When a saint is your matchmaker, it’d be a sin not to fall in love.
Elderly Peg McMaster has been praying for a wife for her handsome, womanizing son, Gerry. When Anne Lyons arrives to take care of Peg on St. Anne’s Day, the octogenarian believes that Anne is the answer to her prayers.
Against her better judgment, Anne finds herself falling in love with Gerry. Can she get beyond her past? Can she trust him with her heart?
Can a man like Gerry, who goes through lovers faster than a premenstrual woman goes through chocolates, ever commit?
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About the Author
Janice Lane Palko has been a professional writer for 20 years. The author of four novels, she recently released her newest romantic suspense, Most Highly Favored Daughter. During her career, she has written everything from greeting cards to web content and has taught several classes at the Allegheny County Community College from Building English skills to creative and memoir writing.
She is currently on the staff of the website Popular Pittsburgh and has been the executive editor of Northern Connection and Pittsburgh 55+ magazines, where she also contributed to the editorial content, writing her own column and numerous features. Palko has also been a columnist with the North Hills News Record and regularly contributes articles to St. Anthony Messenger magazine.
In addition, she has worked as a freelance writer for Krol Media, which was recently honored for being one of Pittsburgh’s fastest growing businesses. She has written press releases, articles, profiles and marketing literature for a variety of clients from physicians to film producers to non-profits and hotel chains.
Palko has had numerous articles published in publications such as The Reader’s Digest, Guideposts for Teens, Woman’s World, The Christian Science Monitor, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Her works have been featured in the books A Cup of Comfort for Inspiration, A Cup of Comfort for Expectant Mothers, and Chicken Soup for the Single’s Soul.
A graduate of Union Institute & University with a B.A. in Writing & Literature, Palko has won several awards for her writing including the prestigious Amy Foundation Award of Merit. Her writings have also garnered accolades at the The Kent State Writer's Conference, and she has been selected as Writer of the Month by Oatmeal Studio greeting cards.
Her first novel, a romantic dramedy called St. Anne's Day, is set in Pittsburgh can be best described as Cheers meets The Taming of the Shrew.
Her second novel, A Shepherd's Song, is a Christmas story that will fill your heart with Christmas cheer.
Her third novel, Cape Cursed, is a romantic suspense, set on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.