A Sweetwater Canyon Novel – Book 3, Sarah’s Story
Faith is easy…living is hard.
Sarah Cosgrave picked up the guitar at age sixteen as a way to escape her life with an alcoholic father and an absent mother. Sweetwater Canyon gave her a career and the best of friends. Now, called to her dying father’s bedside, Sarah is forced to leave her band–the one thing that saved her.
With her music career on hold and her past threatening to silence her, Sarah must make choices she swore she’d never have to face again. Her faith in her path is true; but can she have faith in Tom Pawlak, the man who once betrayed her, in order to find the peace she desperately needs?
This third book in the series features Sarah, the quiet one in the Sweetwater Canyon Band. She may be quiet, but she is strong. Coming back to her home town will require her to face the demons of her past. It will challenge every bit of strength, independence, and faith she has built in the seven years she’s been away.
“I’ve liked all the books in this series, but this is my favorite so far!” — LaVerne M.
“OMG! Tom’s ex-girlfriend in this book is a piece of work. The father is crotchety, sad, and loveable in his own way. This relationship is so realistic. I felt for Tom and Sarah throughout the whole book as they really tried to figure out how to reconcile their past. And the ending…well I won’t spoil it but you have GOT to read this book. I was on the edge of my seat, wishing I could run over to that house and kick some butt. This is an amazing follow up to Healing Notes!” — Evie Bohn, Goodreads
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Maggie is the author of 20+ published books, as well as numerous short stories and non-fiction articles. She is also the founder of Windtree Press, an independent publishing cooperative with over 150 titles and 20 authors. Maggie’s fiction tells stories of men and women making heroic decisions one messy moment at a time. As the oldest of 9 siblings, Maggie has lots of practice with navigating messy moments. She has no clue what happened to the rich, royal family she was meant to be born into; but she is thankful for all the love she’s received in her real family.
Even decades later Maggie still believes in England Dan’s and John Ford Coley’s 1970’s lyric “Love is the Answer.” She says: “Love, compassion, forgiveness, accepting and loving one’s true self, and finding home and identity are all themes in my novels. I believe that a committed, long-term relationship–whether a friendship or a life partner–is the most difficult and frustrating undertaking we take. Yet, it is the most full incarnation of love. It is in all that work, over years and years of ups and downs, that teaches us to entrust our true self to someone else. Scary…but oh so fulfilling.”