Sara R. Turnquist
Sara is originally from Middle Tennessee. After a short stint in Memphis, TN where she earned a degree in Biology and began a career as both a Zoo Educator and a Sleep Technician, she then followed a dream to work for a large zoo in Orlando, FL as an Educator. Once she and her husband started their family, they moved back to Middle Tennessee. Sara and her husband now enjoy a full life with their three beautiful and very active children. Sara enjoys many creative outlets – singing, piano, drawing, drama, and organizing anything. And even though she has enjoyed her career as a Zoo Educator, Sara's great love of the written word continued to draw her to write. She has always been an avid reader and, for many years, has been what she terms a “closet writer”. Her travels and love of history have served to inspire her to write Historical Fiction. Sara has made several trips overseas to the Czech Republic for short stints in the summer over several years. Her time among the Czech people and the landscapes of the country inspired her and greatly influenced her work on her debut novel, "The Lady Bornekova", set in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic.
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A Convenient Risk
by Sara R. Turnquist
Forced into a marriage of convenience after her husband dies, Amanda Haynes is determined she will never love again. Not that it bothers Brandon Miller. He needs her husband’s cattle. Her wellbeing is threatened as their lives become entangled with Billy the Kid and his gang. What has she gotten herself into? What kind of man has she married? Is there any way out?
Off to War
by Sara R. Turnquist
The impulsive Elizabeth is passionate about many things. Above all, her long time beau, John. When he enlists in the Union army as a surgeon. Determined to follow him through thick and thin, she joins the Sanitary Commission. When Elizabeth learns that John has gone to the front to save some wounded soldiers, she knows the decision she must make to ensure John makes it back alive.
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