Friday, March 8, 2013

Meet Sara Barnard ~ Historical Romance Author!

Hello ~ today I'm featuring Sara Barnard, Historical Romance Author (and children's book author, too).  You can check out all her work at

Today the spotlight is on A HEART BROKEN, it is the 2nd book in her Everlasting Heart Series.
Book Two in the series

Here's a snippet:
How much grief can a heart bear before being tested to the ultimate limit? The Civil War is over, Charlotte and Sanderson are reunited, and life is good … until the Army comes knocking. They have charged Sanderson with the murder of his former captor, the despicable Lieutenant Lantz who swore to kill him and Jackson. After a make-believe trial, Sanderson is sentenced to “hang by the neck until dead” – unless he can track down and kill the notorious outlaw William Quantrill with the help of SGT Jerry Thomas, who still may be in love with Charlotte. While Sanderson is on his blood mission, Charlotte miscarries the baby he wasn’t even aware existed. In addition to battling her grief over the loss of their unborn baby, Charlotte must also battle a rash of hydrophobia that threatens the countryside –Sanderson included.

The first book in the series is A HEART ON HOLD.  And the third book is A HEART AT HOME. It is coming out in June, 2013.  See pics below...and happy reading!

Sara is a military wife, a mom of four, and she works full time in a medial clinic.  She writes historical romance, children's fiction and nonfiction.  She is also mom to 3 rescue dogs, 3 rescue cats, and a flock of chickens that are guarded by one over-zealous rooster!

Below are books One, A HEART ON HOLD, and Book Three, A HEART AT HOME (coming in June).

Start at the beginning and travel with Charlotte and Sanderson from the beginning of the Civil War all the way through to their cross-country move in A Heart at Home.

Happy reading!

Just for grins, here are Sara's children's titles.  Chunky Sugars, a toddler book, and The ABCs of Oklahoma Plants, for older children.  Just click the picture to see the book.

Afterthought: Yes, she is my daughter, but I have no idea where she gets her energy!

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