Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Sarah & a Family Affair

                                                    Two books in one paperback
Sarah and a Date for Mackenzie
Sarah and the Double Wedding Woes

$11.99 in  Paperback On Amazon
My latest two are now in paperback!  Two novellas in combo. Same characters. The two Sarah mayhems make one complete story.
Sarah and a Date for Mackenzie
Merciful heavens! Getting acquainted with adult teachers in a high school is one challenge, but hang with the kids too? Sarah, heaven’s little love angel who is known for bungles, has dealt with children and enjoyed them, but teenagers? My stars! They are a different ballgame. She doesn’t understand their jargon, clothes or hairdos. And mood swings? Forget it. She knew nothing about them—nada —zippo. She’d seen and heard them from above—even wondered at times why they existed on the same planet as adults. They were unique and interesting, but to mingle with them? Not a chance would she choose to do so—well, not until her latest assignment. Why would the Superiors send a bumbling angel like her to help a shy teenager find a date for a high school prom? Poopty doopty! A nightmare is about to happen.

Sarah and the Double Wedding Woes

  A double wedding? Was it possible?  In this sequel to Sarah and a Dad for Mackenzie, Sarah must work with Mackenzie's mom and grandmother. The two older ladies love each other and won't marry for fear the other will be left lonely. The Superiors want Jessica and Robert to marry, but they throw in a twist--while seeing to their wedding, Sarah, Heaven’s Little Love Angel, must also find a mate for Bonnie, Jessica’s mom. Her orders are to bring about the two weddings simultaneously. Can Sarah pull it off? Or will her clumsiness destroy two romances in one shot?

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Five Star Review from Betty Wright
For Sarah & A Family Affair
By Betty Wright on August 9, 2016
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase 
"Sarah and a Family Affair was a fun book to read. I found that I kept rooting for Sarah to find a way to save Mackenzie from Pace before he involved her in mischief . I was afraid she would do something she would regret. She seemed vulnerable to pressure facing teenagers. I knew Ethan had a crush on Mackenzie but just didn't have the social skills to express his feelings. The book kept me wondering how Sarah would work these problems out. The next part seemed to give Sarah even more difficulty joining two older women to a mate. Both women were willing to sacrifice their own happiness for the people they loved. The book presented real life situations and problems for teenagers and for mature adults. As always Gay's books solve problems by relying on Christ through prayer. I would recommend this book for anyone 13 or older. It taught good lessons for teens. I'm 76 years old and I learned family values and reminded me putting others first usually brings happiness."

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