Sometimes “Till death do us part” just doesn’t apply to soulmates.
When Adrian Cattrel first met Jake Riley, she thought he was a conceited road crew worker whose only redeeming quality was his unnaturally stunning blue eyes. But the more she got to know him, the more she realized there was just something about him she couldn’t resist. Four years later, Adrian is a budding photographer and happily married to Jake. They’re on their way home from a family dinner one night when tragedy suddenly strikes.
Now Adrian is transitioning between two worlds and is concerned about how Jake will cope with her death. She knows he is not the kind of man to show his feelings—that’s just not the way he was raised. His father taught him that real men—Riley men—never do that, but Adrian has tried to convince him otherwise right up until the night of her death.
Now the stakes are much higher. Can Adrian—with help from another unlikely guardian angel—change her husband’s mind, or will he continue to live up to his father’s expectations, which could ultimately destroy him?
As Adrian adjusts to her new role, she discovers that more than one person needs healing and that life still holds many surprises for her even though she’s no longer a part of it.
“The Last Photograph is a beautiful story of love, grief, and healing. I cared deeply about the characters, and several surprises kept me turning the page until the very satisfying conclusion.”
— Tyler R. Tichelaar, award-winning author of Spirit of the North: A Paranormal Romance
Anne Miller is the youngest of four children. She was born in West Allis, Wisconsin and moved with her family to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan when she was two years old. Her passion for writing began when she was ten years old when she wrote her first novel, The Summer Murder, and she hasn’t quit since.
She attended the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay for two-and-a-half years where she majored in English-Creative Writing with a minor in Communications.
After college, Anne excelled at several different day jobs throughout the years, including grocery store clerk, hotel night auditor, and hospital housekeeper. She is currently a customer service representative/bank teller. All of her job positions have enhanced her storytelling skills.
Anne is also a die-hard Green Bay Packers fan. She enjoys reading, and her latest obsession is the Outlander series of novels. She lives in the same small town she grew up in. The Last Photograph is her first published novel.
The Last Photograph © 2017 Anne Miller
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