Pamela Gossiaux is a humorist, inspirational speaker, writing instructor, and the author of the books Why Is There a Lemon in My Fruit Salad? How to Stay Sweet When Life Turns Sour, A Kid at Heart, and Six Steps to Successful Publication, the romantic comedy novel Good Enough, and the newly released Mrs. Chartwell and the Cat Burglar, which is garnering five-star reviews. Here's a bit about the book:
The course of true love never did run smooth…
Abigail Chartwell, university librarian of ancient maps and documents, gave up on love the icy winter night that she lost her husband. For the past six years, Abigail has been hiding behind thick glasses and the wedding ring he gave her. She had her one true love, and lost him. She isn't about to experience that hurt again.
But then sizzling hot Tony the Cat Burglar drops into her life on a rope from the library skylight one night, when he comes to steal one of her maps—a map he claims can lead him to the "lost painting" of famous Italian artist Antonio Russo. Quoting Shakespeare, clad in black spandex, and armed with his charming smile, Tony and his story are hard to resist. Intrigued, Abigail gets caught up