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Brighton Publishing announces author P.J. Rhea completes multi-city signing tour
Author of “Old Harbor: Sisters of Circumstance,” P.J. Rhea, meets with thrilled fans during her successful multi-city book-signing tour
Old Harbor residents boast of the natural scenic beauty surrounding them: mighty mountains, crystal clear waters, and…the gorgeous Northern Lights. But within the confines of this small coastal fishing village, the hearts of the men have become dreadfully lonely and desperate for female companionship.
Soon, a local minister discovers that nature’s beauty is no match for the lovely features and uplifting qualities of the female species. With the morale of the local community hanging in the balance, the minister goes out on a limb and places a classified ad that will soon alter the direction of many.
In New York, Allie Davis is troubled by a fear of being alone—a paralyzing anxiety that dictates a number of her decisions. Now, following her mother’s death, Allie’s world plummets to a population of one, and the beck and call of Old Harbor is a welcome alternative.
Along with four other women, Allie answers the minister’s cry, and soon they are catapulted into a series of life-changing events. In addition to finding love and companionship in Old Harbor, these women discover something else to live for…one another.
“…when you pick up this book and start reading, you can’t put it down. It feels like you know this town and these people. You follow the incredible journey of these women and you don’t want it to end. I can hardly wait till the next book by P.J.Rhea.”
Author P.J. Rhea is a southern preacher’s wife. Married for thirty-eight years, she and her husband Mike live in her Tennessee childhood home. There, surrounded by the memories and dreams of her youth, P.J. Rhea listened to her heart; and from those enchanting melodies sprang forth the ideas which would become Old Harbor: Sisters of Circumstance.
Brighton Publishing wishes to extend a thank you to the following merchants for hosting the events: The Town Crier, Centerville, TN, The Magnolia Tree, Lyles, TN and Reading Rock Books (http://www.thereadingrock.com/