Sarah Hoss of Delphi has written two romance books that are scheduled for release in the next few months.
“Heaven Sent” is a contemporary romance novella and will be out Dec. 19. It is being published by The Wild Rose Press. “Dreams of the Highlander” is a historical paranormal romance. Hoss said an exact release date has not been set, but she expects it to come out toward the end of the winter season. The publisher is Soul Mate Publishing.
“Heaven Sent” is about flight nurse Tenlee Hawkins, who finds a man unconscious in her woods and saves his life. He awakens in the hospital with a concussion and no memory. Tenlee takes Sam into her home and her life. But as he recovers and remembers who he is, he’s torn. As the promise of true love grows, Tenlee realizes that Sam has helped her much more than she ever helped him. But Sam is filled with guilt knowing he must soon leave. Will it take a Christmas miracle to find the life with Tenlee he’s always wanted?
“Dreams of the Highlander” is a historical paranormal time travel story. “They say time heals all wounds. They never said it would take three hundred years.” After suffering with the loss of his wife and child, fierce Highland warrior, Alexander Macpherson vows to never love again - but now his recurring dream of a beautiful woman is haunting him every night. Marlana Crawford has sworn off men after the love of her life cheated on her, but when she reveals her dreams of a sexy Scot to her friends, they encourage her to take a trip abroad in hopes of finding out the meaning of her dreams. One careless wish lands Marlana in 18th century Scotland and into the arms of Alexander. To conquer his pain, he must learn to love again or will he allow his bitter enemy to lay claim to her for himself?
Hoss is the daughter of Wayne and Reva Disinger of Delphi. She grew up believing she could try anything and if she set her mind to it, she would succeed. Sixteen years of dance lessons, cheerleading, and school plays proved to her that her parents’ words rang true. Writing was no exception.
Reading the “Outlander” series made her fall in love with time travels and the historical places books could take her. Always a child with a vivid imagination, she realized as an adult that she could put her imagination to good use, and began writing.
Hoss married her very own hero, Andy. “We have three beautiful children and one hyper dog,” she said.
" I have been writing now for about five years and have enjoyed the journey very much.” Hoss said.
When she isn’t writing, she enjoys reading, gardening, camping, and watching her kids play sports.
She has a blog called “Heart of Romance” where she posts things about her writing and does author interviews. The address is www.heart-of-romance.blogspot.com. She can also be followed on Facebook and www.twitter.com/@SarahHoss1