Breath of Life (Breath of Life #1)
Paxton Mercier was a trauma surgeon who was on the fast track for success. However, one night in the O.R. changes her life forever.
In a matter of months, she loses her best friend Ella, her relationship with her mother sours, and her husband, Jack, walks out on her. Overcome with pain, Paxton loses herself and finds herself checking into a mental institution to hide away from the world.
When Jack shows up at the institution unexpectedly, Paxton finds her world in another tailspin. She struggles to hold the pieces of herself together. She feels like she has no one to turn to except the one person who never stopped caring for her, Duke Avery, Ella's husband and Jack's best friend.
Choices (Breath of Life #2)
Choice. There is always a choice to be made. Some are easy, some are tough. When it comes to the heart, it can sometimes be the toughest choice a person will make, if it's even one at all.
Paxton wars with herself as she starts to fall in love with her good friend and occasional lover, Duke Avery. He's sweet, kind and thoughtful, but he's not Jack. Every inch of her heart Duke claims, Paxton questions her feelings. Does she really love him or is she trying to make up for the past? Will he still love her even though she is keeping a big secret from him?
When another tragedy strikes, Paxton finds her heart has already made it's choice.
Paxton Andrews and Jack Mercier hadn’t seen each other in months. When Jack showed up asking for another chance at the opening of her art gallery, Paxton said she needed more space. She knew she couldn't be with Jack, not after everything that they have been through. After the loss, the heartbreak, and the loneliness, she doesn't believe she could make herself vulnerable to Jack again.
Sara Marion lives in Alaska with her husband, Tyler and her two fur-babies (dogs), White Sock and Bailey.
She is originally from Manhattan, KS and she loves going back every chance she gets. She loves cheering on her Oklahoma State Cowboys. Game days can get pretty intense around her house since her husband is a K-State Alum and she is an OSU Alum. She does cheer for K-State from time to time but she tends to bleed more orange!
When she is not writing, she keeps herself busy with her full-time job at an oil company in the IT department.