A Woman Named Sage

I finished A Woman Called Sage by DiAnn Mills last night, but it was too late to put this up. I also finished it in two and a half days but that other half day I couldn’t decide what to read.
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Sage Morrow is on the hunt for the men who killed her husband and child seven years ago. By doing that she sets out as a bounty hunter, bringing in outlaws while searching. She promised herself that she’s not going to stop until the men are dead, and she always keeps her promises.
Marshall Parker Timmons wants the McCaws out of town. He also wants them hung for how many people they’ve killed, especially because they killed his friend and brother. So, he sends out for help to capture Aiden McCaw and who would answer but Sage Marrow.
Now Sage and Parker have to negotiate the mountains while protecting a town, not being found by the enemy, and not getting shot. Also, can the love they feel growing sprout into something more.
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Now, one thing you can’t complain about this story is that it starts out slow. Someone’s picking up a gun within the first chapter.
Also, all the characters that are killed in this book you don’t really get attached to them. Partly because the author didn’t allow the reader too much information about the characters and partly because the characters weren’t a large part of the story. That can be a good thing or a bed thing depending on your opinion.
Throughout the story, suspense is there. Not only are the odds awful, but the McCaws watching the town. The author weaves the suspense perfectly with the romance. But I think that if you enjoy suspense books without romance or don’t like to read romance this book probably isn’t for you.
Romance as stated above is throughout as well. One of the thoughts that ran through my head, about Sage, at the end of the story was that she must have been beautiful to have chase after and/or fall in love with her. I think the romance coincided perfectly with the suspense. DiAnn Mills has a way to make a romance perfect for adults and teens because she keeps her romances clean.
Again, this is a Christian book and it’s apparent throughout. There is a lot of prayer and a lot of talk about God. One of the worst characters in this story just so happens to be the minister. He judges everyone using God’s name and ruins reputations because HE doesn’t like what their not God.
Overall, I loved this book and I love how well it wrapped up at the end, not everyone can finish a book well. DiAnn Mills is quickly becoming one of my personal favorite authors. I’d say it’s perfect for those who love historical romantic suspenses. I give it four out of five.
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Thanks for reading. I hope you found it helpful. If there’s anything you want me to review don’t hesitate to ask.
Until next time.
-Danyelle

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