A tea-leaf reading.
A prediction of a fabulous life to come.
Can your future really be told in a cup?
Anna is feeling down in the dumps. She's nearly thirty, painfully shy and has no boyfriend. She's still living at home and has a boring job. Can this really be all there is?
A chance bout of tears leads to a tea leaf reading which predicts a wonderful future for her.
A future which promises a new career, a new home and a husband. All by the following Christmas.
Join Anna as opportunities arise, calamity strikes and the battle for happiness begins.
Praise for All in the Leaves:
'Brace yourself for some sharp twists and turns as more than one man weaves in and out of Anna's life. Watch for some delightful moments as Anna's parents stand by her through trying times, happy times and emotional growth. Don't be surprised if, as you cheer Anna on, you find yourself looking around the corner for your own opportunities. Anna reminds us that they might be there just waiting!' - Y. Burkhardt.
'It is wonderful; it's a story of love, of passion, of adversity, of heart ache, of joy, of friendship. There is a dog in the mix too along with a kitten friend.' - L. McLagan.
'Pat has brought the characters to life so much that you will laugh out loud, scream at certain characters and in the case of one character want to hit them with the nearest heavy object (but that might be just me).' - D. Mandel.