Monday, September 5, 2016

Now scheduling a one month tour for Destiny’s Past by Patricia C. Lee

Now scheduling a one month tour for Destiny’s Past by Patricia C. Lee

This tour will be September 26- October 24 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling interviews, guest blogs, reviews and spotlight stops

review copy on NetGalley

To participate in this tour please send:

Your blog name and url

A couple suggested dates during the tour

Please let me know if you wish to review

Destiny’s Past
Daughters of the Crescent Moon Trilogy  
Book One
Patricia C. Lee

Genre: Fantasy/paranormal romance

Publisher: Phoenix Literary Publishing

Date of Publication: August 22, 2015

ISBN: 9780994851222

Number of pages: 332 (print);
Number of pages 271 (ebook)
Word Count: 80, 300

Cover Artist: Taria Reed

Book Description:

No-nonsense medical examiner, Kelly Richards, relies on the familiar comforts of science and scalpels to get her through the day. So when a not-so-dead guy who claims he's from the past lands on her autopsy table, she considers calling the men in white coats to escort him to a padded room. But Jarek’s old-world ways and hot gaze trick her heart into falling for him—a mistake she swore she’d never make again.

When Jarek, Prince of Leisos, discovers someone he trusts has been slowly poisoning him, he travels to the future in search of a cure. Driven by vengeance, he enlists the help of an impudent scientist to return him to his time.

As they try to find a solution, Kelly struggles with her feelings for Jarek while dodging the police and a visitor from her past.

Caught between his growing desire for Kelly and the need to expose his would-be assassin before they strike again, Jarek must decide between forfeiting his ticket home or losing the only woman he’s ever loved.

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About the Author:

Pat is a playwright and award winning author who has had a love affair with the written word since childhood, many times immersing herself in the stories of Enid Blyton and Carolyn Keene. An active imagination gave inspiration to short stories and her first play as a teen.

Her full-length play, The Truth About Lies, was staged at a regional theatrical competition in 2006.  She was  selected as  "One of 50 Authors You Should be Reading" in 2012. One of her novels achieved a finalist slot in the 2013 International Book Award Contest - fantasy category. She is also the winner of the 15th Annual Writer's Digest Short Story contest for A Holy Night.

Although still in pursuit of a place truly called home, Pat shares her life with her husband and three cats, all of which claim rule over the house at one point or another. Besides dreaming up the next novel, she enjoys traveling, baking, camping, wine, and of course reading – not necessarily in that order.

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