Marie Higgins

Every time I read one of Marie Higgins' stories, I think it's the best story ever. Then I read another one of Marie Higgins' creations, and I come to the same conclusion. This proves that all of the author's writings are wonderful and beautiful. ~~ wattpad reader 

Marie Higgins has a gift for storytelling. I love when I find a story I can enjoy thoroughly.~ Reader





Can the death of a loved one bring two strangers together?

Cole Langston thought he’d found the woman to marry, but her sudden death left a hole in his heart that he didn’t think anyone could replace. His odd dreams of his deceased girlfriend led him to her best friend, Ashley Turner. Yet, Cole keeps hearing his girlfriend’s voice in his head, urging him to help Ashley. He has two choices – believe that he’s gone insane, or follow the promptings.

Ashley is grief-stricken from her best friend’s death, thinking that if only she had kept a better watch over her friend, she’d still be alive. Suffering from her own bad relationships, she’s not anxious to start dating again. But when she meets Cole for the first time, she sees why her friend had fallen in love. Yet, there’s more to her friend’s death than she realizes, and together, Ashley and Cole search for answers. Both can feel their dead friend helping them with the dangerous journey.


The ultimatum has been set.

Celia Robinson has exactly one month to find a husband. If she doesn’t, her father will force her to wed her disgusting cousin. Celia knows she’ll never find a man equal to the fiancé she lost in the Franco-Mexican War, but she’s unwilling to tie herself to a man she loathes. Out of options, Celia does the unthinkable and propositions her dead fiancé’s brother, Nash Devereaux, to marry her in name only. Will the rogue accept the bargain she’s offered?