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Loving Sage: A Rowan Sibling Novel (Wiccan Haus Book 26) Kindle Edition
Chad Kodiak has everything he could want in a mate. She is as beautiful as she is kind. For seven long years, he lives on the island housing the Wiccan Haus, guarding and protecting. Hoping one day his mate might remember who he is.
Memories long repressed…
Sage Rowan loves her life. She loves the island and loves helping people. Years have passed since tragedy hit her family, and she has finally found peace. Or so she thinks until a trip to a sweat lodge reveals memories long suppressed. Can she trust those around her or the life she has led?.
Can a bear shifter protect what is his without ever letting on they are mates? Or will the forces working against them force his hand too soon. Things are churning around them, and only they can make it happen.
Welcome back to the Wiccan Haus.
- ASIN : B07Z5D467L
- Publisher : Decadent Publishing LLC (October 29, 2019)
- Publication date : October 29, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 401 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 113 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,588,001 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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We begin this story with Chad waiting for the ferry to arrive. Chad is a Kodiak Bear and works security at the Wiccan Haus. He’s also Kalina’s godfather, sort of, she’s Rekkus and Dana’s daughter. So yes, he has important duties on the island…oh! He’s also Sarka’s bodyguard too. He’s a busy bear, but on top of it all, he keeps watch on Sage, his mate. Sage and Dana are on the ferry after some time on the mainland and the overprotective men are being a tad impatient. Just so you all know, eight or maybe ten years before this, the Rowan family had been attacked. Many of the sisters and cousins had been murdered, and I assure you all it is not easy to just get over. Shortly after this, Chad met Sage and they went on a date. She was emotionally unable to deal…with anything and turned him away. Then, oh boy, and then Sage decided she needed a ‘glamour’ of sorts to help her be able to function after the tragedy. Getting the glamour was a tragedy in and of itself because Sage ended up being fed on by four vampires. Rekkus saved her and handed her off to Chad while he took care of the vampires.
Sage healed from that, but spent all the years until now not remembering a thing. She didn’t remember the vampires, she didn’t remember the date with Chad and she very definitely didn’t remember Chad telling her she was his mate. On her return, Sage is being not quite clingy with Chad, but she couldn’t get him out of her mind during her trip. Poor Sage starts having terrifying nightmares now that she’s back. She doesn’t understand it but she feels safe with Chad. Eventually, all the non-island Rowans are being attacked. Again. Janessa and Silvano from Breaking the Mating Bond, Book 17, arrive for safety and healing. Eventually there are two attacks on Rowan’s on the island too! Yes, things are stressful. Eventually, the block to Sage’s memory is gone and she can remember everything.
This story isn’t an overnight story. It takes time to deal with the attacks and what happened to Sage years ago. No, this isn’t a few years in one book though. All right. I have read all of the Wiccan Haus books, enjoyed some more than others, but the series is quite good. None of the books are dependent on the others, but I highly recommend you read them in order so you understand the supporting characters and the ‘rules’ of the island. If you haven’t read any other Wiccan Haus book, I recommend reading Shifting Hearts (Book 1), Siren's Serenade (Book 4), Healing His Soul's Mate (Book 13) and Breaking the Mating Bond (Book 17) as well. I have loved what Ms. Eastwick’s written for Decadent Publishing but I adore what she does with Wiccan Haus specifically. Her Wiccan Haus characters are excellent and her twists and turns keep me riveted. I was quite breathless when Sage remembered everything that happened, but I was overjoyed with the Happily Ever After ending she gave us with Chad and Sage. I know I received this book via BookSprout to review, but I actually pre-ordered it on Amazon beforehand and refused to cancel the order. I love Ms. Eastwick’s works and I can’t wait to read more Wiccan Haus!
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I am so happy that Sage got her HEA, and I look forward to reading the next installment in this epic series
This was an enjoyable sweet and romantic story line. Chad’s patience with Sage’s memory loss must have been very painful to him, especially for the length of time it took for her to become whole again; but he was patient and loving until she could become the mate she was meant to be. Grab your copy and enjoy!
This is a well-written romance with a few plot twists in it that make for some serious angst and drama but it finally resolves in a happily ever after. After all the tears and pain, the love these two find is amazing! 💗🔥💕
This is part of the Wiccan Haus Series but it reads really well as a standalone too. 😍
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