Thirty-five-year-old Tyler Brant saved the life of popular TV personality Kristen Kellar when the small plane they were traveling in crashed into the St. Louis River near Hibbing, Minnesota.
Brantsingle father of a six-year-old daughterwas not available for comment.
Tyler Brant has no intention of speaking to reporters. And while he's happy that Kristen Kellar is recovering, he wishes she wouldn't keep telling people he's a hero. All he wants is to put the crash behind him, get on with his life, spend more time with his daughter.
Still, he can't forget the beautiful woman he'd carried from the wreck. Unfortunately, Kristen's big newsand Tyler has reason to stay away. But he hadn't counted on Kristen's determination to thank him in person. And he hadn't counted on his little girl's growing attachment to her.
He certainly hadn't counted on falling in love .
About the Author
One of six children, Pamela was born and raised in Minnesota and often uses the Midwest as a setting for her books. She believes there's something special about the region that makes it the perfect setting for stories about love and family. It's also the place where she fell in love with her real-life hero, her husband, Gerr.
Pamela and her husband spend much of their recreational time in the lakes region of northern Minnesota. They enjoy roasting marshmallows over an open fire and listening to the call of the loons in the summer, and in the winter they trek through the woods on snowshoes and fish through a hole in the ice. Is it romantic? Ask a Minnesotan and you'll likely get the answer, "You betcha!" says Pamela, who treasures those moments up north.
Since selling her first romance in 1986, Pamela Bauer has gained fans around the world for her heartwarming stories about love and family relationships. She has written over twenty books and plans to continue to write stories about people falling in love and living happily ever after. She hopes that when you read one of her books you'll smile and maybe even laugh out loud, but more important, when you've finished the story you'll feel good - about families, about life, and about love.
Pamela and her husband live in a small community just northwest of Minneapolis. They have two children, Amy and Aaron, and a bichon-poo that thinks he's human.