The death of her great-aunt leaves Karessa Austin with an old, Victorian-style house on the outskirts of Fort Worth, Texas. She's always loved the charming house, so decides to remodel it and bring it back to its original beauty.
She has no idea the ghosts of her great-great-grandparents have lived there for almost a century because of a witch's spell.
Maxwell Hennessey is a treasure hunter. At thirty-six, he's made a fortune from sunken ships, hidden piles of gold and silver, and unclaimed stocks and bearer bonds. His latest research takes him to Fort Worth, where he believes he'll find a bearer bond worth millions. He wants the money to help build a wing on the children's hospital in Seattle.
Karessa now lives in the Victorian where the bond is supposedly hidden. She's also the woman whose heart he'd broken five years ago. Knowing she'll never believe he's no longer led by greed leads him to join the construction crew remodeling the house. He'll have the access he needs to find the bond without having to be around Karessa.
Karessa's great-great-grandparents have other idea. Mary and Aaron do everything they can to bring Karessa and Max together, believing their love will help the ghosts break the spell, and finally heal their great-great-granddaughter's broken heart.