Music Therapy: Learn How Music Therapy Helps Depression, Stress and Mental Balance (Unabridged) – Patricia Carlisle

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Music Therapy: Learn How Music Therapy Helps Depression, Stress and Mental Balance (Unabridged)

Patricia Carlisle

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 3.95

Publish Date: March 11, 2016

© ℗ © 2016 Patricia Carlisle

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Silken Threads – Patricia Ryan

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Silken Threads

Patricia Ryan

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: July 20, 2015

Publisher: Hawkley Books

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Graeham Fox comes to London to rescue his overlord’s daughter from her abusive husband, in return for which he is promised her sister’s hand in marriage and a vast estate—quite a prize for a landless soldier who’s never had a home of his own. Attacked and disabled by a broken leg, he rents a room in the humble home of Joanna Chapman, a silk merchant’s widow. Joanna, having learned not to trust handsome, charming devils like Graeham, lets him think her husband is still alive in order to keep him at a distance. Mindful of his mission—and the promised reward—Graeham tries to resist his feelings for Joanna, but the white-hot desire simmering between them cannot be denied.  Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, Silken Threads was honored with Romance Writers of America’s RITA® Award for Best Long Historical Romance, was nominated by Romantic Times magazine for Best Historical Romantic Mystery, and made the Ingrams A-List of Top 50 Requested Titles for four weeks. Originally published by NAL.  “Patricia Ryan moves Rear Window to medieval London, and does things Hitchcock never dreamed of! Fresh, swift and sexy, Silken Threads strengthens Ms. Ryan’s reputation as an outstanding author of medieval romances.” New York Times bestselling author Mary Jo Putney  “Silken Threads resonates with the sounds, smells, intrigues and passions of the Middle Ages. Add engaging characters, authentic historical details and a well-crafted mystery and you have a delectable tapestry whose threads glide like silk through the pages.” Romantic Times  “Patricia Ryan is back with another dazzling medieval romance! Proving herself to be a remarkable storyteller, Patricia Ryan spins a tale of romance and mystery that will thrill readers. With a host of wonderful secondary characters to round out the complex plot, Ms. Ryan keeps readers guessing—and turning pages—right up till the end! This is a very special and original novel from one of romance’s finest authors. Don’t miss it.” The Literary Times  “This is a rich and rewarding book. The characters are fully realized, the setting is impeccably accurate, and the mystery kept me guessing….Silken Threads is romance at its best. This one goes on my keeper shelf.” The Romance Reader  “This medieval take on Hitchcock’s movie Rear Window is simply superb! The secondary characters add as much to the story as the hero and heroine, and the author’s sense of atmosphere is impeccable. Ms. Ryan is a superb stylist with words who weaves the silken threads of her latest medieval romance into a complex tapestry of mystery, suspense and passion. If you haven’t tried this author’s books (historical or contemporary), don’t wait any longer. This one is fantastic and not to be missed!” Tanzey Cutter, The Old Book Barn Gazette  “A real page-turner, this one will keep readers guessing right to the surprising conclusion.” Bell, Book & Candle 

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The Marquess – Patricia Rice

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The Marquess

Patricia Rice

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: January 13, 1997

Publisher: Book View Café

Seller: Patricia Rice


A soldier who despises women and a woman who despises soldiers must depend on each other to survive. Scarred in a duel over a feckless female, Gavin Lawrence leaves America to take up his new duty as Marquess of Effingham, vowing never to care about others again. But he does care about protecting his crumbling new home—the secret passages apparently conceal an intruder he’s determined to root out.  Dillian Whitnell guards her injured cousin in isolated Arinmede manor after an attempt on both their lives. Having followed her father’s troops for years, Dillian is adept at camouflage. She just hadn’t expected the stubborn new marquess to refuse to believe in ghosts. Her game of hide-and-seek game taunts his irritation into intrigue, and intrigue into a forbidden passion, until Gavin realizes the exceedingly annoying but courageous young woman he chases is in terrible danger. Once more, the marquess is faced with the prospect of a fight for his life over a woman—unless Dillian leaves him and all she loves behind.

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Night Broken: Mercy Thompson, Book 8 (Unabridged) – Patricia Briggs

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Night Broken: Mercy Thompson, Book 8 (Unabridged)

Patricia Briggs

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 20.95

Publish Date: March 11, 2014

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Burn Bright (Unabridged) – Patricia Briggs

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Burn Bright (Unabridged)

Patricia Briggs

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 23.95

Publish Date: March 6, 2018

© ℗ © 2018 Penguin Audio

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Miracles from Heaven – Patricia Riggen

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Miracles from Heaven

Patricia Riggen

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: March 16, 2016


Based on the incredible true story of the Beam family. When Christy (Jennifer Garner) discovers her 10-year-old daughter Anna (Kylie Rogers) has a rare, incurable disease, she becomes a ferocious advocate for her daughter’s healing as she searches for a solution. After Anna has a freak accident, an extraordinary miracle unfolds in the wake of her dramatic rescue that leaves medical specialists mystified, her family restored and their community inspired.

