognized Cricket for her outstanding accomplishments in education and the arts.