Coming in February! Book Nine of Dancing through Life Series
In time to shake off the winter blues, I’ll be publishing a romantic comedy.
Gwen, from book six of my Dancing through Life Series, comes back to St. Luke’s for her internship. Her mother is intent on finding her daughter a husband and having her settle down in Cascade Falls. To this end she recruits her friends to form a “Man of the Month Club.” Their objective – to find a new man for Gwen to date until she finds Mr. Right. Thus ensues a series of disastrous first dates.
This is my first attempt at writing a romantic comedy. I hope my readers will have as much fun reading it as I had writing it! Stay tuned for cover reveal at the end of the month.
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Praise for Freedom Dance
“I thoroughly enjoyed the entire book, but as a historian, I was especially drawn to the chapters that describe the past. In these chapters, Patricia explores the inner working of the Underground Railroad, that secret network that transported enslaved Americans from slave states in the South to Free states in the North and Canada. The trials and tribulations of these brave souls–both free and enslaved–are an inspiration that still speaks to us today.” Linda Hass, author of Michigan Crossroads to Freedom and Hidden in Plain Sight.