About Author
Pam Mantovani
Pam Mantovani
BIOGRAPHY

An author of passionate, emotional romances with heart, Pam loves crafting stories about independent women and men who discover the thrill and joy of falling in love. After years of moving as both an Army Brat and corporate wife, Pam and her craftsman husband settled in Atlanta, close to family and friends. When not writing, Pam enjoys quilting, planting beautiful flowers, home improvement projects and spending time with her wonderful family.

Pam Mantovani Books

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The Christmas Baby Bargainby Pam MantovaniPublish: Nov 15, 2019Contemporary Romance
Cowboy On Her Doorstep
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Cowboy On Her Doorstepby Pam MantovaniPublish: Jul 23, 2014Contemporary Romance
Cowboy on Her Porch
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Cowboy on Her Porchby Pam MantovaniPublish: Jul 20, 2018Contemporary Romance
The Rancher's Replacement Wife
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The Rancher's Replacement Wifeby Pam MantovaniPublish: Jun 04, 2019Contemporary Romance

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      • Pam Mantovani Pam Mantovani 5 months ago
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      • The title I angst over all the time. I always strive to find a title that somehow gives the reader a clear idea of the topic and tone of the book. The cover should not only be attractive and eye-catching but it should be professional.
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      • Pam Mantovani Pam Mantovani 5 months ago
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      • I've heard authors say they never read them but I always do. Of course the good ones thrill me and they give me the incentive to continue. The bad ones? Sometimes they nag at me, but I also recognize that not every book will appeal to every author.
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      • Pam Mantovani Pam Mantovani 5 months ago
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      • Be brave. Write everyday, even if it's only a sentence or two. Writing is a muscle that requires, indeed it thrives, on discipline and routine
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      • Pam Mantovani Pam Mantovani 5 months ago
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      • I was always a reader. Whenever I'd finish a good book, I would close the cover, sigh, and wish I could write. It just never occurred to me to try. Until, after college, marriage and becoming a mother, one day I found myself literally putting pencil to paper.
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