A Woman Called Sage

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They took away everything she loved … now, she’s out for revenge.
Sage Morrow had it all: life on a beautiful Colorado ranch, a husband who adored her, and a baby on the way. Until five ruthless gunmen rode up to their ranch and changed her life forever.
Now Sage is a bounty hunter bent on retribution. Accompanied only by her majestic hawk, she travels throughout the Rocky Mountains in search of injustice, determined to stamp it out wherever ...
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Overview

They took away everything she loved … now, she’s out for revenge.
Sage Morrow had it all: life on a beautiful Colorado ranch, a husband who adored her, and a baby on the way. Until five ruthless gunmen rode up to their ranch and changed her life forever.
Now Sage is a bounty hunter bent on retribution. Accompanied only by her majestic hawk, she travels throughout the Rocky Mountains in search of injustice, determined to stamp it out wherever it’s found. The stakes are raised when two young boys are kidnapped and Sage is forced to work with Marshall Parker Timmons to rescue them. But Sage may ultimately get more than she bargained for.
In this exciting historical romance set in the late 1800s, murder, intrigue, kidnapping, and questions of faith will keep you in suspense until the final words of this A Woman Called Sage unabridged audio download.
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“Put a female bounty hunter with a huge chip on her shoulder in late-1800s Colorado, add the skilled writing of DiAnn Mills, and you have a winner for sure. High-paced action, tension that twangs on every page, an impossible romance, and Sage, a character who will move into your heart and stay there. DiAnn Mills keeps getting better and better.” -- Lauraine Snelling

“DiAnn's phenomenal and has a focused heart for God. Her love of story and desire to share biblical application for daily living through her books is a tremendous blessing.” -- Tracie Peterson

“Once again, Mills delivers. A Woman Called Sage is a well-blended story of love, trust, and faith that you will remember long after you’ve read the final page.” -- Judith Miller

“From the first draw of the pistol to the last turn of the page, the tale of A Woman Called Sage left me breathless.” -- Kathleen Y'Barbo

'DiAnn Mills has created an unforgettable heroine in A Woman Called Sage. An engaging tale that will keep any reader turning pages until the unexpected ending. Don't pass on this one.' -- Lyn Cote

“A Woman Called Sage expertly combines the essential elements of storytelling: compelling characters, an intricate plot, and stakes as high as the Rockies themselves.” -- Nancy Moser

'Sage is such a well-balanced character of woman and bounty hunter, and the intrigue keeps the pages turning. Still, God's hand is clearly at work through all the conflict. A good read on every level.' -- Linda Windsor

'Loss and revenge, love and forgiveness. A Woman Called Sage brings it all to light in Colorado's rugged and majestic Rocky Mountains. Another riveting story by DiAnn Mills that has me waiting for the next Timmons family tale.' -- Mona Hodgson

'DiAnn Mills once more delivers a winner. In A Woman Called Sage, she has woven a historical saga destined to capture readers' hearts.' -- Irene Brand

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780310293293
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication date: 2/1/2010
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 358,196
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Award-winning author DiAnn Mills is a fiction writer who combines an adventuresome spirit with unforgettable characters to create action-packed suspense-filled novels. DiAnn’s first book was published in 1998. She currently has more than fifty books published. Her titles have appeared on the CBA and ECPA bestseller lists and have won placements through the American Christian Fiction riter’s Carol Awards and Inspirational Reader’s Choice awards. DiAnn won Christy Awards in 2010 and 2011.

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A Woman Called Sage

A Novel
By DiAnn Mills

Zondervan

Copyright © 2010 DiAnn Mills
All right reserved.

ISBN: 978-0-310-29329-3


Chapter One

Southeastern Colorado Summer, 1875

Life didn't get any better than having the love of a good man and his baby kicking against her ribs. Add a summer breeze to cool the heat of a southern Colorado sun and a bed of soft green grass tickling her feet, and Sage felt a slice of heaven had come to earth.

"Remember the first time I asked if I could come courtin'?" Charles propped himself on one arm and placed his hand on her mountainous stomach.

