Visitor Driving Through Callahan
Crossing Encounters Tornado!

Megan ran up the highway,
slipping…desperately looking for a place lower than the surrounding ground, she
saw a bar ditch.God help me!
Megan had never prayed before. She’d always taken care of herself, had to. But
it wasn’t just her anymore.

God, if you’re real, please save us!

Author Sharon Gillenwater brings a powerful
story in Megan’s Hero, Book #3 in The Callahans of Texas Series. Set in the charming west Texas
town of Callahan Crossing; readers will follow
the ever-changing weather landscape of Texas
and Megan Smith’s turbulent heart. She is a strong, independent woman, with
incredible talent, and finds it hard to trust the kind people of the community.
The most eligible bachelor of Callahan Crossing, Will Callahan, reaches out to
Megan in her time of need. But can she trust him? Megan must decide if staying
in Callahan Crossing is worth the risk.

Megan is six months pregnant, unmarried, broke, and alone.
She realizes she cannot outrun the tornado; taking shelter in the bar ditch
along the road Megan barely escapes with her life. Soon after, Will Callahan finds
Megan hurrying down the road, he offers her a lift, and she discovers her life
will never be the same. While staying at the Callahan family ranch, she finds
herself daring to love again, even though she suspects Will’s affection for her
is out of pity. But when she realizes that the townspeople think she’s just a
gold digger, she can’t bear to stay. Planning a future for her new baby Megan
is determined to move on in another town. But can she live without the love of
Will Callahan?

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About The Author

Sharon Gillenwater was born and raised in West Texas and loves to write about her native state. The author of several novels, including Jenna's Cowboy and Emily's Chance, she is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. When she's not writing, she and her husband enjoy spending time with their son, daughter-in-law, and two adorable grandchildren. She lives in Washington.