PRE-ORDER NEW RELEASE and SAVE: Just to Hear ‘I Love You’

Amazon has begun to really open up many options for self-publishers like me, and one of those options now is to set a book for pre-order! Exciting, isn’t it! So I am trying it out with my next full length novel.

http://smile.amazon.com/Just-Hear-Love-You-Alternate-ebook/dp/B00MWC9370/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1408593983&sr=1-2
But now and save $2 off the purchase price! 
What is this story about, I hear you say? Well, what a great question! Here you go:

Mary Bennet’s life changes forever when a childhood accident leaves her isolated in a silent world. Her sister Elizabeth emerges as her fiercest champion and unstinting protector. When further tragedy befalls Longbourn, Aunt and Uncle Gardiner embrace their orphaned nieces into their London household. Mary and Elizabeth must face the disapprobation of London society as they endure a Season of intense scrutiny. Will Mary’s own dearest wish— just to hear ‘I love you’ —ever come to be, or will her deafness forever consign her to life apart? The sisters must face their past and Mary’s worst critic when another family’s tragedy lands directly on their doorstep. Will they both have the strength to return love from unexpected suitors?

 

http://smile.amazon.com/Just-Hear-Love-You-Alternate-ebook/dp/B00MWC9370/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1408593983&sr=1-2

4 comments

  1. Jennie Coleen561 says:

    This sounds like a wonderful story! I am always intrigued by stories where a main character is dealing with a handicap. I just finished “Chosen” and I'm looking forward to seeing where you take the story – esp. Georgiana's challenges. I also enjoyed “Snow Storms.”
    Warm Regards,
    Jennie

  2. JulieB says:

    Hey Sarah, I just discovered your writing on another site, and I immediately ordered the new book. I am going to look at Chosen next. I really enjoy your writing, and I am eager for the book to come out. I have always liked the Colonel, and I have always felt that Mary needed to have a story told for her, so this is especially welcome. I really like the premise behind the book too. It would have been really hard for families to deal with deafness or blindness in that century. I don't think it's easy now, but today we have resources that weren't available then.

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