Patricia Joseph lives in northern California with her husband.
She began self-publishing short fiction in the summer of 2011 and is currently working on her first novel. Emails are welcome to email@example.com. Reviews and comments are greatly appreciated!
When Cat Lawson decides to join a wagon train headed to California, everyone thinks she has lost her mind. Somewhere out west, her cousin has gone missing, and Cat is determined to find her. If along the way, Cat happens to find a handsome yet taciturn mountain man, a glib newspaper reporter, and a bit of adventure, she won't let any of it distract her! The West is calling...
Lillian Davenport has always been the "plain" one in a family of beauties. When her father leaves her a large inheritance, she is suddenly the center of attention for every single man in the neighborhood. To avoid the fortune hunters, Lillian escapes to her friend's country estate, but a series of accidents makes her the object of a much more dangerous type of attention.
By Patricia Joseph
Published: November 28, 2011.
(4.00 from 1 review)
Ellie is thirty, attractive, and about to move in with her perfect boyfriend - until he dumps her the day before Christmas Eve and leaves her stranded without a Christmas tree to bring to her family's holiday party. Ellie embarks on a hunt for the perfect tree, which she is sure will solve all her holiday problems, but what she finds instead is a cure for her broken heart.
Harriet Davenport is used to taking care of herself. With an invalid father and a hysterical mother, responsibility falls on her to take care of their ancestral home. When a new neighbor moves into the grand, austere Hall down the road, Harriet quickly finds her routine interrupted. Will her thorny nature keep her from finding true love?