Three ghosts. A remote cabin in Idaho. Now, a romance-avoiding loner and her mysterious lodger need to learn the secrets behind the ghosts ... and the cabin.
Julia Perrin runs a bed and breakfast that tends to have a strange clientele—people hoping to find true love because of the legend that its ghosts are “matchmakers.” Julia knows the legend is nonsense, and believes love is highly overrated.
Jean-Philippe Fontaine, a wildlife biologist, is supposedly staying at the cabin because of its proximity to a forest where rare falcons are being illegally trapped. But his real reason for being there has to do with the cabin’s ghosts. He’s interested in their background, and wonders if it doesn’t intersect with his own family’s mysterious history.
As he searches, Julia and Jean-Philippe find that there’s a lot more to the cabin’s ghosts—and each other—than either of them ever expected.