Gentle suspense. Tortured heroes. Mischievous heroines.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Sharon McGregor says: "Love with some Heavenly help"

Sarah and the Widow's Mate

Widow Beth Marsh is not only beautiful, but wealthy enough to buy a third-world country. When she enters the dating arena to find companionship, two men profess an interest in her…but is it Beth they want, or are they out to get her money?
Watching from the Heavenlies, the Superiors dispatch Heaven’s Little Love Angel to Houston during the Christmas holidays. Sarah’s mission is to help the lady determine which of her suitors is the genuine article. Is black-haired Bryan Wingate the real deal? Or is good-looking Charles Chadwick the more earnest suitor?
When Beth invites human-disguised Sarah to attend a wedding, the delighted angel looks forward to an opportunity to wear a beautiful formal gown, and maybe—at long last—red stilettos! But Sarah’s mission becomes deadly serious when she discovers Beth’s life is in danger. If Sarah fails in her mission, Tomas, the Warrior Angel, will intercede. Determined to keep her human charge safe from gold diggers and save Tomas the trouble, the little love angel steps up her efforts.
But Sarah wouldn’t be Sarah without a few bungles along the way...

Sarah is so adorable you want to hug her, but watch out for those wings! Her mission from the Heavenlies is to help Beth find out which of her two suitors is really meant for her and which one is just after her considerable fortune. With a little support from her angel friends and a few embarrassing moments (This is Sarah-we expect embarrassing moments) she is able to unravel a plot and help Beth find her true love. This is a delightful story; I loved it!


  1. Gay does a wonderful job writing about Sara. She's an Angel we all need to read about.


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