Patricia Simpson is described by reviewers as “a premier writer of supernatural romance.” Author of numerous paranormal novels, she is inspired by science, paranormal phenomena, and archeological discoveries, and consistently garners superior ratings and awards for unusual heroes and unpredictable plots. Simpson has been called “a master at keeping suspense going on a multitude of levels,” and a “masterful storyteller.”
From Egyptian lords that shape-shift into black panthers to Scottish time-travelers who step out of computers, Simpson entertains readers while pushing the envelope in paranormal suspense. Her new trilogy, THE FORBIDDEN TAROT, goes further than anything she’s written before. This series explores a new world history and impending planetary disaster. Already some reviewers have called the first book in this series, THE DARK LORD, a “true gift to her readers,” and a “lulu of a story.”
Patricia’s favorite writing arenas are the Pacific Coast, the deep South, 18th century in America and Great Britain, ancient Egypt, Pacific Northwest Native Americans, and anything that goes bump in the night. She has a BA in Art from the University of Washington, two daughters, and a retreagle named Berkeley.
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When Roman Brandt stumbles across the existence of his best friend's daughter, he discovers that someone is pursuing her through the streets of Londo for reasons Roman can't divulge. All he can do is shield her from the truth of her father's death and keep her at arm's length--far away from his long-suppressed hunger. Veronique thinks he's a real man. A good man. If she only knew...
Wrongly accused of a crime, maidservant Sophie Vernet assumes the identity of her dead mistress, only to fall into the schemes of Ian Ramsay, a Scotsman who is playing a deadly game of masquerade to reclaim his stolen heritage.
Christmas at the bungalow near St. Benedict Winery. Nothing could be worse. But Jessica Ward can't let her reclusive father spend the holidays alone. She leaves California for the misty hills of Washington State, never guessing she is on a collision course with mystery, murder, and the love of her life.
Reviewer's Choice Award - Romantic Times
Best Contemporary Fantasy
After a debilitating car accident, Jade Brennan travels to Seattle to claim the daughter she has never seen. But to gain custody, she has to enter into a marriage of convenience...with a Scottish scoundrel from 1886!
The Haunting of Brier Rose
Rose Quennel's painting studio becomes a place of danger and desire the day Taylor Wolfe arrives with his walking cane and strange blindness.
The Marriage Machine
Ace mechanic Elspeth Shutterhouse's plans backfire when she decommissions a machine that belongs to a powerful Londo family.
The Last Oracle
An oracle-in-distress staggers into the life of a troubled millionaire and asks him to help her escape to freedom.
Whisper of Midnight
In this breathtaking supernatural romance. the ghost of hot-blooded highlander Hazard MacAllister appears before Jamie Kent, an emotional misfit in dire need of the Scotsman's passion for life. Award-winning author Patricia Simpson's debut novel and RITA Award finalist.
Lord of the Nile
(5.00 from 1 review)
In this lush paranormal set on the shores of the Nile, an elegant stranger persuades a sculptress to join in the search for a lost Egyptian temple. During the search, Karissa uncovers the truth about her father and the reason why she is obsessed with big, black cats.
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Raven in Amber
An artist comes face to face with murder, mystery and the most startlingly handsome man she has ever met at a remote lodge on the Washington coast. Reviewers Choice Award Winner.
Nominated Best Indie Paranormal Book of the Year.
A control-freak television host goes to Scotland to get married and encounters a time-traveling knight determined to stop her wedding.
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