Sara Harris has authored more than fifteen books for both children and grown ups. She and her family of eight – plus their eight rescue pets – make their home in Katy, Texas where the ice cream is perfection and the ocean is close enough to visit every weekend. Sara has her BA in History and wishes that someone who majored in Engineering would hurry and invent a time machine.
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As it Pleases the King
Amish Journeys, Book 1
February 1542, London
Catherine Howard, Queen Consort of England, faces the executioner’s axe.
King Henry VIII needs a new wife.
Lady Bridget Denny and her cousin, Lady Elizabeth, have fallen into favor with His Majesty’s groomsmen. They are taken to Court to be judged for the position of the next queen, but Bridget fears the title of Queen of England is little more than a royal death sentence. The woods surrounding the castle are deep and dark and hold many secrets-perhaps there is room for one more.
Bridget is determined to escape the lusty king. But can she survive his royal executioner?
I love the historical accuracy and the swift pace of the story. I couldn’t believe I read it in one sitting. Looking forward to the next one already.
– 5-Star Amazon.com Customer Review
Also by Sara Harris
House of Madness
a ghost story
Tim and Adelaide Smithfield are haunted by memories of loss too raw to forget and too painful to remember. Their 11-year-old daughter, Michaela, has her own set of sensory processing challenges, not to mention an overwhelming sense of guilt that she might be at the root of her parents’ problems. The sprawling ranch house on the outskirts of the quaint West Texas town of Big Spring promises a fresh start for a young family on the verge of collapse.
But the house is haunted by memories of its own… and a guilt that West Texas’ famed thunderstorms can’t wash away.
Katie’s Plain Regret
Amish Journey’s Book 1
“I’m Katie Knepp from Gasthof Village. I’m headed south. For Texas.”
Peter turned to face the man who still shrouded him in his massive shadow. Katie watched as the stranger on the little hill lifted his hand to his mouth and plucked a cigarette from his lips. The breeze fluttered his coat as he stood unmoving, staring at them. The pair of pistols that hung on his hips caught the sun and shone out, making Katie squint against the blinding metallic glare.
Silver devils, Katie thought.