Baylor graduate, taught community college humanities until God called her to span seas and secrets in her novels, An Irishwoman's Tale and What the Bayou Saw. She has two grown children and a dog named Laura. She and her husband can be seen jog-walking the streets of Normal, Illinois, an amazing place to live for a woman born in a car. For more information, visit Patti's website at www.pattilacy.com, her blog at www.pattilacy.com/blog, and her Facebook daily Artbites.
You can buy the book at Amazon
Check out other reviews here
Patti Lacy is a "new to me" author, and I can't wait to locate other books written by her. She took many elements that society prefers not to talk about, and turned it into a memorable, transparent and tender look into broken lives - people who were desperate for love and acceptance, and also desperate that their secrets remain hidden.
A prominent pastor's wife has never been honest about her past, even to her husband. Then her past confronts her - head on, and she has to make a choice. She can try to bury the truth and pretend that everything is perfect, or she can finally be honest with herself and with others. She risks everything to finally be free of the shame that has plagued her for most of her life.
A strong musical theme seemed to thread everything together, and the plot was filled with unexpected twists and turns. Overall, this book is totally awesome, absolutely enjoyable, entirely captivating, and one of my all-time favourites!
(Can you tell that I ... love, love, loved ... this book?)
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of The Rhythm of Secrets through Litfuse Publicity Group, in exchange for my honest review.
Click here for more info on this great giveaway!