We have a surprise special guest hanging out today! Author, Patricia W. Fischer! She writes amazing stories that are really sexy, and of course make you laugh! What more can a girl ask for in a Romance?
Oh, no. My storytelling genius isn’t me. My strong desire to tell stories hit me early in life, mainly because of this woman, my great-grandmother, Jeanette Pardo Stidham, my Mumo.
She wove amazing tales of her upbringing with her father, Leon Pardo, a Baptist Missionary who had the family travel all over Texas, Cuba, and Louisiana during his attempts to convert so many.
Her mother, Charlotte DuVall, had always been shrouded in mystery. She and her sister, Naomi, arrived in New York City in 1884 with only a photograph pinned to my great-great grandmother’s clothes as a form of ID. She and her sister were left in the care of strangers, the Davis’s. The bio family never arrived or the Davis’s left NYC with the children before they returned. It’s been a dead end on the family tree, but has always been a wealth of interesting assumptions to what the real stories were.
As I grew up, I heard multiple stories from not only my Mumo, but additionally grandparents, parents along with the numerous aunts and uncles (who’d also grown up on her storytelling) were always amazing sources of information and incredible stories. These ranged from where exactly the tooth fairy puts all those teeth to the Santa elf who hides in the air conditioning vents and watches us all year, to the mythological creatures that hang out under our beds.
Needless to say, I had a very well rounded education in how to spin a yarn and probably a very warped sense of what normal was…is.
Being a native Texan, grand stories weren’t the only staple of my upbringing. Fishing, both fresh and salt water occupied a great deal of my weekends. So if there’s a Zombie Apocalypse, I can feed my family, which makes me feel good.
Whether you’re looking for contemporary romance or romantic suspense, small town or high city living, you can find it here.
I’m thrilled to have the first books in two my series with many more to come in 2015.
But first let’s start by visiting the Texas Hill Country and the Parker-Davis clan in the romantic setting of Tuscany, Texas.
It’s where the people are real, the land is rich, and the love lives are steamy. Family matters here and the Parker-Davis clan is a tight knit group with a whole lot stories to tell. Enjoy the first book about the oldest son, Caleb Davis in Deep in My Heart.
Dr. Jocelyn Promise had no long-term plans to stay in Tuscany, Texas, but she
saved the daughter of Caleb Davis, her high school crush, and became a hero.
Will she allow herself to fall for him again?
Widower and Air Force Veteran,
Caleb Davis, never wanted to fall in love again… until he saw Jocelyn. Now
someone from his past has arrived to even a score.
Can he protect his
family, Jocelyn, and his heart?
Things are about to get interesting in
This romantic suspense is a spicy read.
Tuscany, Texas is a place where family is first, friends are fierce, and love is forever. My four book series tells the stories of four of the hottest residents of Tuscany: Caleb, Luke, Harrison, and Joseph. Along with my four books, the winner gets to pick two boxes of Girl Scout cookies. What a deal! Be sure to leave a comment on the blog post for a chance to win this great series! Oh, and Cookies of course!