I’m happy to welcome Sarah Hoss to the Power of 10 series. Today, Sarah is sharing some of her favorite and not-so-favorite things and chatting about her new release.
2. Scented candles
3. Fresh cut grass
4. Lightning bugs
2. Roller coasters
5. Cherry flavored drinks
Two Lifetimes – Two Hearts – One future, if they can only survive the past.
Hamish Macpherson is surrounded by turmoil: an arsonist is on the loose, he’s in the middle of a feud with a local clansman, and just as he’s trying to save his sister from a burning cottage, he appears in the middle of a foreign living room three hundred years past his own time.
Gillian Meadows thinks she’s self-sufficient and can handle anything until she witnesses a murder in the alley next to an Olde City tavern. In a desperate run to escape being the next victim, she stumbles into a Wiccan store and accepts the help of the shop owner. Little does she know that one mis-spoken word of a simple incantation can change everything.
Neither world is safe, but Hamish can better protect Gillian if he returns to his own time. Gillian has no choice but to go with him if she wants to escape the danger closing in. Little do they know that his past could be the biggest threat of all to their future.
Sarah Hoss grew up believing she could try anything and if she set her mind to it, she would succeed. Sixteen years of dance lessons, Cheerleading, and school plays proved to her that her parent’s words rang true. Writing was no exception. Reading the Outlander series made her fall in love with time travels and the historical places books could take her. Always a child with a vivid imagination, she realized as an adult, she could put her imagination to good use and began writing. Marrying her very own hero, they live in Indiana in the town where she grew up. They have three beautiful children and one hyper dog. When Sarah isn’t writing, she enjoys gardening, camping, and watching her kids’ play sports.
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Your book sounds interesting. GOOD luck.
Awesome blurb and blog!
Love Fresh Cut Grass…Not a fan of roller coasters either— BUT my teens LOVE them and I get a kick out of watching them step off the ride—their hair is hysterical!
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Wow, fabulous blurb Sarah. Highland Savior sounds like a compulsive read. I totally agree about cherry flavored drinks – they all taste like medicine.
I can handle Cherry kool-aide but anything else is groos! Thanks for the compliment! I hope you will read the book and enjoy it!