Lucy, Jeanie, and Angels–In One Delightful Package!

Comparable to Lucy Ricardo, Sarah from today’s featured
novel finds herself in madcap situations—most of them of her own making! A salad
toss of “I Love Lucy,” “I Dream of Jeanie,” and “Touched by an Angel,” “Sarah
and the Widow’s Mate” is sure to tickly your funny bone.
“Sarah and the Widow’s Mate”
by Gay N. Lewis
About “Sarah and the Widow’s Mate”

Widow Beth Marsh is not only beautiful, but wealthy enough to buy a third-world country. When she enters the dating arena to find companionship, two men profess an interest in her…but is it Beth they want, or are they out to harm her and get her money?

Watching from the Heavenlies, the Superiors dispatch Heaven’s Little Love Angel to Houston during the Christmas holidays. Sarah’s mission is to help the lady determine which of her suitors is the genuine article. Is black-haired Bryan Wingate the real deal? Or is good-looking Charles Chadwick the honest companion?

When Beth invites human-disguised Sarah to attend a wedding, the delighted angel looks forward to an opportunity to wear a beautiful formal gown, and maybe—at long last—red stilettos! But Sarah’s mission becomes deadly serious when she discovers Beth’s life is in danger. If Sarah fails in her mission, Tomas, the Warrior Angel, will intercede. Determined to keep her human charge safe from gold diggers and save Tomas the trouble, the petite angel steps up her efforts.

But Sarah wouldn’t be Sarah without a few bungles along the way….

Fan Reviews

* What makes this book so much fun is that the story is told from the perspective of the match-making angel, Sarah. She’s not the staid, stern angelic presence you might expect. No, Sarah is full of fun, and her zany exploits add a dimension of humor to the mystery and romance of “Sarah and the Widow’s Mate.” Beth Marsh’s predicament clearly demonstrates that money isn’t everything. The images of Beth’s palatial home and the Christmas decorations add richness to the narrative. Although this is one of the “Sarah” series of Gay Lewis’s books, this one–like the others–can be enjoyed as a stand-alone work. I loved Sarah’s third trip to earth!”

* “Sarah is so adorable you want to hug her, but watch out for those wings! With a little support from her angel friends and a few embarrassing moments (This is Sarah-we expect embarrassing moments) she is able to unravel a plot and help Beth find her true love. This is a delightful story; I loved it!”

* “I enjoyed this book very much!! Ms. Lewis writes in a unique style. The ending surprised me, but I liked it. There were sections where I laughed out loud. I’ve bought several of these books and have given them as gifts.”

About the Author
A native Texan, Gay lives in a small town west of Houston. Gay has always been involved with artistic ventures.  Two videos she produced were sold in US and international markets—The Canadian Rockies, English and Japanese translations, and Psalms from the Mountains.
As a pastor’s wife, she has written, produced, and photographed many programs, and her Faith Features have been published in various church periodicals.
Teaching an adult Bible study every Sunday morning is Gay’s joy, and she is often called upon for speaking engagements.  When needed, she plays the piano and serves as worship leader in her husband’s church. 
Gay writes about a petite angel who comes to earth to romantically link humans, but this is no ordinary angel. Sarah is dyslexic, can’t read maps, and is often lost. She is the Lucy Ricardo from The Heavenlies and creates one humorous disaster after another.  Sarah and the Widow’s Mate is the third in the series.  It follows Sarah: A Mission of Love, and Sarah: Laney’s Angel
Connect with Gay at these locations

Published by Sherri Wilson Johnson

I am a wife/mother/writer/speaker looking to be used by God!

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