Tuesday, July 8, 2014


Dear Vision and Verse Readers,
Vision and Verse was the first to interview me when I published Feeling Lucky and I am thrilled to be back to share the sequel!

In Restless Spirits, Marilee Harper is desperate to find another job after she accidentally set fire to the home of the richest woman in town. Converting an old hospital into a B&B seems like a golden opportunity. But fixtures turn themselves off and on, and old baseballs fly without help. Stressed and aggravated, Marilee wants nothing more than to redeem herself, even if it means hands off her sympathetic boss!

John Smith has every confidence in the bossy, strong woman he hired to launch his B&B. She handled difficult customers at the bank and now she’s handling electricity and plumbing and whatever unseen force keeps throwing baseballs. Who can blame him if he starts to admire the woman in more than strictly professional terms? But when the angry, treacherous King of the Fairies shows up, can Marilee become his champion?

The past year has been an incredible learning experience. I met and talked with lovely people like Carol Ann Kauffman and now Feeling Lucky is a National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award finalist in Paranormal and Futuristic Romance AND Best First Book category!

I’m thrilled to be able to present this latest installment. Restless Spirits is a stand-alone romance, but it takes place in the same small, Mid-western town as my earlier book. What’s an ordinary, little town to do when the legends we’ve all heard – the fairytales and the folklore – turn out to be living next door? Well like the rest of us, the ladies of Fayetteville struggle with jobs, squabble with family, try to make ends meet, and fall in love! We should all be so lucky!


  1. Thank you so much, Carol Ann, for letting me share my ghost love story with everyone. You can't help but be the new mommy with hundreds of pictures! I appreciate your interest and/or patience! :)

  2. Dear Kathy,
    Thank you for being with us this morning and for guest blogger for me. We at Vision and Verse consider you part of our extended family and you are welcome to come back any time. We wish you the best of luck with FEELING LUCKY and RESTLESS SPIRITS, as well as all your writing endeavors.

  3. Parker Kagan-KaufmanJuly 9, 2014 at 7:34 AM

    I really enjoyed this post. Thank you Carol for featuring Kathy and Kathy, thank you for coming back and sharing on Vision & Verse.

    Carol, I think having formerly featured author/writers back as guest bloggers is a stellar idea. Keep up the awesome work.