Book Tours: Book Spotlight Small, Dark and Handsome


About The Book

Small-Dark-and-Handsome-186x300Ethan Anderson desperately wants to find his soulmate and he’s convinced that his height of 5’6” is limiting his options. Not wanting to end up like his friends with shallow lives filled with clubs and one-night stands, Ethan turns to a popular dating website where he connects with Anna Collins, a born-again Christian who just may be the woman he’s been looking for. But, when she’s ready for a committed relationship, will Ethan be able to ignore his friends, abide by Anna’s celibate lifestyle, and look beyond her five-inch height advantage to see a future with her before she gives up and moves on?

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Author Bio

Kevin D. Patterson is an experienced marketing writer and has developed communications for many of today’s leading brands, including HP, American Express, Oracle, and Deloitte. After much encouragement from friends and family, he decided to pursue his passion for creative writing, and the end result was his debut fiction novel, Small, Dark, and Handsome. Kevin was born and raised in San Francisco, CA, and has also lived in Michigan, New York, and overseas in India. He currently lives in Plano, Texas with his wife and son. A graduate of the University of Michigan’s MBA program, Kevin is an avid sports fan and tennis player. You can keep up with Kevin and his upcoming projects at






Tour Schedule

February 2

Book featured at 3 Partners in Shopping

February 3

Guest blogging at What Is That Book About

February 4

Book featured at Rainy Day Reviews

February 5

Guest blogging at The Dark Phantom

February 6

Book featured at I Heart Reading

February 9

Book reviewed at The Phantom Paragrapher

February 11

Interviewed at Review From Here

February 17

Interviewed at Literal Exposure

February 20

Guest blogging at Bent Over Bookwords

February 24

Interviewed at The Writer’s Life

February 25

Book featured at Romantic Reads and Such

February 26

Interviewed at I’m Shelf-ish

February 27

Book reviewed at Harlie’s Books

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