Born in Preston, Lancashire, Patricia Fawcett now lives in Devon, close to her family. She divides her time between writing, being a lively grandmother and a volunteer at a National Trust property. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and the West Country Writer’s Association. Her previous novels include Rumours and Red Roses and Just Another Day, both published by Robert Hale.
A SMALL FORTUNE OFFICIAL BLURB
What would you do if you won the Lottery? Angela and Tom leave their roots and move to a designer home overlooking Morecambe Bay. Despite the money, Angela is discontented, Tom has changed into a businessman with grandiose plans, and their daughter Melanie is aimless.
A visit to Angela’s sister Moira brings to a head their disparate relationships – Tom’s business plans unravel bringing unexpected money worries, and Angela is faced with revealing that she has been sending money regularly to Cheryl who wrote a begging-letter after the win. Should she trust her, for is Cheryl all she seems?
Praise for the author:
‘A great read, its characters are very likeable and easily identifiable and there are many twists and turns from the main plotline to keep the reader intrigued’ – Redrosesforauthors.com