Yesterday’s Kiss by Carly Fall: In Yesterday’s Kiss by Carly Fall, Maggie Ramos has just signed her divorce papers and is determined to start a new life away from the verbal abuse and unfaithfulness of her husband. So to celebrate she decides to take a trip with her friend to Tombstone, Arizona. She loves history and there is something about Tombstone that just calls to her.
When she arrives in Tombstone, she feels like there are many places that she has to visit. But during her tour to the Cooper Queen Mine in Bisbee, an encounter with a miner leaves her questioning her sanity. Especially since she is the only one that can see him and he seems to know her.
He claims to be her dead husband from the past, who has been waiting for her to return to him. In order to prove to her that their love is real their encounters become more and more often, and he shows her the past and the life they had back in his time.
Soon Maggie doesn’t know what to believe, and as much as she wants to stay with Joseph. She is slowly falling in love with him, the way he knows everything about her understands her make things more difficult for her. But how can she live a life bound to a ghost?
Joseph and Maggie are soul mates, but he wants her to be happy and with her being alive and him being a ghost things are not as easy. As much as he loves her, he just wants her to be happy and if he has already waited so many years for her, he can certainly wait a little longer. But faith has other plans for them and their impossible love.
Yesterday’s Kiss by Carly Fall is a great short love story that any fan of soul mates and paranormal will love.
Is she really encountering her one true love from the past?
When Maggie Ramos signs her divorce papers, she’s determined to start a new life free from her ex-husband’s verbal abuse and unfaithful behavior.
As a new start and celebration, Maggie decides to take a trip to Bisbee and Tombstone, Arizona. Because of her fascination with history, the two places have always captivated her with their rich pasts.
During a tour of the Copper Queen Mine in Bisbee, Maggie’s encounter with a miner named Joseph leaves her questioning her sanity. Claiming that he is her dead husband from the past, he is determined to prove to her that their love was real. He takes her on a journey vacillating between the present and the early 1900s, leaving Maggie to wonder if her psyche is shattering, or if she is really encountering her one true love from the past.
Does true love transcend death?