Linda Weaver Clarke travels throughout the United States, teaching and encouraging people to write their family history and autobiography. Clarke is the author of the historical sweet romance series A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho: Melinda and the Wild West (2006) - an awarding winning novel, Edith and the Mysterious Stranger (2008), Jenny's Dream (2009), Sarah's Special Gift (2009), and Elena, Woman of Courage (2009). The Adventures of John and Julia Evans mystery series includes Anasazi Intrigue (2010), Mayan Intrigue (2010), Montezuma Intrigue (2011), and Desert Intrigue (2012). She has also written two non-fiction e-books: Reflections of the Heart (2011) and Writing Your Family Legacy (2011).
Sarah's Special Gift: A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idahoby Linda Weaver Clarke
Sarah is a beautiful and successful dance teacher. She is deaf, but this does not stop her from living life to its fullest. While visiting the Roberts family, David finds himself entranced with this very special lady and ends up defending her honor several times. He finds that Sarah has gone through many trials as she teaches him the importance of not dwelling on the… See more details below
Sarah is a beautiful and successful dance teacher. She is deaf, but this does not stop her from living life to its fullest. While visiting the Roberts family, David finds himself entranced with this very special lady and ends up defending her honor several times. He finds that Sarah has gone through many trials as she teaches him the importance of not dwelling on the past and how to love life. Meanwhile, David learns about the legend of the Bear Lake Monster and wonders why the community believes in such a thing. He is determined to prove there is no Bear Lake Monster.
This romance is for teens and adults.
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Sarah's Special Gift was book 4 in the Bear Lake Family Saga series. I really enjoyed it and it was a fun read for me since my daughter was also a dance teacher. The difference though is the fact that Sarah has been deaf since contracting an illness. As a result, it is truly a gift that she is such a wonderful dancer, not being able to even hear the music. As she meets David, their lives become entwined and at the beginning he has no idea that she can't hear as she speaks well. I love how the characters of the earlier books are carried through into this book and you can see how their lives developed through time. I look forward to the next book! This series is wonderful and very enjoyable for all ages of readers. Disclosure: I received an ebook from the author for my honest review which I have given.