"Every minute of it. I was ordering sugar and coffee from the general store while Mama looked at yard goods, and you were asking about a rifle." She laughed. "You nearly rubbed the finish off that Winchester."

"But I bought it. You were wearing a blue bonnet and trying to look like you weren't watching me."

Just how did he know she had fought to keep from staring at him? Her childhood friend had grown into a handsome man. "Now, Charles, that's not true. You were pretending not to look at me."

He shook his head as though she were a naughty child. "You're right about me not being able to keep my eyes off you, but-Oh, I feel her kick. She's a strong one."

"You should feel him kick after midnight."

Charles kissed her stomach. "I couldn't remember when you'd gotten so pretty, and I vowed I wouldn't leave the store until you let me call on you." He shooed away a honeybee buzzing over them. "I turned that rifle over and over in my hands until you and your mama were finished with the storekeep. Sage became the most beautiful name I'd ever heard."

"No one can say my name like you or make me as happy."

He sat up and stared out at the cottonwoods in the distance; one had seen too many seasons, and its gnarled branches twisted to the sky like a crooked old man. Sage's pet wolf chased a rabbit, and the animal scampered away. Birds serenaded them as though they were the only two people in the world-well, three.

"We'll give our baby a fine life, Sage. You'll be the perfect mama because you're the perfect wife." He turned, and his brow etched into deep lines. "Every day I wake up next to you is a gift from God."

She started to sit up, and he helped her. "I will always remember the things you say to me because my heart says them back to you." She touched his face. "Here I am the size of a buffalo, and you're making me feel pretty. Oh-" Placing a hand on her stomach, she grinned. "He's kicking like he knows we're anxious for him to get here."

"It's a she."

She reached up to run her fingers through his thick, nut-colored hair, and envisioned a son with his papa's green eyes, sparkling like the stars. "He'll be here in about six weeks."

"Boy or a girl, it will be a fine baby. Elizabeth Sage."

"Timothy Charles." She smiled, admiring his broad shoulders. Oh, what a lucky woman she was.

There was a long pause before he spoke again. "I have something to tell you."

Her pulse raced faster than a hummingbird's wings. "Is the news good?" she said, hoping he wasn't leaving again. Those times were so hard to bear.

He caressed her face, gently, as he always did, so she wouldn't feel his calluses. "You can tell your father that after two weeks, we won't need him to help with chores anymore."

Sage held her breath. "You won't be traveling?"

"Nope. I head out three days from now, and I'll be back in less than ten days' time. Then I'm home for you and our baby and all of our babies to come, every day, for the rest of my life. I've sold the ranch up north, and I'm heading there to close the deal. We'll have enough money to buy more land here and maybe some cattle too."

She wrapped her arms around his neck and kissed him long and hard. He smelled like the outdoors, and she loved it. Loved him. At times her feelings frightened her, as though she didn't deserve Charles and his affections. Tears slipped down her face.

"I think you're pleased," he whispered.

"Very pleased."

"It's about time I ran this ranch myself and became a respectable husband and papa. Your father's right. I leave you alone much too often and depend on him to oversee the place." He laughed. "Who knows? Now he might learn to like me."

Having Charles and Papa enjoy each other's company would be next to perfect. Her tears flowed like a rushing stream-a steady occurrence of late, with the baby growing inside her. "You are more than I could ever ask for. We'll work this land together and raise a fine family."

His gaze grew intense, as though he had something more he wanted to say but couldn't bring himself to speak.

Had he and Papa argued again? "What is it?"

He shook his head. "A man has no right to be this happy."

"Or a woman." She heard his stomach growl. "I think we need to head back home so I can finish supper. Can't have my husband starving."

He kissed her nose, each cheek, and her lips. "There, I just had dessert first."

Charles whistled for Wolf to join them, then pulled her to her feet. The gray and white female bounded toward them. Sage patted the animal's head, and Charles laughed. Her pet wolf was the talk of neighboring ranches, but Sage had tamed her. Just like Charles had tamed some of Sage's wildness but not her spirit.

