Thursday, October 11, 2012

Accident Waiting to Happen

My Gateway Thursday conintues with a visit from Trinity Hart.

All her life, teachers praised Trinity Hart’s writing skills, but she’d never considered becoming an author. A teacher, a dolphin trainer, a veterinarian, and an archeologist—these are just a small sampling of her aspirations growing up. But finally, she’s found a way to be a little of everything and anything her heart desires through the characters in her books. Of course, when it comes to heroes, she has an undeniable weakness for a man in cowboy boots and a Stetson!

Raised by a loving, Christian family, Trinity rebelled as a young adult as so many do and through her darkest hours discovered a deeper connection to God that has made her a stronger woman, mother, and wife. She is delighted to now be spreading God’s love through her stories.

Trinity Hart resides in Amish Country, Pennsylvania with her husband and daughter and is the proud mother of two grown stepsons. She enjoys gardening, concocting her own recipes and hiking, and is a self-professed yo-yo dieter.

Accident Waiting to Happen



Like her name, Hope, that’s all she had when she hears the words from her fiancé’s lips: "She’s worth more to me dead than alive!”

Hope Pearson is desperately trying to reach her father’s Circle C Ranch when she slides off the road. She’s rescued by ex Texas Ranger, Caleb McBryde.

Caleb, injured in an explosion, manages the Circle C. He wants to protect Hope and lead her back to the Christian life she’s abandoned but he fears she’ll never love him because of his scars, which are deeper than physical.

Hope discovers her deceased parent’s secrets: her mother’s to turn the ranch into a retreat and a secret of her father’s that may very well end Hope’s life.

The novel has it all: romance, suspense, and creativity. Trinity Hart does an excellent job of keeping you on the edge of your seat.

Purchase Information: http://www.prismbookgroup.com/accidentwaitingtohappen.html
For more information on Trinity Hart visit: http://trinityhart.com/

2 comments:

Kim McMahill said...

Sounds like a very interesting story.

Victoria Pitts-Caine said...

Thanks for stopping by Kim. I enjoyed te book.