Monday, December 24, 2012

HEAVEN SENT is here!

I have had this blog over two years now and I have interviewed a lot of authors trying to bring to you the best books around. I want to give authors the chance to promote themselves and their writing.

Now, I am so excited to finally have my turn.  My novella, HEAVEN SENT is now available. Here's a sneak peek!



When forgiveness heals the soul, love heals the heart.

Flight nurse Tenlee Hawkins is used to making quick decisions, but one decision she made the Christmas day her mother died haunts her. Wrestling with the past, she spirals into depression—until the day she finds a man unconscious in her woods and saves his life.

When Sam awakens in the hospital with a concussion and no memory, Tenlee rescues him again. She takes him into her home and her life. But as Sam recovers and remembers who he is, he's torn. A guardian angel isn't supposed to fall in love.

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?


Red and blue lights pulsed a beat all on their own, and even though the road was slick, people ran to and fro in a frantic pace to save a woman’s life.

A car sat mangled on the side of the road. The roof, having been cut, rested on the ground beside it. A few feet beyond, a woman lay motionless. She wasn’t breathing as the EMT’s worked desperately to save her life. Sam closed his eyes and said a silent prayer. But it was no use. If he was here for an assignment then the lady on the ground was not going to live. He said another prayer, hoping that there would be no pain and she would slip easily into his world.

The woman with the red hair sat on the ground near the deceased woman and cried, rocking back and forth.

“That is her mother.”

Malachi’s deep voice broke into his thoughts and Sam turned to acknowledge him.

“No, keep watching,” Malachi said.

The scene on the screen changed. Months passed, for now the trees were green and glorious in their summer splendor. A manicured lawn hugged a log cabin, nestled in the woods. Flowers sprung from pots here and there along the ground and deck. The place looked cozy. Scenes continued to change as did the weather. Snow decorated the landscape once again.

Searching the scene for all of the details he could gather, Sam spotted her, just past the cabin, in the woods. She sat quietly on a swing hanging from a tree branch. The sadness etched in her features gripped Sam and tore at his emotions. He ached to go to her, to comfort her.
If you are interested in purchasing HEAVEN SENT, this is where you can find it!
Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you like the book!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!



  1. Ohhh! I look forward to reading this! ;o)


    1. Thank you Suzan for stopping by. I hope you like it!

  2. Yay for you, Sarah! I read HEAVEN SENT just before Christmas. It was a wonderful, heartwarming story. Two thumbs up from me!

    1. Thank you so much Jena for reading it and liking it. I appreciate you stopping by and letting me know.

      I am so excited!