Monday, July 5, 2010

The Touch of Sage

This is the old cover

After the death of her parents, Sage Willows had lovingly nurtured her younger sisters through childhood, seeing each one married and never resenting not finding herself a good man to settle down with. Yet, regret is different than resentment.

Still, Sage found as much joy as a lonely young woman could find, as proprietress of Willows’ Boardinghouse—finding some fulfillment in the companionship of the four beloved widow-women boarding with her. But when the devilishly handsome Rebel Lee Mitchell appeared on the boardinghouse step, Sage’s contentment was lost forever.

Dark, mysterious and secretly wounded, Reb Mitchell instantly captured Sage’s lonely heart. But the attractive cowboy, admired and coveted by every young, unmarried female in his path, seemed unobtainable to Sage Willows. How could a weathered, boardinghouse-proprietress resigned to spinsterhood ever hope to capture the attention of such a man? And without him, would Sage Willows simply sink deeper into bleak loneliness—tormented by the knowledge that the man of every woman’s dreams could never be hers?

My Take:
This is a fun book to read!I read this book in one night I could not put it down.The older ladies made me laugh. The silly situations they got themselves into were so funny. The one thing I didn't like was Reb's mustache, so I just imagine him without it! You can't go wrong with a Marcia Lynn McClure book!

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  1. Loved the old ladies too! And you are right you can't go wrong with a MLM book!

  2. Kathy-

    I am glad you loved the old ladies :) They were so fun!