No Easy Catch

No Easy Catch

by Pat Simmons

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ISBN-13: 9781629110097
Publisher: Whitaker House
Publication date: 03/11/2014
Series: Carmen Sisters V1
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author


Pat Simmons is a self-proclaimed genealogy sleuth. She is passionate about researching her ancestors, whom she then casts in starring roles in her novels. She hopes her off-beat method will track down distant relatives who happen to pick up her books. She has been a genealogy enthusiast since the death of her great-grandmother, at ninety-seven years young, in 1988.
Pat holds a B.S. in mass communications from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. She has worked in various media positions in radio, television, and print for more than twenty years. Currently, she oversees the media publicity for the annual RT Booklovers Conventions.
She is the author of nine single titles and several eBook novellas. Her award-winning books include Talk to Me, ranked #14 of Top Books in 2008 That Changed Lives by Black Pearls Magazine. She is a two-time recipient of the Romance Slam Jam Emma Rodgers Award for Best Inspirational Romance for Still Guilty (2010) and Crowning Glory (2011). Her best-selling novels include Guilty of Love and the Jamieson Legacy series: Guilty by Association, The Guilt Trip, and Free from Guilt.The Acquittal (a Guilty Parties novel) was her 2013 release.
Pat has converted her sofa-strapped, sports-fanatical husband into an amateur travel agent, untrained bodyguard, and GPS-guided chauffeur. They have a son and a daughter.
Pat’s interviews include numerous appearances on radio, television, blogtalk radio, blogs, and feature articles. Readers may learn more at www.patsimmons.net.
 

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No Easy Catch 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
romancenovelsincolor1 More than 1 year ago
Well timed and very appropriate scriptures WOW!!! This was my first read by Pat Simmons and let me tell you it will not be my last. I loved the way that the storyline flowed so smoothly. Her scriptures were well timed and very appropriate, without being preachy or over the top. I loved how Shae and Rahn seemed like normal, everyday people that lived normal everyday lives. They were not so overly wealthy, or so over the top sexy that they were unbelievable. Newscaster Shae Carmen was not looking for love. Her last relationship caused her huge public humiliation and embarrassment. She packs her things and moves to St. Louis, Missouri, in an effort to start fresh from her shame. Super popular baseball player Rahn Maxwell experienced a life-changing trauma that has caused him to re-evaluate the meaning of his life. All the while Shae becomes the darling of a local news station becoming quite well known for the Sunday hats she wears at the close of her news segment. Their paths cross when he comes to the news station to conduct an interview after his trauma. He is immediately smitten with her. Shae on the other hand is not interested. Rahn decides to pursue her and she leads him right to church. They embark on a relationship built on honesty, trust and fidelity. That is until something from Rahn’s past threatens to blow everything out of the water. Can Rahn prove to Shae that not “all Christian men are dogs?” You will have to pick it up to find out. Excellent read! I highly recommend this book. -Reviewed by Cassandra
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an excellent book where the author makes one wonder...what does true faith really mean? I loved the story of how the characters fall in love, the fact that the man is actually chasing the woman, and that there are some difficult decisions they both have to make in order to prove that God comes first in their lives.  I've read just about every book that Pat Simmons has written and I believe this has become one of my favorites!