This novella is complete as far as solving the murder investigation that Sage is working on, somewhat on her own. You have to read the story to see how it all comes to be an investigation at all. It is all quirky just like the main character, bright but not too deep. For the most part Sage is a happy person with loyal friends and has found her true love. Each book adds to the romantic story-line of Sage and Carter, her love interest.
This is the shortest of the books so far, only around an hour or maybe a tad longer to read. In many ways, this series could be called more of a serial release. That is not bad, especially since often we have a limited time to read so a book that takes days or if time is limited weeks. These are short individual bites of life with a funny kooky character, sort of like a weekly sit-com. Perfect for those of us who must read on the go.
From the Author
Throughout my life I've had dogs, birds, frogs, lizards, rabbits and of course precious cats. My husband and I have a dozen bird feeders, two water fountains and multiple yard-art fixtures that we put food and water in for the critters.
Several years ago our cat of fifteen years passed away and we were going to wait awhile before getting another one but as the days went on we missed having a cat. It was during the winter so there weren't any kittens available. I searched all the shelters and saw pictures of an eight-month-old female, shorthair cat.
When we picked up Ardy from the Bremerton, Washington PAWS, they said we'd never be able to pick her up or touch her. She'd been abused. My husband played with her and instantly fell in love. We took her home and after many months of special care, she loves to be held. We laugh because she likes it so much she won't let you put her down.
We've added another cat to our household. A neighbor moved out and left Cheetos behind. Her and Ardy get along great.
All animals deserve a little time, patience and a good loving home.
PAWS is a wonderful organization. To volunteer your time or donate: you can contact them at paws.org/