Sarah and the Widow's Mate

Sarah and the Widow's Mate

by Gay N. Lewis

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BN ID: 2940045411325
Publisher: Prism Book Group
Publication date: 11/22/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 345 KB

About the Author

Gay N. Lewis has a background in video production and interior design. Her credits include Psalms from the Mountains, and The Canadian Rockies. As a pastor’s wife and Adult Bible Study Leader, she has written numerous church programs and newsletters. She is a mother of three daughters and four grandchildren and lives in Fulshear, TX., a small town west of Houston.

Find Gay on the web at or by visiting her on Blogger at or on Facebook at and also on Twitter @GayNLewis2.

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Sarah and the Widow's Mate 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
CH2 More than 1 year ago
This is a perfect book when you are in the mood to escape from humdrum reality and fly into a world of fun and fantasy. The story is classic romance. However, being told through the perspective of the matchmaking angel, it takes on a freshness. I was immediately drawn in, and couldn't stop reading until the last page. For some lighthearted fun, read Sarah and the Widow's Mate!
-AnnaKittrell_ More than 1 year ago
Sarah and the Widow’s Mate, by Gay N. Lewis, is delightful as a homemade Christmas card. Sarah, the adorable angel with a heart of gold, is at it again; directing her charge toward the perfect mate as fast as her little wings will carry her. I enjoyed Sarah’s initially human response to earthly behavior. Unswervingly, by prick of her celestial conscience, or gentle warning from the Heavenlies, she asked forgiveness for her less-than-angelic reactions, straightened up, and flew right. Well…as right as Sarah can fly, that is. Lewis brings her characters to life with warmth and authenticity. Throughout the story, she reveals God’s undisputed word while reminding us of His mercy. Not only the mercy God shows toward us, but also of His command that we show mercy to others. I can truly envision this tale as a Christmas movie, and would not be surprised to see it adapted to the big screen. But until then, take the opportunity to give yourself—or someone you love—a beautiful gift of the written word this Christmas. Sarah and the Widow’s Mate, by Gay N. Lewis.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The adorable love angel, Sarah, is on her next assignment. After successfully running interference in encouraging Laney and Cannon’s romance and marriage in Sarah: Laney’s Angel, Sarah, aka Annie Wingspand, is tasked next with guiding Beth Marsh. Beth has been widowed a few years, and is being courted by three different gentlemen, one of whom means her harm. Sarah is charged with helping Beth choose the right one. Who couldn’t love angel who adores food, high heels, whose favorite exclamation is poopty doopty, and giving lost people a little help, even when those sidetracks aren’t part of her mission. I appreciated that about Lewis’s story; even her description of heavenly messengers with different missions. Told from Sarah’s point of view, those who enjoy fantasy stories about what angels might be doing, hanging around us, will find much to love in this story. Those who enjoy Mignon Ballard’s August Ballard will love Sarah. One of my favorite parts was those rumbles from above whenever Sarah entertained less than charitable thoughts. I tried to practice that on myself—imagining those rumbles. I’ll report back later when I don’t end up soaking everyone around me with thunderstorms.
Danele More than 1 year ago
This book made me smile, and it left me feeling happy! Sarah, the bumbling, dyslexic angel is on another matchmaking mission that’s full of interesting complications. In this book, Sarah helps a widow named Beth choose the right suitor. If Beth chooses the wrong man, it could destroy her life. This book was full of interesting, amusing scenes. I love a book that makes me laugh, and I spent quite a bit of time chuckling as I read Sarah's adventures. The story was well written and it contained an enjoyable plot. I have become a fan of Gay Lewis’s writing, and I’m looking forward to reading more books by her!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
VPCaine More than 1 year ago
The adorable little angel, Sarah, has landed on earth again to delight us with her antics. This time she must help a wealthy widow, Beth Marsh, decide between two suitors. Are they after her or her money? Sarah is up to her usual calamities, materializing when she shouldn’t, falling out of a Christmas tree when she tries to pose as an ornament, and knocking over a candle in a restaurant causing a dousing from the fire extinguisher on Beth. However this time Sarah’s mission isn’t to bring Beth together with someone but the right someone. Sarah loves to eat and is hoping in her next adventure she’ll master walking in six inch heels. I can’t wait for her next visit. Ms. Lewis does a superb job delivering a meaningful message through a small, determined angel