A Thread of Hope

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When Breccan Ascalden stumbled upon Miss Angerona Sheridan, unexpected lust drew him to her. But there was something else about her that managed to keep his carnal intentions at bay; something far more divine... More
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About Patrice Hannah

Writing under the pseudonym, "Patrice Hannah", Hannah-Lee Hitchman is a Jamaican author who formerly wrote general romantic fiction but has now adopted the Christian Romance genre to better reflect her faith. She's an introverted extrovert, proud bibliophile and lover of the simple things in life. While she absolutely adores children, she's also secretly terrified of babies and plots a hasty retreat whenever she is asked to hold a new-born.
Her favourite way to pass time is grabbing a lengthy romance novel (preferably historical), while munching on crunchy cheese biscuits.
Patrice wrote her first romance story when she was 11 years old, won a series of short story competitions and an island wide essay contest at age 9.
She currently resides in Jamaica, just a walk away from the beach, where people are friendly and actually tell you "Good Morning" in the streets.
You can reach her on Twitter @PatriceHannah26, on Instagram @patricehannah_author OR via email at patricehannah26@gmail.com

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Beautifullllllll reviewed on on Nov. 28, 2018

Bravo πŸ‘πŸ½. I Loved It .
Well written!!!!.
(review of free book)
mmmmbooks reviewed on on July 18, 2018

Thoroughly enjoyable story, well written!
(review of free book)
Margaret Heart reviewed on on May 29, 2018

Hannah skillfully creates a charming romantic tale centred around faith and love. This story of hope presents readers with the reassurance that love will always prevail no matter how dim life becomes. Angie's and Breccan's love story is enriched with suspense, drama and a fulfilling message of faith. All readers can expect a meaningful story with colourful characters creating the perfect portrait of love in its purest form.
(review of free book)

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