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Author Pat Leo pays attention to the small details in her book The Whispering Oak. Sarah Harper, a fabric designer, explores her family history and searches for true love. Harper has to choose between big city hustle and bustle and country life on a tractor. The well-crafted secondary characters who Leo includes throughout the book offer fun comic relief as well. The book is a quick read with a straightforward plot and a happily-ever-after. If you are looking for a book to read on a warm spring day with a glass of sweet tea, this is it! –Amazon Review
When she inherits a farm with a history of lingering sorrow, can a young woman unstitch the mysteries of her family and discover her true self?
Sarah Harper has mapped out her future down to the last detail. But when she’s fired from her dream job and discovers an ugly side to her fiancé, the bride-to-be suddenly feels everything unraveling. So when her beloved grandmother dies and bequeaths her the estate, the shaken woman seizes the opportunity to postpone the wedding, travel South, and try to sort out her next steps.
Upon arrival, Sarah is plagued by frightening visions of an unfinished quilt and hears her name whispered in the leaves of a creaky old tree. And when she learns of an ancient ancestor haunting the property, she realizes what she was brought here to do. And not even the man she’s supposed to marry is going to stop her…
Can Sarah find her destiny in the batting of the past?
The Whispering Oak is a captivating standalone supernatural women’s fiction book. If you like heartwarming heroines, sweet romance, and historical fantasy, you’ll adore Pat Leo’s emotional journey.
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About the Author
Pat Leo is an artist and writer living in Arizona. During her nine-to-five years, she satisfied her artistic cravings by making art quilts, and after she retired, she sold her creations online. Combining form with function, she turned her ideas into toaster covers and home décor. But her days always begin with writing in her journal. One day as she was journaling, an idea for a novel came to mind. She joined a writers’ group and hasn’t stopped writing since.