Police line, do not cross.
Rose Devlin is a fun friend with a good heart. Sage Tanton is her BFF with a psychic sense for trouble.
Protective of her family and friends, Rose is confident she can handle any situation without Sage’s supernatural intervention. But then the unthinkable happens. Rose’s action triggers one of Sage’s visions about a child in danger. And once again, her life is turned upside down.
Getting the police involved throws Rose an unexpected romantic curveball. So, she does what she does best – jumps in feet first and finds herself out of the proverbial herbal teapot and into the flames.
Liar, liar, pants on fire, Detective Nathan Bryant knows that gorgeous woman he just met is not only deceitful but could be entirely insane. Now he can’t stop lusting after her. Can a determined police detective help Rose achieve her long sought-after redemption or will they both retreat behind their yellow tape and lose out on love? Trust is a gift either has yet to give.
I read this book in a couple of days. I laughed and I cried. Overall, I enjoyed this very kind, light and heartwarming novel very much.
The main characters are adorable, even the cat Mataba. They are all likable. You’d want to be friends with them and sit at their table drinking tea and eating honey buns. The story is a bit convoluted in places (there is no murder, no gross details, not much blood at all) but it gets readers to the happy ending.
Sage It Out is not straightforward mystery or murder mystery. It is a love story and a story of opening up, friendship, mother-child relationships and all the good things in life. It’s a story about losing and wining trust and believing in happily ever afters.
This is a very quick book to read. Too bad it lasted me only a couple of train rides.
Author’s Note at the end of the book – about her wanting to bring joy, happiness and warmth into her readers life – sealed my opinion of this book. Sage It Out has done exactly this – brought warmth and joy.