Phaleeta Turnbow has a problem. A fictional man has taken over her heart and her life. One disastrous date after another has convinced Phaleeta she’s better off with her book boyfriend, Frisco Balantine, truly the man of her dreams. But now, the creator of her imaginary lover has done the unthinkable. How will Phaleeta live without Frisco? The quest to find happiness after Frisco takes her on a journey she never imagined, but one that will change her life forever.
Phaleeta begins to plan for life without Frisco. To do that, she must meet his creator, Rod Penner. She sees this as the only way to get over her fictional obsession. Turning her back on her flourishing career, she moves to the small town of Lavender Field. Her plan is sound and straightforward until the local citizenry become involved. It will take the efforts and interest of a few quirky residents of Lavender Field to guide Phaleeta in her journey toward a new beginning.
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About the Author
Cathy Crowne is a wife and mother who believes in happily ever after. After retiring to her small town life from a busy career in healthcare, Cathy began to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a romance novelist. Being a devoted researcher, she spends many critical hours reading the very genre in which she now writes. When not writing or “researching,” Cathy can often be found at her local gym begrudgingly watching the step count grow on her pedometer. Attending local community and sporting events also appear frequently on her calendar of events. Cathy loves feedback from her readers and can be contacted at email@example.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was adorable. I loved the way Cathy Crowne presented her characters. Phaleeta represents so many of us who find ourselves falling for literary men. I, myself, have recently found myself falling back in love with fictional men from my library. I enjoyed the journey Phaleeta took when she found herself stalking the author of her literary man. The ladies of Lavender Field were warm-hearted busy bodies. I loved them. Cathy Crowne's characters were enjoyable to get to know and I really hope to see her revisit them. She has a great way of getting you attached to characters. So, for those of you who have a habit of falling in love with fictional men, this gem is for you!