Patricia Lynne

Biography

Patricia Lynne never set out to become a writer, and in fact, she never considered it an option during high school and college. She was all about art. On a whim, she wrote down a story bouncing in her head. That was the start of it and she hasn't regretted a moment. Patricia lives with her husband in Michigan, hopes one day to have what will resemble a small petting zoo and has a fondness for dying her hair the colors of the rainbow. She writes New Adult under the name Patricia Josephine.

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Books

Being Human
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 87,700. Language: English. Published: August 25, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Horror
(4.36)
For Tommy, there is only one thing he needs to do: survive. Only surviving isn't that easy. He has no human memories and Vampire Forces is determined to turn every vampire to ash. The only human he can trust is his twin brother, Danny. Tommy just wants to survive but he'll discover there's more to life than simple survival.

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brothers    fantasy    fiction    paranormal    teen    twins    vampire    ya    young adult    young adult fiction   

Smashwords book reviews by Patricia Lynne

  • Dawn of Darkness (Daeva, #1) on Oct. 20, 2011

    The story has everything I love, vampires, werewolves and a bit of magic. There were twists at the end I didn't see coming and I nearly strangled Daniel when it ended because I wanted it to keep going. Fortunately there's two more books. Mik's character was interesting and the way he developed throughout the story made me love him even more for how believable it was.
  • Once Upon a Beanstalk on April 21, 2012

    Very cute little stories that were a nice twist on characters we know and love. My only wish, it had more stories.
  • Formed of Clay on July 19, 2012

    This short story is about Sentu and his quest to learn the magical letters of Pharaoh Mene's court. Only it's not as easy he thinks. Danger lurks, bedding with betrayal and lies. As I grew closer to the end, I got the feeling this ending wasn't going to be pretty. I worried for Sentu. He was so innocent at the beginning and as the story progressed, he lost his innocence more and more. How would his soul weigh against Ma'at's feather if he died? I really wanted him to find redemption as the story turned darker and darker. Of course, I can't tell you if he did or not. You'll have to read for yourself. The story is set in ancient Egypt and I really enjoyed the history of ancient Egypt as it was woven into the tale. I could believe along with Sentu of the magic the high priest processed. The gods were real. The setting and clothing describe was accurate as well. It wasn't over bearing in description, but enough that you could vision the chief wife and the pharaoh as well as how an ancient Egyptian city would look. As for the cast of characters, it was pretty small. But it's a short story too, so not much time to spend with other characters. I liked the friendship between Ahmen and Sentu. The high priest Hozat was a devious character. He'd do some good things and I'd think he wasn't that bad. Then he'd do a 180 and I'd think, Bastard! Other characters were surprising as well and they kept me on my toes with surprises and twists. Overall, I'd give Formed of Clay five stars. It was a dark page turner that always hinted at redemption, but in a way that until you reached the end you'd have no idea of the outcome. I do wish there were more, but at the same time, the story feels like just the right length.
  • Formed of Clay on July 19, 2012

    This short story is about Sentu and his quest to learn the magical letters of Pharaoh Mene's court. Only it's not as easy he thinks. Danger lurks, bedding with betrayal and lies. As I grew closer to the end, I got the feeling this ending wasn't going to be pretty. I worried for Sentu. He was so innocent at the beginning and as the story progressed, he lost his innocence more and more. How would his soul weigh against Ma'at's feather if he died? I really wanted him to find redemption as the story turned darker and darker. Of course, I can't tell you if he did or not. You'll have to read for yourself. The story is set in ancient Egypt and I really enjoyed the history of ancient Egypt as it was woven into the tale. I could believe along with Sentu of the magic the high priest processed. The gods were real. The setting and clothing describe was accurate as well. It wasn't over bearing in description, but enough that you could vision the chief wife and the pharaoh as well as how an ancient Egyptian city would look. As for the cast of characters, it was pretty small. But it's a short story too, so not much time to spend with other characters. I liked the friendship between Ahmen and Sentu. The high priest Hozat was a devious character. He'd do some good things and I'd think he wasn't that bad. Then he'd do a 180 and I'd think, Bastard! Other characters were surprising as well and they kept me on my toes with surprises and twists. Overall, I'd give Formed of Clay five stars. It was a dark page turner that always hinted at redemption, but in a way that until you reached the end you'd have no idea of the outcome. I do wish there were more, but at the same time, the story feels like just the right length.