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This Crumbling Pageant – Patricia Burroughs

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This Crumbling Pageant

Patricia Burroughs

Genre: Epic

Publish Date: May 6, 2014

Publisher: Story Spring Publishing, LLC

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Persephone Fury is the Dark daughter, the one they hide. England, 1811. Few are aware of a hidden magical England, a people not ruled by poor mad George, but the dying King Pellinore of the House of Pendragon. The Furys are known for their music, their magic, and their historic role as kingmakers. When Fury ambitions demand a political marriage, Persephone is drugged and presented to Society— Only to be abducted from the man she loves by the man she loathes. But devious and ruthless, Persephone must defy ancient prophecy, embrace her Dark magic, and seize her own fate. Get swept away into the first book of a dark fantasy series combining swashbuckling adventure, heart-pounding romance, and plot-twisting suspense.

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Heaven’s Fire – Patricia Ryan

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Heaven’s Fire

Patricia Ryan

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: July 20, 2015

Publisher: Hawkley Books

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Rainulf Fairfax—priest, Oxford scholar, and ex-soldier—is summoned to give last rites to a village rector who died of smallpox, and discovers Father Osred's lovely young housekeeper, Constance, near death from the same disease. With Rainulf's help, she recovers, only to find herself at the mercy of the village's brutal overlord, who means to make her his unwilling mistress. Disguised as a male, she escapes to Oxford in search of Rainulf, who offers her the protection of his home. Inexorably drawn to each other, the celibate Rainulf and the beautiful and vibrant Constance find themselves swept into a firestorm of forbidden passion. Originally published by NAL  “With Heaven’s Fire, Patricia Ryan establishes herself as a major voice in the medieval romance genre. For originality, drama and passion, Heaven’s Fire can’t be beat.” Romantic Times  “In the tradition established by her fabulous Falcon’s Fire, Patricia Ryan continues to write some of the best medieval romance today. Fans of this genre will find Heaven’s Fire is pure reading nirvana.” Affaire de Coeur  “A marvelous medieval romance from an incredibly gifted author! A fascinating glimpse of the past as only Patricia Ryan can tell it!” The Literary Times  “Lusty and exhilarating, this is medieval romance at its best. Heaven’s Fire is a splendid tale, and Patricia Ryan is a writer to watch.” Patricia Gaffney  “An intense tale of deception, religion, murder, and romance materializes in this graphic, well written historical romance. A dramatic tie-in to Falcon’s Fire, this book integrates old and new characters to create a unique love story you will not soon forget. Don’t miss these compelling books.” Rendezvous  “A heartwarming, scholarly tale of love, trust and sweet revenge.” Romance Forever 

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Rough Around the Edges – Patricia Keelyn

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Rough Around the Edges

Patricia Keelyn

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: July 5, 2016

Publisher: Panther Press

Seller: Patricia Van Wie


A protector whose touch was as seductive as it was dangerous . . .  Alejandro (Alex) Jamison grew up on the rough side of Miami. As a teenager, he was arrested repeatedly for petty crimes, and then at eighteen, he was caught breaking into a jewelry store, and it seemed his life was set in a downward spiral of ever-increasing lawlessness. Then a judge offered him a choice: military service or jail time.  He enlisted, and it woke him up and changed his life.  Now he runs a youth center in his old neighborhood where he’s determined to prevent other young people from traveling down the path he almost took.  Then, Dr. Kristen Helton walks into his life, disrupting his carefully built world. He knew the first time he met her that she spelled trouble.  She’s an outsider, a rich do-gooder he expects to run when things get rough on the mean streets he calls home.  But she is his equal in courage and determination, a woman as stubborn as she is beautiful, but can he ask her to share a desperate struggle that will risk their future, even their lives? Kristen Helton defied her wealthy parents only twice in her life: once when she went to medical school instead of taking her place in Palm Beach society, and then when she accepted a position in a free medical clinic in one of Miami’s roughest neighborhoods.  Now she’s met Alex Jamison, a man from a different world, a man she knows her family will never accept. Despite all the reasons to keep her distance, Kristen is drawn to the haunted hero whose powerful body has awakened a hunger too strong to resist as she joins his fight to keep kids out of trouble.   Can a woman who's always played by the rules help a renegade battle the odds and win?