Hand in hand they walked the mile back to their ranch. While Charles fed the livestock, Sage checked on a fork-tender beef roast that had been simmering most of the afternoon, along with potatoes, onions, and green beans. She rolled out biscuits and added another log to the fire before baking them. For a moment, she stole a whimsical glance at the cradle Papa had built and the tiny quilt Mama had stitched. Baby clothes draped over the side. Soon. Very soon.

Grasping the vegetable basket, she hurried outside for fresh tomatoes. From the shade of a juniper, she squinted into the sun and saw men riding near the west pasture and the creek that wound through the ranch.

"We got company," she said to Charles, who was pumping water into the cattle trough.

He caught a glimpse of the men and snatched up his rifle from where it leaned against the trough. "Sage, get inside the house. Now! Fetch your rifle and be ready to use it."

As clumsy as she felt with the weight of the baby, Sage raced to the porch, up the three steps, and inside the house. The tone of his voice had shaken her. He'd never used it before.

He knows who they are.

The loaded Winchester rested in the corner nearest the door. The moment she wrapped her fingers around the metal barrel, the gravity of Charles's warning sent an icy chill up her spine. Who were those men? Or was Charles simply being cautious?

She glanced out the open door toward the riders. Charles had moved into the shadow of the barn, his rifle resting against his shoulder. She closed the door just enough to see outside and shoot.

The four men were a dirty lot, but that wasn't anything unusual.

"Stop right there," Charles said. Wolf growled, and Charles didn't hush her.

"Not until we get what we came for," one of the men said. "We know it's here."

"There's nothing on this ranch that belongs to you. Consider yourself warned. There's more than one rifle fixed on you."

"Liar. Ain't no one here but you and your Injun woman. We came to get what's owed to us, and we ain't leavin' until we have it. We can tear this place apart with or without your say-so."

"This is your last chance," Charles said. "Get off my land."

"When we have our money and you're dead."

"Kill me and you'll have more trouble than you ever thought."

Sage held her breath, straining to listen to every word. She wanted to shout at Charles to give them whatever they wanted. And why did they want him dead? All she and Charles had of value was livestock. The men could have driven them off and been gone.

Before she could further contemplate the situation, a shot rang out, and Charles fell backward. Sage gasped and rushed onto the porch. Another shot, and Wolf sprawled out beside Charles. Something seized her-a mixture of fury and panic. She stumbled down the steps, tripping in her awkwardness.

"Charles!" He didn't move, no matter how loudly she screamed his name. Blood poured from his chest and spilled onto the ground. The men laughed, and she stared up at them, memorizing each grimy face.

The one who had shot Charles pointed his rifle at her. "Tell us where the money is or you can join him."

"We don't have any money. Take the cattle and horses."

"I won't ask again."

She stared into his face, memorizing the dark, curly hair and hollow, wide-set eyes. With Charles's body at her feet, revenge rose in her spirit. She raised the rifle, but too late. He fired.

(Continues...)



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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2012

    Amazing Book!!

    This was the first book by DiAnn Mills that I have read and I truly loved it. Sage is a strong woman who was mad at God, but eventually let God work through her with awesome results. This is a must read book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2011

    Exciting romantic mystery

    In the late 1800s Sage has everything_a husband, a child on the way, and a beautiful ranch in Colorado. Then she has nothing_a band of lawbreakers shoot and kill her husband and wound her, causing her baby to be stillborn. Half Ute Indian, Sage becomes a bounty hunter in the Rocky Mountains, especially looking for the men who killed her husband. They find her first, kidnap two children and force her and Marshall Timmons to come after them. Her hardened exterior guards the heart of a woman, a heart she feels warming as she gets to know Marshall Timmons. Mills gives us a story of murder mystery, kidnapping, romance and strengthened faith. The first few pages will grab you and not let you go till you read the last page. Great characterization of a strong woman with a heart capable of love.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2011

    Great Book!

    This was my first Nookbook. It was captivating from the very beginning. I loved the way the author brought in Christian beliefs to the story. As far as I am concerned, this is a much read for any christian fiction enthusiast.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2011

    Pretty good!

