This Pat Dale Special Edition contains three of Pat's novels.
Read alsoZach's Amazing Dream Machine
Zach Mason, a precocious seventh grader who idolizes his grandfather Gentry, writes short stories for his English teacher but gets into trouble by insisting they’re true.Enrolled in preliminary college classes, Zach puts his brain to work to convince his teacher and classmates he’s telling the truth. The result is Zach’s dream machine. After…
The Quest Begins
What’s a poor little rich guy to do? Rob Ferguson has lots of money, a mansion to die for, autos, clothes; everything except the one item his estranged wife robbed him of, feminine companionship. What’s the fun of being one of Colorado’s wealthiest men if you have nobody to share it with?
Rob sets out to solve that issue and lands square in a host of other problems, but in the process discovers the lady of his dreams. Actually two of them, Molly Dennison and Randi Roscoe, as different as night and day, and his quest goes on.
Must Love Large Dogs
Andrea Sharpe has a dilemma. A petite lady, she's left with a behemoth of a dog after her husband dies in a freak accident. Her solution to the dog problem is to marry one man after another in hopes of finding one who can deal with the monster dog.
Teddy, the dog, has his own solution to the problem but nobody's listening. That is, until he takes the reins in his own paws. Then, watch out. . .
The Last Cowboy In Texas
Words mean things. And Paige Turner (yes, that’s her real name), should know that better than anyone. Associate editor of the Flanders Herald, she’s buried herself in word-smithing for the better part of a decade as she labors at her father’s newspaper. But when she unleashes some well-deserved but incendiary words for her former boyfriend, she unwittingly sets into motion a chain of events that will change her life forever.
Troy Roberts has assumed control of his dad’s real estate business in this sleepy little suburb of Branson. With youthful exuberance, he tackles the formidable but rewarding task of turning some of Stone County’s pristine hills into sites for mansions worthy of the musical elite who inhabit the southern Missouri showbiz Mecca. One small problem; some woman scientist claims to have discovered endangered species on his property. Between Agatha Kingfisher’s environmental zeal and Paige’s fiery tongue, Troy may have bitten off more than he can chew.
Oh, yes, those infamous words: “Troy Roberts, I wouldn’t go to bed with you if you were the last cowboy in Texas!” Well, we’ll see about that…