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Silence Fallen: A Mercy Thompson Novel, Book 10 (Unabridged) – Patricia Briggs

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Silence Fallen: A Mercy Thompson Novel, Book 10 (Unabridged)

Patricia Briggs

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 26.95

Publish Date: March 7, 2017

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Into the Forest – Patricia Rozema

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Into the Forest

Patricia Rozema

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 14.99

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Release Date: July 22, 2016


When a global blackout suddenly plunges the world into complete chaos, two courageous sisters and their loving father must fight to survive in this riveting apocalyptic thriller.

© © 2015 Into The Forest Productions BC Inc. / Rhombus Forest Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Where the Heart Is – Patricia Keelyn

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Where the Heart Is

Patricia Keelyn

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: June 5, 2016

Publisher: Panther Press

Seller: Patricia Van Wie


She’d come home to put her life back together. With a broken engagement behind her and a baby on the way, Maddie Adams needs a safe place to have her baby and heal her broken heart. Then she runs into Nick Ryan, her once-best friend and first love, and her life once again becomes entwined with his. And though the sparks between them are as strong as ever, she does her best to ignore them. Nick had betrayed her once, and she can’t risk it happening again. Not now when she has another life to consider. Nick Ryan grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. Back then, the only person who’d believed in him was Maddie Adams, a girl with everything going for her. Then he’d messed up and lost her. Despite that, he’d achieved his dream of becoming a doctor and returned home to practice medicine. But he’d made other mistakes along the way, mistakes that had cost him his wife and left him with an angry teenage son. With Maddie back in town, he’s hoping for a second chance. Can he undo the damage he’s done to his son? Can he heal the old hurt between him and Maddie? And can they put together a new family, one based on love rather than obligation?

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Dixie Rebel (The Carolina Magnolia Series, Book 1) – Patricia Rice

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Dixie Rebel (The Carolina Magnolia Series, Book 1)

Patricia Rice

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: February 20, 2013

Publisher: EPublishing Works!

Seller: ABN Leadership Group Inc.


Maya Alyssum has a rebel's dream: to open a school where kids can find unconditional acceptance—an acceptance she and her sister had never experienced while growing up in foster homes. But Axell Holm, the town council's representative, holds Maya's unconventional dream in his hands.  Axell is the kind of uptight authority figure Maya loves to hate. So how is it that he's ringing all her chimes, even as her rebellious plans turn his ordered life upside down? Previously titled: Impossible Dreams REVIEWS: "Hours of reading delight." ~RT Reviews "…will leave readers with a smile on their faces." ~Murray Ledger and Times (KY) THE CAROLINA MAGNOLIA SERIES, in order  Dixie Rebel Imperfect Rebel Rebel Charm Carolina Rebel

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Deadly Aim – Patricia H. Rushford

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Deadly Aim

Patricia H. Rushford

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: February 1, 2004

Publisher: Revell

Seller: Baker Book House Company


Patricia Rushford kicks off a thrilling new crime series set in the cozy coastal hamlet of Sunset Cove, Oregon. Featuring determined police officer Angel Delaney, the first episode is sure to have armchair sleuths turning the pages as fast as they can to discover whodunit? When a police shootout results in the death of a 12-year-old boy, Officer Angel Delaney is blamed, convicted, and condemned by the media and the Sunset Cove community before the case even goes to trial.  Angel will have her day in court, but before she has the chance to defend herself, the situation spirals out of control. Key evidence is missing, evidence that could have verified her claim of firing only one shot in self-defense. In short order, the body count rises, and suddenly Angel is a suspect in more than one murder investigation. Heartsick about the young boy's death, and questioning her judgment as a police officer, Angel joins forces with Detective Callen Riley to fight the mounting charges against her.

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INTERVIEW: Patricia Clarkson on Learning to Drive

The first time I saw Patricia Clarkson onscreen was in her feature film debut in Brian De Palma’s 1987 crime epic The Untouchables. The subsequent decades have seen the hugely talented Clarkson rack up a truly impressive list of credits working alongside some of the most popular and well-respected actors and filmmakers of all time, in the process garnering considerable acclaim for her work on both big screen and small (she took home two well-deserved Emmy Awards for guest appearances on the HBO skein Six Feet Under).

