Books by Pamela Morsi

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Heaven Sent

Pamela Morsi’s Heaven Sent begins when Hannah Bunch, a preacher’s eldest daughter, decides she’s ready for a home and family of her own. Problem is, she’s been the responsible mainstay of her family for so long that they don’t seem to think she needs anything more. She’s a respectable sp ...

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The Runabout

Pamela Morsi’s Wild Oats was a delightful read that put a fun twist on the trope of a woman being delivered an indecent proposal, so I was eager to try the second book in the author’s Territory Trysts series. Unfortunately, The Runabout didn’t measure up to my expectations. Plain, outspoke ...

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The Love Charm

Big Misunderstanding plots don’t work for me. Beautiful but scatterbrained heroines really don’t work for me. So it was a surprise and delight when Pamela Morsi’s The Love Charm proved the exception and made both these elements work very well. In an Acadian community living by the Vermilion ...

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Mr. Right Goes Wrong

This book should have been titled Ms. Good Writer Goes Wrong. While the author has penned many of my favorites (seven of her titles are DIK’s for me) this hot mess almost seemed like it had been written by someone else using her name. After thoroughly screwing up her life Mazy Gu ...

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Love Overdue

The title to this book is a cute play on words that refers both to the fact that our heroine is a librarian and to a certain facet of the characters’ romantic relationship. That sense of cute, easy fun conveys pretty much what this novel is – a quick, breezy relaxed end of summer treasure. Do ...

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The Lovesick Cure

Can an unpretentious story with simple characters set against the backdrop of the Arkansas Ozark Mountains be a Desert Island Keeper? It can when it is written by Pamela Morsi and includes her trademark humor and gift of storytelling.         With a fixed fake smile on her face and ...

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The Bikini Car Wash

Andi Wokowicz is a desperate woman. She gave up a successful career to move back to Plainview, TX in order to help her dad with her developmentally disabled sister. She needs a job - preferably a good one - if she ever wants to rent her own place and be an asset rather than burden to her father. Th ...

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Red’s Hot Honky-Tonk Bar

I love stories that turn gender roles and social expectations on their head, so a book about a forty-something, tattooed, bar-owning grandma with a younger boy-toy sounded like a lot of fun and right up my alley. It was fun and I thoroughly enjoyed it, but what I didn’t expect was a story that was ...

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Last Dance at the Jitterbug Lounge

Once I started reading Pam Morsi's Last Dance at the Jitterbug Lounge, I could hardly put it down, even when reaching for a Kleenex; it was such an emotional story and touched me on a personal level. I stayed up to 1:00 in the morning to finish the story and it was the first thing I thought of when ...

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Bitsy's Bait & BBQ

It takes a certain kind of writer to develop a cast of wacky characters without making them into caricatures. Pamela Morsi is able to do just that with the folks of Warbler’s Lake, Missouri. From the leads to the supporting cast, it is the characters and Ms. Morsi’s smooth writing that give Bits ...