Hello all! Cheryl Wyatt here. I am so excited to let you know that I have a new book out.
The Hero’s Sweetheart released on Feb 1 from Love Inspired Books and is part of my Eagle Point Emergency series.
MORE ABOUT THE BOOK AND SERIES:
Titanium-willed military commander Jack Sullenberger has his rules. Small town waitress Olivia Abbott is about to break them all.
His Perfect Match
Military commander Jack Sullenberger is used to saving the day. But when his father has a stroke in his beloved small-town diner, it’s waitress and EMT student Olivia Abbott coming to the rescue. Jack rushes home to tend to his father and take over the business—running right into Olivia’s very strong opinions. The steely military man and the waitress can’t agree on what’s best for the restaurant. When Jack sees something that shakes his growing trust in Olivia, their undeniable connection is put to the test. But if Jack’s open to the truth, they’ll have a chance at finding a future together.
This is book four of a series that features a rural trauma team. The series premise came about after my editors at LI asked me to try my hand at writing a medical-themed romance since I’m a longtime RN.
I wasn’t sure I’d enjoy that, since I’d worked in the health field for almost three decades, and writing about work seemed like…well more work! LOL. As it turned out, I LOVE writing about caregivers and caretakers. I’m so thankful my editors knew me/my writing better than I knew myself…and that they took a chance on me this way.
Since I wasn’t sure about veering from military-themed romances that my readers had come to expect from me, I compromised by making the medical personnel former combat veterans…even RN Kate Dalton (heroine from book 3: The Nurse’s Secret Suitor).
Book 1 is The Doctor’s Devotion, and book 2 is Doctor to the Rescue.
Those already familiar with my Eagle Point Emergency series may remember Sully’s diner-a common setting in which I liked to place my characters. This story takes place in and around Sully’s Diner and features Sully’s son, Jack Sullenberger.
You can view other books in my Eagle Point Emergency series and obtain a downloadable booklist at: www.cherylwyatt.com
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I am so excited to have a cover on the truck…since the hero and heroine have a Ford/Chevy war, instigated by the hero’s father that breaks the ice between them. I hope you enjoy Jack and Olivia’s story. Thank you for giving my books a try. Your support means so much!
Any questions about the story or the setting? Let me know! Thank you for visiting today!
Terrill Rosado says
Congrats on the great reviews! I just picked up my copy this week.
Thank you so much, Terrill! I love your name. Sorry for the delay in responding. My internet was out for a couple days. Happy (early) Valentines Day! I hope you enjoy the story. Keep me posted. :-)
Sounds good (and I will get to it soon) I have loved both series with the military themes. This book looks fun too. I want to know what Olivia does.
Thank you sweet friend. Olivia was a fun, spunky character to write. Is Cricket in season? I’m itching to feature it in a book. :-)
yes it still cricket season. it goes til around April. normally spring to mid August. similar to your baseball season
Jill Weatherholt says
I love that it was your editors suggestion to write a medical themed romance, Cheryl. Congratulations! The cover looks great!
Me too, Jill. I’m so thankful and hope they’ll continue the series. I’m having a lot of fun writing it and treasure the blessing of bringing stories to readers through LI. Sorry for the delay in responding. My internet was out for a couple of days. Thank you so much for visiting and commenting. It means a lot! :-) Happy early Valentines Day.
I’mlooking forward to finding your book. I’m an RN who has been out of the field for a while, but I love to read about it. Thank you!!
Hello there, my fellow nurse. I’ve been out of it for a few years now as well. I do miss it many days, but I’m grateful to get to write about it now and hope to continue. Thank you so much for stopping by. My sincere apologies for the delayed response to your comment. My internet was out for a couple of days. Valentines blessings to you!
Elizabeth Maddrey says
How fun that they asked you about doing medical romance – that’s one type I always enjoy. I had these dreams of being a medical professional forever. Then I took biology. Yeah. No.
Congrats on the new release!
LOL Elizabeth! It’s never too late to chase a dream you know… :-) Biology aside, we need kind and caring people in the field. Thank you for your kind words and I like reading medical romances as well. Glad you stopped by. Sorry for the late response. My internet was down for a couple days.
Melissa Henderson says
Looking forward to reading this story. :-)
Thank you, Melissa! It was a joy to write. I really appreciate you stopping by and your kind words. Sorry for the delayed response to your comment. My internet was down for a couple days. Have a good weekend!
Sally Shupe says
Jack and Olivia’s story is so good!! Happy release, Cheryl!!
Thank you so much my dear sweet snow pal! Your support means so much!
Valerie Comer says
Congrats on your new release! There’s nothing like sitting on a tailgate to say ‘rural’ right!
So true my friend! Your comment made me LOL. Happy Valentines Day weekend!
Jennifer Craig says
Congrats on the new release. It sounds fabulous.
Thank you Jennifer! I appreciate that. Sorry for the delayed response. My internet was wonky for a couple days. Blessings on your weekend!
Sally Bradley says
I’m working on a medical-heavy plot right now, and it’s hard! Of course, I have no medical background either. :) I’m glad this one worked out for you. Do you have all kinds of different medical plots running through your brain?
Hi Sally! That’s exciting to hear about your medical-themed plot! I’m glad. I can’t wait to read it! :-) I do have lots of medical scenarios running through my head. Some of them I can’t tap into because some of the stuff actually happened. LOL! But my mind is always spinning new ideas. I’m grateful to LI for opening up this new creative world to me. :-) I’m really enjoying writing medically themed stories.
I am a long time Emergency Critical Care RN 40 plus years and I love medical romances and military. I haven’t read your books, will have to checkout.
Linda, I’m so glad you stopped by. With your love and knowledge of military and medical, you’re the exact kind of person I need as a beta reader. LOL! Sorry for the delayed response. My internet was down for a couple of days. Thank you very much for taking time to comment. I appreciate it! Have a great holiday weekend. :-)
Would love to be your beta reader email me at email@example.com
Got you down. Thank you!
Narelle Atkins says
Hi Cheryl, Congrats on your latest release! :)
Thank you so much! I dearly appreciate it. :-)
I do love to read a medical themed book! My mom is a retired LPN & many of my family members are in the medical field. So maybe that plays a huge part in it :-) This one and the rest of the series sound like they need to be on my want-to-read list! Definitely going to check them out.
Congrats on the newest installment,Cheryl! I also enjoy small town settings centered around someplace in town (diner, library, etc). Those are the best in my opinion :-)
Thank you so much for the feedback. I greatly appreciate it! Thanks for giving my books a shot. Let me know what you think. :)