The Christmas Gate 2

By T. A. Cline

General fiction | Paperback, eBook


Patty had slowly opened up to Bob. She thinks she might be falling in love with him. Even so, he has gone back to New York, and she has not heard from him in two weeks. It is another loss for her. First, her mother died when she was young, and then her husband, Matt, was killed in Afghanistan. She has lost all that were close to her. All but her dad and he is her rock. He is the one that gives her strength. In, The Christmas Gate 2, Patty’s life becomes like a roller coaster, with the ups and the downs. She loses, and then wins, only to lose again. Then Patty is rocked with an emotional bombshell. She tries to gather herself together, then only another heartbreak again. She resigns herself to wait at the old farm house until Bob returns to her. She unleashes what Bob had uncovered during his earlier stay, and she too is taken on a journey that will bring to the surface the things she has buried deep inside her, things that she has forgotten, things she refuses to confront, and things that could eventually set her free. Patty and Bob’s story continues in, The Christmas Gate 2.


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Patty had slowly opened up to Bob. She thinks she might be falling in love with him. Even so, he has gone back to New York, and she has not heard from him in two weeks. It is another loss for her. First, her mother died when she was young, and then her husband, Matt, was killed in Afghanistan. She has lost all that were close to her. All but her dad and he is her rock. He is the one that gives her strength. In, The Christmas Gate 2, Patty’s life becomes like a roller coaster, with the ups and the downs. She loses, and then wins, only to lose again. Then Patty is rocked with an emotional bombshell. She tries to gather herself together, then only another heartbreak again. She resigns herself to wait at the old farm house until Bob returns to her. She unleashes what Bob had uncovered during h...


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I am what you call a late bloomer, an old farmer turned author. If I had to describe myself it would be, "A Christian Farmer Storyteller", if I could leave a legacy that would be good enough for me. I was sixty-three when I started to write my first novel, "Archomai, The Prince, The Scepter, And The Shield." I have always wanted to write, and now I am seeing that dream come true. My third book was released this past fall, November 25th; it is a Christmas story, "The First Snowflake." My first book published was a collection of poetry, the title, "The Old Corner Post." It is a thirty-year collection of poems and ballads. My Christmas story for 2016 will be coming out December 6th. It is called, The Christmas Gate. I have spent most of my life on the farm, and I do love working the land. There is a spirit of freedom on the farm that surpasses anything I have ever experienced. I have had many jobs, from truck driving to managing a plastic plant and most everything in between, but I always seem to drift back to the farm. I am truly blessed by God. With my wife, our four children and six grandchildren, we live the country life. Our family is within twenty miles of each other, so we get together often. Family has always been important to me and gathering together especially on holidays is a high point of my life.


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I am what you call a late bloomer, an old farmer turned author. If I had to describe myself it would be, "A Christian Farmer Storyteller", if I could leave a legacy that would be good enough for me. I was sixty-three when I started to write my first novel, "Archomai, The Prince, The Scepter, And The Shield." I have always wanted to write, and now I am seeing that dream come true. My third book was...


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