Saturday Stories: Dare To Believe

I’d like to introduce you to a new author — LA Sartor. She’s really not that new to the writing world. She’s scribbled stories for years, honed her craft, attended conferences and workshops, written many books and won contests…in essence, she’s paid her dues and wants to share her love of writing with the world.

Dare To Believe by L.A. Sartor

The Pulitzer prize winning writer …
Catherine Hemstead Malloy had it all – riches, glamour and happiness – or so it seemed. When her husband dies in an accident, she discovers she never really had anything at all. Now with nothing but a dismal bank account and her precious daughter, Cate fights to rebuild her life—until her daughter is kidnapped. Cate has no money, no resources – why would someone target her child?

And the knight in shining armor …
Jason St. Pierre doesn’t think of himself as a knight, just a man who does what must be done, lives by his rules and damn the consequences. He’ll move heaven and earth to protect the innocent, and his heart—he loved once and lost and won’t risk it again, especially to Cate Hemstead.

Their reunion pits them against a kidnapper who is always one step ahead and takes them on a hunt from the majestic mountains of Colorado to the idyllic beaches of Hawaii. Can they solve the who-dunnit turned why-dunnit kidnapping in time to save Cate’s daughter?


The twist and turns of the why-dunnit keep the tension fresh in your mind through the whole story. Sartor has created engaging characters that quickly work their way into your heart. The romantic arc is touching and believable as they grow to trust each other and themselves and discover what really matters most. I’ll be looking forward to many more stories from this excellent author.

 

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2 Responses to Saturday Stories: Dare To Believe

  1. Wow,
    This was a great sight for cold-bleary eyes!

    Thanks Audra! I’m on this incredible adventure, publishing Indie, and I had a great team backing me up. A wonderful editor, cover artist, cover art, and of course, trusted friend and great author in her own right, Audra.

    It’s a lonely journey, being a writer, and having a talented team makes it less so.

    If you like more info check out:
    http://bit.ly/Msu6J8

    And for my new blog: http://www.anindieadventure.blogspot.com

    ~ciao
    LA

  2. Les, you have all bases covered. I’m clinking my glass to yours and celebrating the success to come!