Thursday, November 2, 2017

Astros Brought Title to Houston!

Can you believe the 2017 World Series?

Sorry Dodger fans. Your guys were amazing, but you've won the title before. Houston hasn't. 

Until now!!!

Hubby and I wish we could have won it back in the day when Houston was in the National League. But hey, we'll take it now that the Astro's are in the American League.

In one of my books, I have the heroine and hero attending a game at Minute Maid. The KissCam features them and they share their first kiss. The guy, William, wants the KissCam to return so he has an excuse to kiss Bonnie, the lady, again. Isn't that just like a man? They'll manufacture all sorts of ploys to get their arms around a beautiful woman.

I love going to Minute Maid. It's fun and exciting. We've enjoyed many games there. Several of the team players have found their way into my books. My editor wondered if the women readers would like to read about baseball stars.  I said, "You kidding? Most of us do. If we don't follow the game, we can admire and imagine the athletic bodies." She laughed and included the guys.

A double wedding? Was it possible? 

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?

Here's a review.


Reviewed by Tshombye K. Ware for Readers' Favorite

Sarah and the Double Wedding Woes by Gay N. Lewis is about an angel's task to bring romance to a selected group of people. Sarah, the angel, is faced with a heavenly assignment. After completing missions of relationships in the past, her new task is finding a match for Jessica's mom. The charge seems difficult, counting the fact that Sarah is still working the ins and outs of Jessica and Robert's romance, which will falter if Bonne, Jessica's mother, doesn't find a companion. After talking with her close friend, Gabriella, Sarah musters up the courage to tackle her heavenly task.

Where to begin. Overall, this is a wonderful story of romance. I loved it. The characters are so believable. The portrayal of Sarah, the angel, was wonderfully done and her personality was captivating. Her eagerness to help in any way she can forced me to continue reading, just to see what she will do next. I started reading and couldn't stop until I finished it. This is one of those books where you become lost in the creative story. It is written in such a way that one may think they're watching a movie or reading a screenplay.

Some Christian fiction books are drowned in doctrine and can make a reader cringe with the "continuous preaching." This book is nowhere near that category. The angel characters add hope, knowing that our lives are being governed and watched from "The Heavenlies." From the beginning to the end, Sarah put a smile on my face. The ending will not only satisfy you, but also will compel you to grab the author's next book. I would recommend this book to everyone who loves inspirational stories of clean romance. You'll even be delighted to see an elderly woman run like a cheetah. Sarah is a character that will stay with you long after you finish this book.

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