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Sage It Out: Cozy Mystery Psychic Romance Novel (Harrington Bay Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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.
If you like a cozy mystery with a psychic flavor, you'll love this hilarious tale with feline antics.
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Svetlana Tishchenkoon, Amazon Review
"I really enjoyed reading this book. The characters are easy to relate to and you want to keep reading to see what happens next."
Melody Noe-carroll, GoodReads Review
"I laughed a lot through this as Rose got into one mess after another. I would recommend this to anyone that enjoys cozy mysteries."
Linda, GoodReads Review"
"Adorable book about rose and Sage. They're best friends forever. Just keeps you involved until the end and leaves you wanting more."
Jackie, GoodReads Review
"A fast paced cosy mystery with humour, a psychic, a cat on a leash, hunky men and a HEA. What more could you ask for."
Lorelei Moir, GoodReads Review
About the Author
- ASIN : B0719N8F4C
- Publication date : August 15, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 1511 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 146 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #900,116 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #357 in Teen & Young Adult Clean & Wholesome Romance eBooks
- #3,385 in Cozy Culinary Mystery
- #5,948 in Teen & Young Adult Contemporary Romance
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Nathan and his partner, Officer Tom Frost, show up at the shop looking for the person who called in asking about the missing girl but wouldn’t leave a name. Rose needs them to help her with finding the girl. But Rose has always been protective and tried not to let people know about Sage’s visions so, with the best of intentions, they are willing to lie to cover up some of that information. When Mrs. Wilkinson called Rose’s name, Sage answered each time, so the police had the wrong name for the wrong one. Rose decided to continue the misidentification which starts the confusion off! Lying to the police never turns out well – they always know when you do. And Nathan has had a bad personal experience in the past with a woman’s lies and betrayal. Will the four of them be able to help the little girl? Or will they hopelessly clutter up the investigation and make things worse?
First, I absolutely loved the cover! Then reading the cute story line and meeting the quirky characters made the entire thing a wonderful experience. Humor most especially draws me into a book, and this one has plenty of it! The reader must be willing to not look too closely at police procedure details and just enjoy the interactions and by-play to experience this fun read! If you are a stickler for details, you could go a little crazy…
This book was a cozy mystery tribe selection for August. Glad it was, cuz found new author.
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I originally got this book in a special kindle group collection of many romance authors. I bought the paperback edition because I found reading from electronic screens too hard on my eyes. This book has slightly larger print then many paperbacks and is easy to read.