Cheryl Wyatt is author this week

» Posted on Dec 16, 2007 in Blog | 6 comments

Cassie, congratulations on winning Upon a Midnight Clear by Gail Gaymer Martin!

This week I am honored to host Cheryl Wyatt and new first book, a Love Inspired called A Soldier’s Promise. She will be giving one away in a book drawing here. Please email me if you would like to enter the drawing at The drawing will close next Sunday evening. Don’t miss you chance to get an autographed book by an upcoming star. You can visit her Web site and learn more about this wonderful friend of mind.

Cheryl Wyatt’s closest friends would never dream the mayhem she plots during announcements at church. An RN-turned-SAHM, joyful chaos rules her home and she delights in the stealth moments God gives her to write. She stays active in her church and in her laundry room. She’s convinced that having been born on a Naval base on Valentine’s Day destined her to write military romance.
Prior to publication, Cheryl took courses through Christian Writers Guild. An active member of RWA, FHL and ACFW, she won numerous awards with multiple manuscripts. Visit her on the Web at Sign up for her newsletter for news and chances to enter contests with great prizes. Hang with her on the web at You can also find her skittering around Steeple Hill’s message boards as “Squirl” at

Amazon link

“My name’s Bradley. I’m eight and have cancer. I want to meet a Special Forces soldier more than anything. Well, almost anything. Having a family would be nice.”
U.S. Air Force pararescue jumper Joel Montgomery promised to make a sick child’s wish come true. Well, not the family part—not with Joel’s past. And so despite vowing never to set foot back in Refuge, Illinois, Joel parachuted onto the boy’s school lawn to a huge smile. But another smile unexpectedly stole Joel’s heart: that of Bradley’s beautiful teacher, Amber Stanton, who was trying to adopt the boy. And trying to show Joel it was time for new vows.
“Cheryl Wyatt infuses A Soldier’s Promise (4.5) with kindness, compassion and love. Plus, each character in this strong story is multilayered. When young Bradley, a boy dying of cancer, writes to the Air Force Pararescue team, he gets to meet jumper Joel Montgomery, who connects with Bradley and feels an instant and shared attraction to the boy’s teacher, Amber Stanton. This absolutely fantastic debut novel proves that while challenges and boundaries are not always easily resolved, they’re definitely worth the work.”

—Robin Taylor-Romantic Times Reviewer


  1. After being a faithful reader of Cheryl’s blog, I had to get my hands on her first book ASAP. So I bought the ebook.

    It is HILARIOUS. My husband asked me three or more times while I was reading it “what are you smiling about?”

    And the ROMANCE – well-written and poignant.

    I could go on and on about her heroine, heroine, Bradley… But I won’t.

    Just go out and buy this book!

  2. Thank you, Lacy! I’m glad you liked the book! Thank you so much for supporting my blog with your readership.

    Margaret mentored me, you know. She probably won’t say that since she is so modest but I’ll shout it to the world. LOL!

    I can really honestly say I learned from the best!

    Your readership is a blessing. Thank you for dropping by!

    Margaret, thank you SO much for featuring me this week.

    I’ve told a few people to drop in and ask about “Flo.” He he!



  3. Cheryl. I finished A Soldier’s Promise way to late in the night…I think it was Saturday? Excellent book, I just loved your hero and heroine and their struggles and kindness and, well, just all of it.
    I posted a review on and Barnes and but Amazon, of course, won’t let me post until the book releases.
    I already know who I want the sequel to be about. But I’ll take whoever you write. 🙂

  4. Sounds like a wonderful story. I love a soldier hero.

  5. Thank you guys for your support!! I am beyond grateful.

    Cheri, the entire series will feature one man from Joel’s pararescue team. So I hope you enjoy them.

    There are three books contracted so far.

    Mary, THANK YOU for posting reviews online. Wait…before I thank you…maybe I better go see what you wrote. LOL! Just kidding!

    I REALLY appreciate your support, and helping me get the word out.

    Thanks Margaret for having me!


  6. From the sound of the back cover blurb and these comments alone, I am eagerly anticipating the next book and I haven’t even read the first one yet. BUT my copy is on the way ASAP so I will get to read first hand and know what I already know: I LOVE the book, A Soldier’s Promise.

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