Jackson Allen threw his entire family into turmoil with a sudden decision to disrupt their lives on the beaches of Southern California and move to a small town in Tennessee.
Shrouded in mystery and secrets he purposely forced unfamiliar distance between himself, his wife Suzann and their two teenage children, volunteering no explanation other than his responsibility to sell the family home.
Their arrival in Sommerville, a place Jackson had abruptly left and put behind him over twenty years earlier, would stir the dust of a family secret that had lain dormant for over fifty years. Old myths and legends surrounding the wealthy and mysterious Allen’s had been told and retold in the small community for nearly four generations.
Sixteen-year-old Aspen soon found herself immersed in a world of the paranormal and extrasensory phenomena that soon helped in bridging a tense relationship with her brother, Noah.
Buried secrets are uncovered amid death, illness new friends and a breathtaking romance all serving to further complicate her father’s ultimate goal—to sell the dreaded family home and return to their secure, comfortable life in San Clemente, California.