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The Bonaveras is a series of contemporary romance novels about four independent, but close-knit sisters whose lives take an unexpected detour when they inherit the family winery after their parents' untimely deaths. Set in beautiful Virginia wine country, in the shadow of the misty Blue Ridge Mountains, each story focuses on a different sister's quest for self-fulfillment, happiness, and love.
Warning: Some of the scenes in these books include enticing foods and wines that have inadvertently caused susceptible readers to indulge in a plate of crudités and a glass of vino as they become increasingly engrossed in the stories. The author herself is guilty of this.
A celebration of the quaint charm of Maryland's Eastern Shore, Glebe Point is a series of contemporary romance novels, set in the fictional small town of Glebe Point, that center around the close-knit Morrison family and a cast of supporting characters whom readers have come to love.
Immerse yourself in each couple's story as they laugh, love, and sometimes stumble their way down the road to find their happily ever after.
Get ready to experience exciting stories of love, passion, and suspense in these critically acclaimed novels that are loosely tied together through reoccurring characters. Simmering heat, humor, romance, and characters readers love, and love to hate—these are some of the things fans have come to expect from Patricia's romantic suspense novels. A Murderous Game, and Run Rachael Run, are both set amid the fast-paced, urban framework of Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love.
Anthologies & Shorts
This eclectic collection of short stories features "Escaping the Greys," Patricia's entertaining, quick read about a young woman's humorous, and at times touching, plunge into independence. This fun romp is sure to elicit a chuckle or two as the heroine learns to adjust to a new life, a new acceptance of self, and a chance at love with the hunky new neighbor who seems to like her just the way she is.