Always a romatic, Patti Berg spent her childhood dreaming about being whisked away by a knight in shining armor, a devil-may-care swashbuckler, a sheik on a shiny black stallion, or a broad-shouldered cowboy with a Stetson tilted low on his brow. Now she spends her days making up stories in which her heroes do whatever she wants them to. It's almost as good as a dream coming true, she confesses.
Currently working on her next book for Avon Books, Patti hopes she'll have a long career sharing her dreams and fantasies with others.
Stuck on you is a cute romantic suspense book written by author Patti Berg. I do enjoy all of Her books.Published 5 months ago by Bernie
I have enjoyed all three Patti Berg books I have read. I love her characters and when I finish a book I want it to be continued. I want to see where the characters go for there.Published 18 months ago by Judith M. Houser
This was a good book. Read it some time ago and I remember that it was good. glad I got it.Published on May 26, 2013 by JOY
Enjoyed reading, not boring, had just the amount of suspense to keep you just what could and would occur next.Published on March 27, 2013 by Don L
PLEASE DON'T READ UNTIL AFTER YOU READ THE BOOK- SPOILERS
Unsuprising. Cheesy. Irritating. Juvenile. All of these words describe what I just finished reading. Read more
"Stuck on You" contains one wild, leather-clad redhead,one ex-cop turned fishing instructor, four old ladies posing as "sleuths" and a whole lotta fun!!!! Read morePublished on January 4, 2004
Stuck on You, by Patti Berg, was a story that I had a lot of fun with. I think most readers will like it too. Nice Job!Published on September 20, 2003 by Linda Hunter
this mystery/comical collection by Patti Berg, which was also my first read by the author.
Scarlett, a captivating woman with a head full of crazy red hair lives in the small... Read more
The cover of this book portrays Scarlett to a T! She thinks it is her patriotic duty to dress like every day is the Forth of July because her red hair! Read morePublished on June 4, 2003 by Amazon Customer