Releasing Yesterday

Releasing Yesterday, Heart of the Blessed #2

Releasing Yesterday

Sara and Christopher are happy, until she faces one of the greatest challenges of her life–her father is alive and well. Son to a prominent family, they coerced the annulment of his marriage to Sara’s mother immediately after his return to America… and he never knew of Sara’s existence. Now he seeks forgiveness and a place in Sara’s life.

Heart of the Blessed | Book 2
Victorian, Clean, Inspirational Romance
ISBN: eBook 9781310808470
paperback 1495961095 / 9781495961090
Cover art by Taria Reed

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About the Book

Sara and Christopher are happy, even through the chaos of planning what they hope is the perfect wedding. Between art events, gallery openings, and meeting Christopher’s parents, Sara seldom settles to the ground from the euphoria of being in love.

Until she faces one of the greatest challenges of her life since escaping the aristocracy of England.

Against Sara’s wishes, Christopher has discovered her father is alive and well. Son to a prominent family, his marriage to Ann Marie Little, Sara’s mother, was annulled immediately after he returned to America, and he never knew of Sara’s existence.

Now he seeks a place in Sara’s life.

When the mystery of his disappearance comes to light, will she reject him? Or will she release his yesterday into a brighter promise of tomorrow?

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Other books in the ‘Heart of the Blessed‘ series:

  1. Searching for Sara
  2. Releasing Yesterday
  3. Broken Angel

About Nona King

Author Nona KingNona King is an independent writing professional for Angel Breath Books. She has dedicated herself to writing true-to-life characters, be they villain or hero, so her readers can experience life and its many passions. All her stories focus on faith, honor, and the importance of communication and trust in our relationships with others.

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  1. Mar 16, 2013

    I just loved Searching for Sara and can’t wait for “Releasing Yesterday”. Is there a way I can order an advanced copy? The release date seems so far away and I don’t want to forget about it as I move on to other books in the meantime.

  2. Mar 17, 2013

    I will see about putting you on a list for an advanced copy, especially since I hope to have a blog tour the month of November for Read & Reviews, Interviews, and giveaways. Thanks for your interest!

    Support your local indie author, leave a review! 🙂

  3. Apr 14, 2013

    I loved Searching for Sara and I can’t wait for book 2. I also would love an advance/review copy if it is possible to get one. I normally post my reviews on Amazon and Goodreads.

  4. Apr 18, 2013

    🙂 So glad you enjoyed the book and of course I will put you on the list for an advance review copy. Unfortunately, I might be pushing the release date back from December 2013 to next year. 🙁 Once the ARC is ready, you will get an email from me.

  5. Apr 22, 2013

    Thank you.

  6. Sep 25, 2013

    “searching for sara” is soo nice, easy going. waiting for book 2

  7. Nov 29, 2013

    I really enjoyed Searching for Sara. It’s officially one of my favorite fiction books! When in December is book#2 going to come out? I don’t want to wait too long

  8. Dec 1, 2013

    My intent was to have book 2 ready for release the end of this next week, but I am sad to say release has been delayed until 2014, no later than May. Please forgive the delay!

  9. Dec 10, 2013

    Really loved “Searching for Sara”, especially the reflections of both parties especially Sara always looking up to God to direct her! looking forward to the book2! Thumbs up Nona king inspired writer you are!

  10. Jun 10, 2014

    It is already June 2014… when will it be released?

  11. Jun 10, 2014

    I’m not certain when it will be released. At present I am on an extended writing vacation. You can read about my decision to take this vacation in the article ‘I did a bad thing.

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