Here are some links to reviews and blogs for SEATTLE CINDERELLA, released March 2012
The Narrow Path, out May 2010.
This is from Publisher’s Weekly.
The Narrow Path Gail Sattler. Abingdon, $13.99 paper (320p) ISBN 978-1-426-70237-2
Sattler (Hearts in Harmony) offers her large fan base a story where unlike meets dislike. Although both Miranda Klassen and Ted Wiebe are part of the Mennonite church, these two young adults couldn’t be any more different. Inside out and outside in, Miranda and Ted look different (she’s modern, he’s Old Order conservative) and think different (she’s into electronic gadgets, he’s into plain and simple). Thrown together when Miranda is hired to organize Ted’s Old Order Mennonite church’s anniversary celebration, each balks at the other’s mode of living. Once Ted gets past Miranda’s red earrings, insanely high heels, and cellphone, and sees her heart for God, things begin to thaw between the two. With a bevy of delightful characters, Sattler takes what could be just another “toss ‘em together and it will all work out in the end” faith-based romance and makes it something more, much more. Winsome and warm, this story tickles the funny bone and teases the heart in equal measure. (May)
This is from the Romantic Times.
The Narrow Path takes a realistic look at Mennonite old-order traditions and the simple life they lead apart from the rest of the world. The relationship between Ted and Miranda is sweeet and funny, and the plot’s pacing flows smoothly from beginning to end.
Here is some online reviews of the Narrow Path.
For more reviews and comments from other readers, please visit the site I’ve set up for The Narrow Path where you can see the book trailer, read the first chapter, and see more reviews and comments.
For past reviews on previous books, please scroll down for a few I’ve collected from various sites over the years.
A Few Flowers – reviewed by Dancing World
Amanda, in anthology Forever Friends – reviewed on Amazon.com
Amost Twins – reviewed by Inspirational Romance Reviews
Apple Pie, In Your Eye, in anthology As American As Apple Pie – reviewed on Amazon.com
Apple Pie, In Your Eye, in anthology As American As Apple Pie – reviewed by Sandra’s Backyard
Apple Pie, In Your Eye, in anthology As American As Apple Pie – reviewed by books.wordsearch.com
Hearts In Harmony – reviewed on Amazon.com
McMillian’s Matchmakers – reviewed by Sandra’s Backyard
My Name Is Mike – reviewed by Inspirational Romance Reviews
On The Road Again – reviewed by Inspirational Romance Reviews
The Wedding’s On – reviewed by Sandra’s Backyard
Walking The Dog – reviewed by Romantic Times