Blue Clouds

Blue Clouds Pippa Cochran flees an abusive boyfriend only to end up in a small California town working for Seth Wyatt a man everyone calls the Grim Reaper and not just because he s a bestselling author of horror

  • Title: Blue Clouds
  • Author: Patricia Rice
  • ISBN: 9781611381856
  • Page: 372
  • Format: ebook
  • Pippa Cochran flees an abusive boyfriend only to end up in a small California town working for Seth Wyatt, a man everyone calls the Grim Reaper and not just because he s a bestselling author of horror novels His fame and fortune make him an imposing presence, but he s battling inner demons than even an indefatigable caretaker like Pippa can handle Still, she can t rPippa Cochran flees an abusive boyfriend only to end up in a small California town working for Seth Wyatt, a man everyone calls the Grim Reaper and not just because he s a bestselling author of horror novels His fame and fortune make him an imposing presence, but he s battling inner demons than even an indefatigable caretaker like Pippa can handle Still, she can t resist the emotional pull of his damaged son or the chance to hide in the fortress he calls home.Although Pippa s generous nature begins to alter Seth s world in ways neither of them could have imagined, something goes disastrously haywire Nearly lethal accidents oddly similar to the one that crippled Seth s son threaten to destroy the new love that Pippa and Seth have dared to discover Is it time for Pippa to move on before one of them is hurt beyond redemption

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      Patricia Rice

    About Author

    1. With several million books in print and New York Times and USA Today s bestseller lists under her belt, former CPA Patricia Rice writes emotionally charged contemporary and historical romances which have won numerous awards, including the RT Book Reviews Reviewers Choice and Career Achievement Awards.Her books have also been honored as Romance Writers of America RITA finalists in the historical, regency and contemporary categories.A firm believer in happily ever after for good reason, Patricia Rice is married to her high school sweetheart and has two children A native of Kentucky and New York, a past resident of North Carolina and Missouri, she currently resides in Southern California, and now does accounting only for herself She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Authors Guild, and Novelists, Inc.She also writes under the pen name Jamie Quaid

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    1. This book was sooo very good Seth is a reclusive millionaire who secretly writes best selling horror novels and lives with his paralyzed six year old son and a few maniacal servants they re the only one s willing to put up with him He s moody, grouchy, bossy and doesn t deal well with people, not surprisingly his community members are scared to death of him When his administrative assistant nanny takes a leave of absence he s at a loss.When Pippa loses her mother, her job at the Hospital and get [...]


    2. According to GoodReads here I ve already read this book since I rated it It came up recently as a freebie and I ve read her books before and she is one of those authors who write in a number of different genres, historical, western, and contemporary I ve enjoyed her books in every type This particular book is a contemporary.Pippa Cochran is a heroine I can really relate to She handles the tough times with humour She s been called a Pollyanna type, but that s not the way I see her I see her as d [...]


    3. I enjoyed as well as hated the writing of this book I loved the voice the author gave these characters the heroine was hilarious and outrageous and the hero was a grumpy and growling ninja teddy bear if that makes any sense Its the non character writing I didn t enjoy that brought the rating down for me The mystery and suspense wasn t exciting really and the resolution to it was a little bit anti climactic I think this author has strong abilities when it comes to humor and sympathy because that [...]


    4. I m not sure what to say about this book It was decidedly odd, kinda like a freakish three ring circus.There were aspects of the story that I enjoyed Seeing Seth and his son grow and lighten up under Pippa s guiding hand was endearing For the most part I liked the relationships between them Pippa was an interesting character She s so determined and upbeat, and quirky in a good way At times she was a bit too idealic And Seth had that typical brooding, mysterious appeal They made a good opposites [...]


    5. This is an older book by Patricia Rice, but is still relevant today Everything from the town and its economic problems, to the main characters and there issues, are things that were relevant when the book was first written and still relevant today It is a fast paced book, that sucks you in within the first chapter and keeps you glued to your seat until the end These characters are fully developed and the story never feels rushed I think this is actually one of my all time favorite contemporary s [...]


    6. i read a short story by this author recently in an anthology and decided to read a book or 2 of hers this is a surprisingly good story it was written before 9 11 so her using an airplane instead of a car was workable at that time note this title above indicates ebook, but i just read a paperback it was a satisfying read.


    7. One of my all time favorites, I ve read this book at least four times The heroine is my favorite type a fix it person with some bite, i e not all sweetness and light but nurturing and caring, just the same I love the results she gets And the hero isn t bad either, while the supporting characters make the book even worth reading and re reading and re reading.


    8. I have never read a Patricia Rice book that I didn t love This story about an abused woman who escapes the ex fiance,abusive cop to find refuge working for a millionaire writer in a mansion filled with eccentric people and one small crippled boy Lots of humor, some scary moments, sad and touching moments and romance Really good read.





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