An adult coloring book, featuring the Southern sass of Nancy Parsons from the novel “The Haunting on Palm Court.”
After Blake Nelson catches her abusive fiancé, Parker, with another woman, she seeks serenity at her late grandmother’s beach cottage. He follows Blake to the island and attempts to kill her, but instead, he dies in an accident while fleeing the police. His malevolent spirit returns to the cottage to finish what he started. The haunting intensifies when Blake reconnects with her first love, Clint. Will Blake discover how to banish Parker before it’s too late?
Before Parker died, he tried to control Blake in many ways. When he dies, she reflects upon how he harmed her emotionally. Unfortunately, these reflections haunt her in a literal sense via Parker's malevolent spirit.
An intense pursuit through a winding stretch of road leaves Blake unnerved. She approaches her pursuer with caution and curiosity, ready to find out who is attempting to kill her.
Blake reunites with her first love, Clint. He helps her put the pieces of her heart back together and supports her throughout a frightening and tumultuous haunting by her late fiance.
Nancy is the embodiment of Southern hospitality and based on many of the strong women I've encountered in my life. I couldn't think of a better guide to help Blake navigate the waters of banishing a malevolent spirit.
Blake's late fiance, Parker, has a knack for showing up at the most inopportune moments. He threatens Blake's safety, serenity and sanity at every turn.
Sometimes a vivid dream skirts the edge of becoming a nightmare. What if waking up doesn't make the terror go away? Blake Nelson experiences just this when she finds her late fiance's spirit in her bed.
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