Book Review: Mistletoe and Sage by Lyn Cote

Mistletoe and Sage by Lyn Cote

Northern Intrigue Series Book 4

Sweet Christmas Kisses, 3

Clean, Wholesome Romance and Mystery, Holiday

73 pages/ Nov 29, 2016



New deputy in town, a single mom, two wounded hearts with a puzzle to solve together–will love spark under the mistletoe? Sage Dietz lost her first love and must now raise little Tucker alone. Garrett Connolly thought he’d found a lasting love, but instead has left his home for a new start. Fellow deputies, Sage and Garrett find themselves working side by side to solve escalating vandalism aimed at the influx of affluent residents in their small northwoods town. Who is targeting the homes of new people who bring so many needed jobs and fresh cash to the struggling community? On the personal side, can Sage feel love again? Is Garrett chancing a rebound romance, a big mistake? And should fellow deputies be feeling more than friendship? Welcome back to Steadfast, Wisconsin, a town with people and mysteries you may never forget.


Sweet story/romance with a bit of mystery. Made me interested in the series – will have to check them out. Discovered via the Sweet Christmas Kisses 3 boxset. Not really a Christmas story. Bit of religious/inspirational vibe. Good Read.






Cote  In 1997, Lyn Cote’s first book, Never Alone, was chosen for the “new” Love Inspired romance line. Since then, Lyn has had over thirty-five novels published. In 2006 Lyn’s book, Chloe, was a finalist for the RITA, and her book Her Patchwork Family was a finalist for the Carol Award in 2010 and Her Healing Ways won in 2011. These are two of the highest awards in the romance genre. Lyn’s brand “Strong Women, Brave Stories,” always includes three elements: a strong heroine who is a passionate participant in her times, authentic historical detail and a multicultural cast of characters. Lyn also features stories of strong women both from real life and true to life fiction on her blog Lyn also can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads. Drop by and “friend or follow” her. Now living her dream of writing books at her lake cottage in northern Wisconsin, Lyn hopes her books show the power of divine as well as human love.


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