Hayley Phillips came to live with Roz and her family over a year ago, pregnant and desperately seeking a job. She finds one and has her baby, settling into the family. She has been with the family while the Harper Bride, the ghost that haunts the house, terrorized the people who lived there as they each fell in love.
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Hayley begins to fall in love with Harper, Roz's son, and feels guilty about it. She finally makes a move, and she and Harper become an item. In the meantime, the ghost attacks Hayley stronger than before. All this does is push Harper and Hayley together, and they both begin to fantasize about a life together with just them and Hayley's daughter Lily. Harper plans to ask Hayley to marry him, but asks sooner when they discover Hayley is pregnant. Hayley agrees, but constantly fights when Harper tries to get her to move out of the house for her safety.
The Bride, whose name is Amelia, continues to bother the people in the house. Harper is concerned that the ghost wants to confront her, especially when she almost causes Hayley to commit suicide. Together they learn that she was going to kill herself and her baby the night she died. Harper almost dies trying to recover her long lost bones. He lives, however, and he and Hayley go on planning their fairytale wedding and their lives.
The review of this Book prepared by Rachael High