Undying Love (Secrets of Roseville Book 1) by Betty Bolte
When architect Meredith Reed inherits her family’s plantation after the devastating loss of her own family, she must choose how to move on with her life. Keep the plantation? Not a good idea. Sell it? Better. Turn it into a memorial park? Better yet. But can she go against her family traditions and the hunky but irate lawyer?
Max Chandler needs two things to complete his life plan: become a senior partner and find his soul mate. He’s due a promotion once his legislation to protect the county’s historic properties is approved. The wife part he finds more challenging, having never met the right woman. If only the talented, attractive, aloof Meredith didn’t want to destroy the very property he cherishes.
While Meredith struggles to reconcile her past and future, will she learn a lesson from the spectral Lady in Blue in time to save both her family and home from destruction?
(Updated and revised edition; originally published in 2014 as Traces.)
If you like a family drama with sweet style romance and a touch of southern history this is for you. Although for me I was more drawn to the family drama / mystery of this story.
This isn't a book I would usually go for personally, but occasionally (as readers of my reviews know) I like to pick up something completely different.