“Rustic cabin. Built in the 1850s. Original fireplace.
New windows. Only 70 miles from Nashville. Perfect writer’s retreat.”
Alone in a Cabin
Maggie was alone in the cabin when the snowstorm began,
until a half-frozen man appeared on the doorstep.
On the eve of Maggie Raines’ fiftieth birthday, her husband announces he has gotten his young receptionist pregnant.
Months later, newly-divorced Maggie sees an ad for an 1800s cabin billed as the “perfect writer’s retreat.” For years she has wondered if she has what it takes to be a fiction writer.
Maggie rents the cabin for the week between Christmas and New Year’s hoping the old log walls will inspire a story.
And they do—just not the story she imagines.
A ghost. A body. A lonely small town sheriff.
If Maggie can survive her own story, she might find
her heart’s rhythm again.