Sometimes Mystical … Always Intriguing. When Sarah Heatherstone inherits Raven Hall, she hopes to find a true home. However, instead of peace and comfort, she hears cries in the night that no one else can hear, and she discovers a secret door that beckons to her.
The lord of nearby Strathmorton Castle also beckons to her. Sarah is powerfully drawn to him, but she cannot befriend him because of her secret past. Still, Lord Amherst can’t seem to get Sarah out of his thoughts. He wonders why she continues to wear the widow’s weeds and the dark veil long past the requisite year of mourning. Little does he know that Sarah is no more a widow than she has ever been a bride.
Will Sarah’s past ever set her free? And will the handsome lord next door ever be more than a stranger to her?
In Sarah of Raven Hall, discover romance and suspense in a Gothic historical tale reminiscent Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre. Discover a story of courage, healing, and love.
“The story line of this book is as beautiful as it is well written. The theme of self-discovery and redemption resonates in the soul of the reader. Definitely a book to be read more than once.”
“A wonderful gothic romance about hope and faith in ourselves and not let the darkness in life take over. I would like to read more by Sara.”
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Sara O’Vivian is a graduate of the University of Utah, and she has worked as both a writer and editor for many years. Sara enjoys many pastimes including reading, writing, art, animals, and being in Nature. She has long been fascinated by spiritual psychology and the universal quest for a more meaningful existence, and she often brings these elements into her creative works. Her favorite authors are Charlotte Bronte and Jane Austen.