Patricia Lynne is the author of Young Adult Paranormal, Fantasy, and Sci-Fi books. She actually never set out to become a writer, and in fact, she was more interested in art and band in high school and college. On a whim, she wrote down a story bouncing in her head and began learning all she could about writing. That was the start of it, and she hasn't regretted a moment. When she's not writing, she's watching Doctor Who or reading about serial killers. She's an avid knitter. One can never have too much yarn. She writes New Adult Urban Fantasy and Sci-Fi Romance under the name Patricia Josephine.
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.
Is friendship enough to end a war?
Armory was born into a post-apocalyptic world torn apart by war between man and nature. When she’s kidnapped by nomads, a tree nymph is the one who rescues her. With Birch, Armory meets humans and trees who want the war to end. Is their friendship enough to convince the human race to take a chance on peace? Birch has a plan. He’s just not sure he’ll survive.
The past can't be forgotten, but can it be escaped?
With his pale skin and mismatched eyes, Cyclop stands out in a crowd, but it’s his ability to see the future that really sets him apart. It’s an unusual gift he hides from others. Once, a man he knew as Master controlled him. Cyclop has no desire to return to that life. He may have no choice. His past is coming for him.
Can a vampire who doesn’t remember being human learn what it means to be human?
A vampire must do one thing: Survive. Nothing else matters, but Tommy is finding the hard way survival isn’t that easy. The hunt for blood is tricky when humans know to fear the night. The only human Tommy trusts is his twin brother. But even with Danny’s help, Tommy struggles to understand the human world.
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.