Sara Barnard, who was most likely born into the wrong century, is mother to four awesome children. In addition to her bestselling Amish romance Rebekah’s Quilt (which is a contender for the 2013 RONE award for Inspirational Fiction), she has authored the historical romance Everlasting Heart series, consisting of bestselling A Heart on Hold, which was also a 2012 RONE award finalist, A Heart Broken (contender for the 2013 RONE award in American Historical Fiction), A Heart at Home, and A Heart Forever Wild – all from 5 Prince Publishing. She also writes for the younger among us. Chunky Sugars is a picture book from 5 Prince Kids and her independently published children’s nonfiction titles, The ABC’s of Oklahoma Plants and The Big Bad Wolf Really Isn’t so Big and Bad, have hit bestseller lists several times. Her forthcoming titles include A Heart Forever Wild (5 Prince, April 2, 2014) and The Calling (Prairie Rose Publications, April 1, 2014). She and her family make their home in the far reaches of the west Texas desert with the javalina, mesquite trees, and of course, lots and lots of oil.
Where to find Sara Barnard online
Shootout in Old Amarillo
Halloween night can't get any worse when her boss, Joseph Clanton, is a no-show and Kelly is stuck closing up the Dairy King alone . . . or so she thought. A cryptic order from an empty room and late-season twister combine to make Kelly's Halloween night a truly unforgettable one by sending her spiraling back through the folds of time and depositing her smack in the middle of a wild west shootout.
On the Colorado Trail
After a failed attempt at escape that leaves Cactus Flower injured and both of them in danger, can Knocks Down bring himself to trust the soldier, Pale Face Joe? His life depends on it, and his little sister's does, as well!
The Saga of Indian Em’ly: The Apache and the Pale Face Soldiers
With no one to lean on but each other and the fragile balance between the Apache and the soldiers irreparably upset, Knocks Down and Cactus Flower must make their way as children of The People in the pale face world – pale faces who have now become the enemy.
Esau Fitzpatrick is bad at being good—and even worse at being bad. As he waits for his sweetheart, Ella Allen, inside the Paisley Settlement church, a brewing storm erupts and lightning strikes, setting the church aflame. Esau is pulled from the fire, but his parents are lost in the blazing inferno. Angry at God, Esau flees his home and all he holds dear. Will Esau find his way back?