    Nice story line of a courageous woman finding her husbands killer. It was filled with suspense, love, and faith. Would recommend if you like historical fiction with a little Christian mixed in.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 21, 2012

    Enjoyable

    I just finished this book and it was a wonderful book to read. A book that brings you back to the old west with a touch of history in it. Keeps you captive through the book. Nice clean read.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2011

    Great reading.

    Wonderful book would recommend it highly.Wish it was longer.Loved the story.Would like to read a sequeal.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    Excellent book. First time i have read Diann MIlls books. Will purchase the sequel. Outstanding!

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  • Posted February 17, 2011

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    Recommend

    Really enjoyed. Plan to check her other books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2011

    Good Read

    I truly enjoyed this book. Better than I expected. Looking to read some more of DiAnn Mills writings.

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  • Posted January 21, 2011

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    Originality Makes A Woman Called Sage a Great Read

    A Woman Called Sage by DiAnn Mills gives us an imaginative look at a female bounty hunter in 1980's Colorado. Sage Morrow has been bounty hunting for eight years bringing in wanted men and giving the bounty to the widows and orphans of the victims. Bounty Hunting is a means to an end. Finding the men that murdered her husband drives her. A half bred woman with a red tail hawk as her companion sets her apart from other bounty hunters. She is both admired and scorned. Now so close to apprehending those very men she finds herself with more questions than answers.
    Marshall Parker Timmons is determined to go after the men who have killed his brother and kidnapped his nephews. The town fears the McCaw gang and no one will go with him except Sage. Timmons can barely move after being badly beaten by the gang and at first refuses to allow a woman to help him. He grows to respect this very independent, unorthodox woman as together they rescue his nephews from the very gang that killed her husband. When Sage is wounded during the rescue and nearly dies Parker realizes he cares for her. Sage has steeled her heart against both men and God. Her desire for revenge and justice leaves no room in her heart for love or forgiveness. When Aiden McCaw claims to know her husband her desire for the truth almost overwhelms her.
    Sage and Parker must deal with a hypocritical preacher, a terrorized townspeople and misinformation regarding her husband. Their dilemma speaks to every reader's faith on some level. A Woman Called Sage not only entertains but reminds the reader to rely on the wisdom of God and trust Him to show us the truth.

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  • Posted July 26, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    "A Woman Called Sage" by DiAnne Mills

    In this book, A Woman Called Sage, DiAnn writes a gripping story of a woman bounty hunter, Sage Morrow, who has a hawk as her traveling pet, who is seeking justice against the outlaws that ended her dreams of a life with Charles. It's a toss-up between justice and revenge. Which one will win out?

    Bounty hunters are typically rough and tough surly men, but Sage has the same grit and determination as her male counterparts, coupled with the tenderness of a woman. She has gained a reputation across the West because of her tenacity, determination and ability to bring in outlaws. She has the knowledge and sense of tracking that is equal to or better than some men.

    She teams up with Marshal Parker Timmons of Rocky Falls, CO, when she brings in one of the outlaws, Aiden McCaw, of the McCaw brothers' gang, out from the Rockies.

    Once you've read one of DiAnn Mills' books, you're hooked! Her stories are action-packed, page after page, chapter after chapter, all the way to the very end of the book. She's very descriptive of the mountainous terrain and trails, the dangers her characters encounter, the intricate details of tracking, and the travails they endure. Danger, murder, tension, grief, love, laughter-it's all there. If you are looking for adventure, look no further than DiAnn's books! There is no lack of adventure!

    DiAnn does extensive research on the territory and era, so you are living the scenes with the characters in the late 1800s in the West.

    DiAnn's heart is to incorporate the Christian faith in her characters' everyday life. Some have lost their way, others have yet to find it. Which ones will find their way back, and which ones will find it for the first time?

    This book was provided by DiAnn for my honest review. It's my great pleasure to recommend DiAnn's book for adventure and inspiration.

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  • Posted May 25, 2010

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    A Woman Called Sage

    Set in the 1870's Sage Morrow has it all, a wonderful husband, a baby on the way, a ranch that is doing well. But life changes dramatically for Sage, when one afternoon, four men ride up to their ranch and shoot and kill Sage's husband, and shoot her and leave her for dead, causing her son to be born prematurely and his death.

