Sarah’s Books

Twisted Timber



Based on a true story, Twisted Timber is an emotionally gripping tale. It is set in Marietta, Georgia in 1954 at the cusp of a new civil rights movement. The reader is further transported back in time to war-torn Germany during the devastation of World War II.

In 1954, Hannah is a young adult searching for answers. She came to America with stars in her eyes. No more war. No more injustice. No more Hitler, the malevolent man whom she had adored; the national hero who would sit and speak with her gently.

Although her physical disability is obvious, Hannah is not going to let it stonewall her chance at a new life. With the unfamiliar, warm, undemanding Southern culture contrasting her own, she finds herself confused about her own identity.

To complicate matters, she is confronted with something which causes her memories to enslave her mind with devastating flashbacks.

Hannah’s head is turned in the direction of an art gallery owner. He possesses an item which will send her on a quest to find a long lost royal ancestor who may have the answers she is seeking.

All proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to cancer research.

How to Train a Husband (Kisses & Commitment)



Annie, a successful romance author, has a deadline to keep. Jilted in love, she decides to train an unsuspecting and adorable beau to be her perfect mate, utilizing standard doggy training techniques. What Annie doesn’t expect is the growing attraction she feels for Paxton, a retired Navy SEAL.

With the help of a professional trainer, Annie works to certify her own puppy, an undisciplined Yorkshire Terrier, to become a therapy dog. With the knowledge she gleans from his training, she hopes to succeed in training the perfect husband.

Can Annie train the perfect mate?

How to Catch a Kiss (Kisses & Commitment)


Humor is the best medicine. Sarah Gay applies humor and romance delightfully in this blush-free romantic comedy. Tori finds herself in the worst position possible. She becomes a widow in her early thirties. She is left to raise her young son alone and has no intention of ever marrying again. Zee, a documentary film producer, is an unexpected diversion. He too has had his share of loss. Their undeniable attraction for one another and mutual love for humanity brings them together to experience unforgettable and humorous first adventures.

Catching a Counterfeit Cowboy


How do you catch a cowboy? Ask Meri, the savvy, independent hotel owner who’s on a mission to catch one. When she finds herself face to face with the cowboy of her dreams, her new life in the quaint, Swiss inspired town of Midway, Utah, is all she could have hoped for.

Cal, a hotel owner himself, is determined to purchase the bed and breakfast that Meri is in the process of buying. Sparks fly between the two as they dual behind the scenes in a serious case of mistaken identity. As Meri and Cal learn the ways of country life, they are delightfully spun into a romantic comedy of errors.