From the author of Football Widows and Daddy’s maybe, a woman must face the consequences when she tells an unforgivable lie on national television.
After a very embarrassing appearance on the wildly popular syndicated show DNA Revealed, Dani Dawson is reevaluating her life. When she decided to identify Keeling as her daughter’s father, she didn’t think things would go as far as they did. Now she’s faced with mounting problems—and devastating consequences.
Keeling Lake’s life was flipped upside down for years after he was targeted by Dani in her carefully plotted paternity fraud. But now he’s out of jail, and he’s out to exact some revenge of his own. With his meddling mom at his side, Keeling may be headed for more problems than he bargained for.
As the schemes pile up and tensions rise, Dani and Keeling have a lot to learn about forgiveness and truth…before it’s too late.
Get To Know Pat Tucker
Pat Tucker’s novel Football Widows has been optioned as a full-length feature film. By day, Pat works as a radio news director in Houston, TX. By night, she is a talented writer with a knack for telling page-turning stories. A former television news reporter, she draws on her background to craft stories readers will love. With more than fifteen years of media experience, the award-winning broadcast journalist has worked as a reporter for ABC, NBC and Fox affiliate TV stations and radio stations in California and Texas. A Prolific writer, and much sought-after ghostwriter, Pat gets her greatest joy in creating her own stories. She is the author of 13 novels and has participated in three anthologies, including New York Times Bestselling Author Zane’s Caramel Flava. A graduate of San Jose State University, Pat is an active member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Pat loves to meet with book clubs, either in-person, by Skype or by conference call. You may visit Pat at http://www.authorpattucker.com on Facebook, or on twitter @authorpattucker
Often, you write about timely subject matters. Do you thick art imitates life? It’s only natural that art imitates life. As humans we are often touched by what happens to others. In many cases I write about subject matters that I feel passionate about. Sometimes the most unbelievable stories are inspired by real life and those are the ones I enjoy allowing my imagination to run wild with.