Monday, May 23, 2011

No One But You by Donna Robinson

This week's featured title is...
No One But You by Donna Robinson
HP 953

God's plans are worth waiting for.

At least that's what Cheyenne Wilkins has been telling herself. But since her grandmother died, time is running out! If only grandmother didn't have those stipulations in her will, Cheyenne could wait for the man of her dreams.

Derek Brandt has made it living at home, helping his dad run the family ranch. He's free to serve God at any time in any way. If he had a wife he wouldn't be able to do half the things he does! And even if his heart does thump a little harder when Cheyenne gets close, he's busy serving God. He'll think about Cheyenne later.

When a new man enters Cheyenne's life, she thinks he's the answer to her prayers. But if he's really the one she should marry, why does Derek still make her heart race? Will Cheyenne discover God's will in time?

Book Excerpt

"You still have a spot of mascara under your eye."

I do?" He studied his reflection in the rear view mirror. "Yeah, so I do."

Cheyenne rummaged in her purse. "Let me clean that off." She pulled out a tissue.

Derek threw his arm across the back of the bench seat and leaned toward her.

She dabbed the tissue under his eye, feeling his gaze on her. Their faces were so close - a little tingle went up her spine at his nearness. She wiped the tissue under his lashes one last time, wishing she could stay a few more minutes, but her job was done. "There, that's better." She looked into his eyes.

His gaze held hers. "Much better." His eyes dipped down to her lips.

Cheyenne caught a quick breath. He was going to kiss her!

But Derek suddenly cleared his throat and sat back. "Thanks." Placing a fist against his mouth, he coughed. "Uh, guess I'll see you Sunday at church."

Key Verse

Colossians 1:9, "...That ye might be filled with the knowledge of his will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding." (KJV)

About the Author

Donna Reimel Robinson is a member of the JOY Writers, a local critique group. As a pastor's wife, she heads up the music ministry of their church. In her spare time, Donna enjoys sewing, reading, and watching DVDs of Murder, She Wrote. The Robinsons have four children, two children in-law, and six grandchildren. They live in Denver, Colorado. Visit Donna's website at

It's Monday which means the end to a relaxing weekend. What were some ways you relaxed over the weekend?


  1. I love Donna's writing. I can't wait to read her next book!

  2. Thanks, Tonya! (And thanks for your post on Facebook.)

  3. Donna, I love your humor. You are such an asset to JOY Writers! Many congrats on this new book!

  4. Read your book cover to cover the first day I got it. I enjoyed it so much I gave it to my daughter to read. Found her curled up in the recliner with your book and a cup of tea the other night. A delightful read!

  5. How exciting, Paula! I'm so glad you enjoyed my book. And thanks to Sarah for her info on applying makeup that made its way into Chapter Four!

  6. dcgallagher@verizon.netMay 24, 2011

    Donna -- I loved the book -- a lot of romance, a little cliff hanging, fun/gracious/delightful characters -- I wish it were longer. I think I'm going to reread the series! Please publish more! Debbie

  7. Debbie, thanks so much! You are one of my best fans!

  8. Lisa GallupMay 25, 2011

    I loved reading your first two books and look forward to reading the third one also. What is the best way to order it? Or are you coming to TX anytime soon :)

  9. I'm glad you enjoyed the first two books, Lisa. If you want to order the third book, the easiest way would be to go to my website ( and click on the "Order Now" button. That will take you to the Heartsong website, where you can order it.

  10. Oops! My website address is: (with an "s" on Books)

  11. Donna, I LOVE your writing and your characters. Your books are a joy to read. :) It's been so fun seeing how they've progressed from start to finish in crit group. You've taught me a lot about writing through example. Thanks!

  12. Thank you, Jill! I enjoy working in our critique group also. The Lord put that group together!