Re-Introducing Author G P Gadbois

portrait_g p gadboisBorn in Ottawa and raised in Cornwall, Ontario, G. P. Gadbois is Canadian. She is a wife, a mother of three, a grandmother, and works full time. She started writing a weekly column published in the French newspaper of her hometown during her last year of high school and loved it. Except for letters, cards, and notes in baby books, writing took a back seat for years and now that her children are grown, it’s become her favorite hobby. She also enjoys walking, gardening, curling, reading, and babysitting Arrow.

Her first novel Caught Between Worlds, A Moment in Time Novel One was first published by Roane Publishing in 2016. Then, Trust Me, the second novel in the series was published in May 2018. When the publisher closed their doors, G.P. Gadbois made minor edits to both novels and released them on KDP-Amazon in November and December 2018.

She is presently working on Destiny, novel three in the series A Moment in Time. Her New Year resolution for 2019 is to finish and publish book number three during said year.

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cover_1 caught between worlds

Caught Between Worlds, A Moment in Time, Novel One

When Gabrielle finds herself in a haunted town her chances of survival are questionable.

When Rick, the town deputy, promises to keep Gabrielle safe, he never suspected he’d need to deal with his own ghosts too.

Their week together is passionate, but like a ghost, will their romance vanish once the mystery is solved?

Trust Me, A Moment in Time, Novel Two 

Cover of Trust Me

The attraction Suzanne feels toward Bill is intense when their paths cross again.

Bill knows he’ll never settle for another, but trusting Suzanne has its risks.

Will the nasty graffiti, the threatening notes, the interference of Bill’s ex-girlfriend, and the tragic break-in impact Suzanne’s decision and send her back home for good?

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