A Woman's Revenge


By Sara Trimble

Publisher : Sara Trimble@smashwords.com

ABOUT Sara Trimble

Sara Trimble
Sara Trimble is new to the world of publishing, though not to writing. She has one published novel, one in the final revisions and a stack of stories ready to work on. When she isn’t writing, Sara spends her time with her three children, wonderful fiance Justyn, spending time with fr More...



Hell has no fury like a woman scorned. Paranormal and Demonic Research Agent Jaxon Diego gets a first hand experience of this when he and his partner cross paths with a vengeance demon, with a twisted form of justice. Mikala targets married men who abandon their families for other women, and she infects them. Over the course of a short time, the man experiences symptoms of pregnancy, from cravings and morning sickness, to horny urges and swelling feet. In the end, they pay...with their lives.

Manly-man Jaxon becomes a victim and has to rely on Empath and Healer Dr. Mandi Thompson to discover what is going on and how to save him. As the clock ticks down, Mandi realizes that keeping Jaxon alive has become more than a professional task. She's fallen in love with the jaded Special Agent and will do anything to keep him safe.

Can Jaxon get past his stubborn values and take the chance on love before it's too late? Or is Mandi doomed to remain in Rianza forever, a lonely recluse?

After having three children, I've decided that I'm tired of hearing men say they can handle being pregnant better than a female. After watching an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the story took place. I had a lot of fun writing men having the symptoms of a pregnant female, and the reasons for why the demon decided to infect them.

  1. I enjoyed this book. Just finished reading it. I went to school with the writer and I want her to know she is a very talented woman. When I was reading the book, I could feel the characters and I hope to be seeing more writings from Sara in the future. Thanks. Good luck Sara!
    Penny F
  2. It was very unusual and raw, but as I consumed it, the taste began to unveil it's many delicate flavors and I started to really enjoy it. There were so many elements that blended into one great story. Nala was very complex. On the one hand she was very strong, smart and confident, but due to her isolation, she was also insecure in her sexuality and in her power as a sensual woman. Gabriel is married to his job as a Graida (guardian for the Vardo) and somewhat of a commitmentphobe. He had a past love affair gone bad, waaaaaay back in the day that he uses as an excuse to screw around. Men! He wasn't a hound per se, just your typical Alpha hero sewing his oats.

    Sara Trimble has done a phenomenal job of world building and blending of mythological beings in this story. She wrote it in such a way that it seemed logical and totally believable. The characters were varied and contained great depth, from the gay vampire to the insecure nympho fairy. Heart Over Mind, while being a dark story full of deceit, murder and betrayal, also balances it out with whimsical charm and a tad bit of sweaty sex. I see great potential in Sara Trimble's story and would really like to see her continue in this vein. It was a vastly entertaining read and I applaud her efforts and encourage her on her journey as an author. This is a world I would really like to explore further, and I definitely see promise in some of the secondary characters. Bravo, Ms. Trimble, and well done.
    Wendy Mitchell Rage, Sex and Teddy Bears