For her latest project, the luminous Clarkson stars in Isabell Coixet’s Learning to Drive, a charming slice-of-life fable co-starring Sir Ben Kingsley. The film, inspired by a 2002 New Yorker article by Katha Politt, casts the actress as Wendy, a recent divorcee who forms a unique and unlikely bond with Darwan (Kingsley), a Sikh driving instructor. What follows are some highlights from my conversation with Clarkson about the film, her relationship with Kingsley, and the continuing difficulties for women in Hollywood:

I was just talking to my colleagues about how we don’t get these kinds of stories very often. I know this film spent something like 10 years in development.

I spent nine years trying to get this movie made alongside Dana Friedman. The wonderful Dana Friedman. It was a journey.

Talk to me about that. What was it about this story that you said, “I will stick with it.”

I was so enamored of the essay in The New Yorker, and I love Katha Pollitt. She’s many things but she’s a poet at heart to me. She’s written one of favorite poems of all time, called “Small Comfort”. Read it sometime. You’ll see.

I’ll seek it out.

But I was so enamored of this story. It resonated. It stayed with me. Then I found that Dana Friedman had commissioned a script by Sarah Kernochan. Sarah Kernochan really took the short story and ran. I think she had Katha Pollitt’s blessing to just…She took this story and made it a movie.

It kept the integrity of Wendy…The character in the essay was Filipino, the driver. But Sarah Kernochan had friends in the Sikh community, and decided to make the driver Sikh, which I thought was very beautiful. The culture, I knew a little of and now I know a lot of, which is something that will stay with me for the rest of my life.

I just thought she captured…Sarah had the heart of Katha in her, the essence of Katha, and really made it a movie. Made it a funny, witty, poignant movie in equal doses of comedy and tragedy. And I just thought it was unusual. It was surprising, and unusual, and had beauty to it. Great comedy. Like, real. I thought some of the circumstances in this film were genuinely funny, that grownups would find funny.

It’s funny: as the film has opened and people have seen this, I know this is is an adult film, but my nieces and nephews have seen it and loved it. I’ve had some young friends go to see it and they love it. Love it. So, I do think, while this is a movie about middle-aged people, it resonates far greater. But I just…I wanted this story to be seen. I wanted people to laugh and hopefully cry, simultaneously.

I knew I just wanted to be a part of this and I didn’t give up. But it’s a tough movie to get made. But it was worth the journey. It was worth the journey. It really was. I actually arrived at a better place to play Wendy nine years later. I really did. [laughs] I had nine more years of life and love and loss. I was ready to play Wendy by the time we started rolling that camera, when I don’t know that I really was nine years ago.

This is a contention that I have, and I’d love for you to confirm or disconfirm it. I think that Hollywood does not allow us to be a part of the process that women go through as they get older, in the same that way that we have the opportunity with men. For example, we’ve seen Robert De Niro go from young man to distinguished older actor. We’ve seen that entire process. I feel like those same opportunities are not available to women.

They’re not as abundant as they are to men. And that’s sadly just the nature of this industry. It is a male-dominated industry. It is an ageist industry. That will never change, sadly. I mean, it’s changing. Maybe a hundred years from now, somehow the scales will tip and it’ll be all female, female-dominated and driven films. Maybe, you know. God, I wish I could stay alive another hundred years.

You can bemoan it, but you also have to just accept it, rise above, and make your own opportunities. I do think that with the rise of independent film, and not just…I grew up in the heyday of independent film with all these beautiful distributors, Miramax and October Films, the rise, the real hotbed of independent filmmaking. But what’s happened now is something better.

Independent films have started to become commercial. They’ve started to enter the Oscar race. They’ve started to enter all of these award races. They’ve started to become the hot films of the year. They’ve lifted…More people now go to art films than before. It really was a very select group. And now cities all over the country have art houses. It used to be really New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago. It was just the big urban cities.

But now there are more and more art houses, and people go! And so with the commercial aspect of these films, the financial wooing and winning of these films, it has made independent viable. It’s opened up doors. More doors have opened up, and so more doors have opened up to women. Women, we have great stories to tell. And people go to see them. People want to see them.

I have to tell you, this film: I’ve had more people wanting to see this film than any film I’ve done in a long, long time just because. First of all, our incredible distribution company, we have an amazing distribution company, and we have these amazing producers who stepped in and got the film made. Because of them…They’ve actually invested in this film, which is even better. They’ve decided to put their money where their mouth is.

Briefly, I’d love for you to discuss how you formed your relationship that’s just so beautiful and poignant with Ben Kingsley. What was that process like, the give-and-take?

What it starts from is a very deep and mutual respect that Sir Ben and I have for one another. We’ve known each other for a long time. We worked together on Elegy, a beautiful film we made. Have you ever seen Elegy?

I have, yeah. It’s fantastic.

