Today we have a new author on That’s My Book. Her name is Sara L. Foust, and her first published book will release November 7, 2017. Sara writes romantic suspense. She had a husband, five children, and 44 animals on her farm in East Tennessee.
Sara writes Inspirational Romantic Suspense from a mini-farm in East Tennessee, where she lives with her husband and their five homeschooled children. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from the University of Tennessee and is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Tennessee Mountain Writers.
Her debut novel Callum’s Compass won second place in Deep River Books’ 2017 Writer’s Contest. Sara finds inspiration in her faith, her family, and the beauty of nature. When she isn’t writing, you can find her reading, camping, and spending time outdoors with her family. To learn more about her and her work or to become a part of her email friend’s group, please visit www.saralfoust.com.
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You can purchase her book both in ebook and print book at https://www.amazon.com/Callums-Compass-Love-Hope-Faith-ebook/dp/B076B9PBZL/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1509834580&sr=1-1&keywords=Callum%27s+Compass
Kat Williams’s brother died in a gruesome accident in the mountains of East Tennessee. She blames herself.
Ryan Jenkins’s fiancée was murdered. He couldn’t protect her.
With the death of her brother, Kat believes she is unworthy of love from anyone—even God. When a good friend elicits a promise that she will stop living in the past, then leaves her clues to a real-life treasure hunt, Kat embarks on an adventure chock-full of danger. To find the treasure, Kat will have to survive wild animals—and even wilder men. Can she rely on Ryan, the handsome wildlife officer assigned to protect her … without falling in love?
Ryan swore off love when his fiancée was murdered, but feelings long buried rise to the surface around Kat. He volunteers to help with her treasure hunt, vowing to keep her safe. Together they venture deep into caves and tunnels … and even deeper into the depths of their unplumbed hearts.