    Not understanding why this has happened, she leaves her home and goes to stay with the Ute tribe, her mother's people and learn the ways of tracking. She becomes a bounty hunter with one thought in her mind, find the men who shot them, and get revenge. Along the way, she turns her back on the faith she was raised in, and doubts that God cares about her, or her prayers.

    Traveling into the Rocky Mountains, Sage does not realize she has been set up for revenge against her, by a notorious gang of killers. In fact the very gang of killers who killed her husband. This book is a lively paced book, moving through an exciting story that will have you on the edge of your seat. Will Sage survive her revengeful spirit? Will justice be served? How many people will be hurt before this horrible nightmare comes to an end?

    DiAnn Mills has written an awesome historical romance that you will not want to put down. 303 pages $12.99 US 5 stars

    This book was provided for review purposes only

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  • Posted May 11, 2010

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    Exciting romantic mystery

    In the late 1800s Sage has everything-a husband, a child on the way, and a beautiful ranch in Colorado. Then she has nothing-a band of lawbreakers shoot and kill her husband and wound her, causing her baby to be stillborn. Half Ute Indian, Sage becomes a bounty hunter in the Rocky Mountains, especially looking for the men who killed her husband. They find her first, kidnap two children and force her and Marshall Timmons to come after them. Her hardened exterior guards the heart of a woman, a heart she feels warming as she gets to know Marshall Timmons. Mills gives us a story of murder mystery, kidnapping, romance and strengthened faith. The first few pages will grab you and not let you go till you read the last page. Great characterization of a strong woman with a heart capable of love.

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  • Posted May 10, 2010

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    Female Bounty Hunter

    Thank you to CFBA and Zondervan for my copy of this western mystery. The plot keeps the reader interested as Sage, a part Indian bounty hunter searches for the killer of her husband and unborn child. She's been trained in the ways of the Ute Tribe to survive in the wild, and these skills enable her to hunt for the killer. Her adventures keep the pages turning.

    In addition, romance weaves its spell with three suitors! That's the only glitch I see: after all, how can one disinterested woman capture so many hearts?

    An interesting character is Hawk, a red-tailed hawk that Sage has nursed from infancy. They have a unique bond, and he communicates with her--not verbally, of course. If you like western adventure stories, you'll like this one.

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  • Posted May 1, 2010

    Wonderful Christian and Western Romance!

    Ms. Mills has combined life in the west during the 1800's, romance, Christian faith and rolled it all into one really, really good book.
    I highly recommend this book...you won't regret reading it!

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  • Posted April 4, 2010

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    This is a superb western romance

    In 1875 in Colorado, Sage and Charles love one another deeply. They look forward to their first child. However, four dirty gunmen who apparently know Charles arrive at their ranch demanding money. The leader shoots and kills Charles; Sage memorizes the face of the only one talking before he shoots her.

    Two years later, Sage thanks Tall Elk for teaching her how to hunt the predators who killed her husband and her unborn, and left her for dead. She vows one day justice will be served her style as she becomes a bounty hunter.

    By 1882 Sage has made little progress in finding the face that haunts her nightmares. She learns of Aiden McCaw and his murderous brothers killing a rancher near Rocky Falls. With Hawk she captures Aiden who threatens her and knew Charles, but she takes him to Marshal Parker Timmons. He is at the funeral of his murdered brother; killed by Aidan's siblings. His nephews Davis and John are missing while his ribs are broken by the brothers as a warning. Still Sage and Parker go after the killers praying they can rescue the two youngsters. As the pair ignores their attraction because the kids come first, each will find their past catching up to them.

    This is a superb western romance starring a unique heroine and a tough lawman. The support cast is solid as the townsfolk especially the Preacher, Hawk and the vile villains augment the plot, while the exciting story line is enhanced by the mystery of why Charles was murdered. Still the title character brings a special avenging redemption making A Woman called Sage a strong Reconstruction Era tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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