Patti Morrison was determined to hate Josh McIntyre. -- Not matter how nice he was to her. After all, he was a dreaded 'Flatlander', someone t born and raised in the mountains of Pennsylvania. Worse, he was a Flatlander from the city and a business man at that. And probably worst of all, he was buying her family farm. Josh had rights to move right in and take over. He had right; to even consider the changes to the land she loved. He had right to be so handsome. But, Patti was immune to his sort she was certain of that. He'd bring thing but trouble - which is exactly what bringing more of his kind would be. Trouble - with a capitol T. As for Josh, he knew as far as Patti was concerned he'd been tried and found guilty even before he arrived at the Morrison home. The only thing left was his sentence. And it was turning out to be a long tortuous one.
Pam Garlick has been writing for most of her life, and published in various media over the past 20+ years. She has written for an assortment of trade publications, as well as several newspapers in Southeastern PA. She has had over 200 short stories published by Dorchester Media, formerly Macfadden Women's Group. She is also a past editor of the Relationship site at Bella Online, one of the largest web sites in the world for women. Currently she has five novels published and available at bookstores and online. Signed copies can be purchased at her web site: www.pamsplace.us.