Guest Blog: Sara Davison--Book and $25 Gift Card to Commenter
Welcome to Sara Davison! Thank you for being our guest.
My name is Sara Davison, and I’m a Canadian living about an hour east of Toronto. I’m not exactly sure what people notice when they meet me, although I do know what I would love for them to notice. Have you ever encountered someone whose love for God radiates from them like a light glowing within? That’s what I aspire to having people see when they look at me.
Tell us about your book?
My new release is my tenth romantic suspense novel and the first in a brand-new series. The book is called Every Star in the Sky. Here is the back cover blurb:
She is willing to testify against her trafficker. If she can stay alive that long.
“You’re safe here, Starr.”
How many times has Detective Cole Blacksky said that to her since helping her escape the life she’d been forced into eight years earlier?
Starr desperately wants to believe him, but she knows Brady Erickson, her former captor, too well. Although Cole has promised her protective custody on his family’s remote ranch, no place on earth is safe enough. Brady will stop at nothing to permanently silence her before she ever reaches the witness stand.
And he is powerful enough to do it.
If Starr wants to help Brady’s other victims, she has no choice but to put herself in God’s hands. And Cole’s. But the longer she and Cole stay hidden, the more her life is at risk.
And her heart.
Share an excerpt?
Starr worked the lock loose of paint and rust until she could maneuver the small handle to the right. Then she wedged her palms under the top of the wooden frame that surrounded the lower pane of glass and shoved upward. The window groaned a little but slid open a few inches, ushering in that good country smell, as Cole had called it. A heady mixture of fragrant flowers, warm earth, and something she couldn’t identify.
The warm breeze wafting into the room loosened something that had been tightly coiled in her stomach. She could open the window whenever she wanted fresh air.
Or needed to escape.
She perused the area outside the window. Was there a way to get down if she had to leave quickly? A trellis covered in vines was attached to the wall next to her window. She could reach it, but she doubted the old wood would support her if she attempted to climb on it. A large maple tree stood a few feet away. Maybe she could launch herself from the windowsill and catch hold of one of the thick branches. She’d have to be desperate, as the chances of her falling to the ground were as high as they were of being able to successfully swing herself onto the limb.
Starr fought her instinct to map out an escape route. Rest and peace. Cole’s words echoed through some place deep inside. She longed for both, so strongly it terrified her. She had to keep her emotions in check.
Everything Cole said and did sparked hope in her, and hope was dangerous.
Ask the blog reader a quirky question or two.
In the excerpt I shared, Starr’s deepest needs are rest and peace. In the crazy times we are in, pretty much everyone shares those needs. When I feel this way, I take a long walk by the lake in our town while listening to one of my worship music playlists. There is something about being by the water that fills me with a soul-deep peace. How about you? When you are weary or feeling stressed, what helps you to find rest and peace the most?
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Amazon link to purchase Every Star in the Sky: https://www.amazon.com/Every-Mosaic-Collection-sparrows-penny-ebook/dp/B09HSVSC5H