The first three The McKenna Legacy full length novels reissued as a set -- THE MCKENNA LEGACY TRILOGY -- at a special holiday price:
SEE ME IN YOUR DREAMS
Keelin McKenna inherited her grandmother’s ability to dream through other’s eyes. Somewhere, a teenage girl needs her help. Tyler Leighton is desperate to find his daughter, but he thinks Keelin is trying to run a scam on him until she dreams of something known only to him and his child. They work together to find the girl...and each other.
TELL ME NO LIES
Skelly McKenna, host of The Whole Truth, tells one about Rosalind Van Strattan's grandmother that not only angers her but worries her that her company Temptress will suffer. Digging into the past puts them both in danger even though Skelly doesn't believe in his grandmother's legacy. Roz holds the key to the story of a lifetime...one that could make his career...and ruin her family.
TOUCH ME IN THE DARK
Kate Farrell communicates with the wild horses on the mustang refuge, not in words, but in feelings. Except for the day they trample her oldest friend and mentor. Someone started the deadly stampede, and Kate suspects Chase Brody, founder of the refuge. They once shared a passion for horses...and for each other
Feeling that justice is all too rare in real life, Patricia Rosemoor drives her characters to seek an equitable resolution, no matter the personal sacrifice. Her fascination with "dangerous love" -- combining romance with danger -- has led her to write various forms of romantic suspense and paranormal romantic thrillers, bringing a different mix of thrills and chills and romance to each book. She believes strongly in breaking down barriers to write crossover fiction that appeals to a large and varied audience.
Patricia has won a Golden Heart from Romance Writers of America and two Reviewers Choice and two Career Achievement Awards from RT BOOKreviews, and in her other life, she teaches Popular Fiction and Suspense-Thriller Writing, credit courses in the Fiction Writing Department of Columbia College Chicago. Five of her former students are now published in novel-length fiction.