A beautiful film we made together. We played lovers, and if you ever want to bond with someone, play their lover. [laughs] So, we have mutual respect and admiration for one another and a friendship that came out of that and a love for Isabel Coixet that came out of that. We worship Isabel Coixet. We really do. She is delicious and divine.

Out of all of that, out of the process of Elegy, we formed this bond, and I wanted to bring that bond to this movie because I knew we had to rock and roll. I knew we didn’t have a lot of time, a lot of money. We had to be joined at the hip in a way but to keep our disparate world. We had to keep our separate worlds in this film, which was essential, that we didn’t blur Patty and Sir Ben with Wendy and Darwan, that we kept distinct lives, separate lives in this little, tiny confined space, which is very hard to do.

But Sir Ben and I showed up, ready-to-go. I had this film in me for nine years. We had the blessing of the whole Sikh community. Anyway, he came ready. I remember the first time I saw him in the turban in the mirror, and I looked over, and he looked so beautiful. I said, “Oh my God.” I looked at him and I said, “We’re shooting a film.” There’s Darwan. I had my hair in my ponytail. I was in my green dress. I looked at him. I said, “Oh my God.”

 ”Is this real?”

“You’re here. We’ve arrived. We’re ready to shoot.” [laughs]

That’s amazing.

It was just a long time coming, you know? It was hard. It was a long process to get to, but that’s what I love most about this film, is that it has all of these remarkable women involved in it, as you know. Thelma Schoonmaker, Sarah Kernochan, Katha Pollitt, Isabel Coixet, Dana Friedman, our producer.

But it was two very young men named Gabriel and Daniel Hammond, starting a new company, who chose…They could have made any hot film. They could have had hot stars, hot people. They chose to make this beautiful film as their first film. They chose to write a check, a big one, for a small movie, and chose to be our producers and come on board. And that’s how this film got made, in one stroke.

And so that’s why I continue in my life. I continue in this business because somebody will say yes. They will. [laughs]

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Many thanks to Patricia Clarkson for her enthusiasm, her candor, and her time. Learning to Drive is now playing in select theaters, and I heartily recommend seeking it out for a quirky, unique, and ultimately satisfying experience. For more movie talk, be sure to check out the latest episode of the MovieFilm Podcast at this link or via the embed below:


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Hunting Ground (Unabridged) – Patricia Briggs

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Hunting Ground (Unabridged)

Patricia Briggs

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 23.95

Publish Date: August 25, 2009

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Almost a Bride – Patricia McLinn

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Almost a Bride

Patricia McLinn

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: September 24, 2012

Publisher: Craig Place Books

Seller: Patricia McLaughlin


~~~ Wildflowers have to be strong and resilient to bloom amid the rugged beauty of Wyoming – and so do the women. ~~~ “A don't-miss treat!” — Rendezvous Dave Currick was everything Matty Brennan wanted for as long as she could remember. Right up until he broke her heart six years ago. Now that she's returned to Wyoming and her small-town home for good, what she wants more than anything is to save her family's ranch. Even if that means swallowing her pride and asking Dave to marry her. Matty's up to something – Dave knows that much. Just as he knows that Matty needs help, so of course he'll provide it, just as he did all the time they were childhood sweethearts. Doing what's best for Matty is second nature. Even when it comes to agreeing to a marriage of convenience. Although he can't resist one hot-blooded kiss after the I-dos. Maybe – just maybe – his Matty will become more to him than Almost a Bride. Almost a Bride is a romantic comedy and the first book in the contemporary western romance collection Wyoming Wildflowers from award-winning and USA Today bestselling author Patricia McLinn. ~~~ Get all the blooms in the Wyoming Wildflowers Series! Prequel – Wyoming Wildflowers: The Beginning (Snowberry) Book 1 – Almost a Bride (Indian Paintbrush) Book 2 – Match Made in Wyoming (Fireweed) Book 3 – My He”art Remembers (Bur Marigold) Book 4 – Jack’s Heart (Yellow Monkeyflower) ~~~ Reader Reviews for Patricia McLinn’s Wyoming Wildflowers stories: “Each one was totally different, characters were unique and totally believable!! Enjoy!!! “Amazing and touching story.” “If you love to laugh; love to cry; or love to laugh and cry at the same time, then you'll definitely want to read Almost a Bride.” “Smart, stubborn and irresistible.” “… So enjoyable I couldn’t put it down until I finished it.” “Excellent book! I read it straight in one whole day. Recommend it to anyone!” “Delightful!” “Nothing short of heart consuming and thrilling. I've loved every one and feel like I know the people personally. I can't wait for the next installment.” ~~

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