By Delia Latham
Tim Kerschner’s attachment to a solitary aspen on property he inherits goes much deeper than aesthetics. Can he make landscape architect Ryann Dean understand his refusal to let her chop down this single tree in a forest of them?
I pray every reader experiences the joy, the delicious sense of secrecy and solitude, the "rightness" of a treehouse in this short story - especially if the missed having that experience as a child.
Why the author wrote this book:
I started writing Treehouse for White Rose Publishing's Hearts Crossing contest, but never finished it. Finally decided, since I liked the characters I had developed, to do something with it as a short story. I hope my readers like these six chapters of speedilyl developing romance as much as I do!