Texas! Sage (Texas! Tyler Family Saga, #3)
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Texas! Sage (Texas! Tyler Family Saga #3)

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In the dramatic finale of #1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown’s popular Texas! trilogy, the headstrong youngest daughter of the Tyler family finally steps out of the shadows cast by her two older brothers. But forging her own path will take every ounce of savvy in Sage Tyler’s possession.

The youngest heir to her family’s oil fortune, Sage has always been the...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published February 1st 1992 by Bantam (first published 1991)
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Sage Tyler cannot believe it- dumped! By the mama’s boy she’d invested time and energy into making her husband. And to make things worse? In front of the arrogant shiftless, cowboy sent by her brothers to pick her up for the birth of her nephew.

The only thing she’s ever wanted was for her brothers to see her as a mature woman able to contribute to the family business, now she has to face them with this- a failed relationship?

Harlan Boyd, recently hired by Tyler Drilling, has a difficult...more

Sandra Brown'un Texas serisinin son kitabı Orjinal adı:Texas! Sage Aşk Bir Ayrılık Ötede ile seri bitmiş oldu..Serinin en güzel kitabı bence Chaase'in hikayesi idi.En çok onu beğendim.Fakat bu hikayede çok güzeldi ve çok güzel bir son ile hem hikaye hem seri bitmiş oldu. Hikayeye başlarda nedense adapte olamadım. Sage'in nişanlısı Travis ile olan diyaloğu terk edişi biraz beni sinirlendirdi..
Hikayenin kurgusunu çok beğendim olayları yazar çok güzel kurgulamış Aşk,Macera,Aile,Gizem temalarında ve...more
Gail Cooke
This is the first narration we’ve heard by Actors Studio member Coleen Marlo, and it’s prime listening as she captures the voice of our plucky heroine Sage Tyler. Marlo is an accomplished actress and knows not to imbue these characters with outre Texas accents but delivers her reading with subtle permutations of the sounds of the Lone Star State.

With TEXAS! SAGE, the final offering in the Tyler family trilogy thye focus is on Sage, a smart gal with an MBA from the University of Texas. Yes, she...more
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Texas! serisine Tyler kardeşlerin en küçüğü olan Sage'in hikayesi Aşk Bir Ayrılık Ötede ile veda ettik... İlk kitaptan sonuncuya kadar çok güzel yazılmış ve kurgulanmış romanlardı.. Ehh ne de olsa Sandra Brown gerçeğini unutmamak gerek :D Seride en sevdiğim kitap Chase'in hikayesiydi.. İlk kitabı okuduktan sonra o yaralı ve hayata küsmüş adama ne olacağının merakıyla beklemiştim çıkmasını ve beklediğime de değmişti.. En sevdiğim karakter de tartışmasız Lucky'di benim için.. Sage'in hikayesini me...more

Uzun zamandır beklediğim, Tyler kardeşlerin sonuncusu Sage ile tanışma zamanı gelmişti. Bana göre Sage, kardeşler arasında en sönük kalandı. Ve maalesef çoook beğendim diyemeyeceğim. Sanıyorum ki bu beğeni azlığının sebebi abilerinin özellikle Lucky'nin hikayesini çok sevmem. Sage'in hal ve tavırları da güçlü etkenler tabi ki.

Kitap bir ayrılık sahnesiyle başlıyor. Yani objektif bakıldığında (bu seriyi sevmeyi bir kenara bırakırsak) daha ilk sahneler de bir tutarsızlık söz konusu bana göre. Sa...more
While I did think that Sage was a brat for the first part of the book, I was happy to see that she didn't stay that way. For some reason Sage seemed to have a big chip on her shoulder, one that made her think that she didn't live up to her family's standard. I am not sure why she thought that.

I liked Harlan from the start, his country bumpkin ways had me laughing at times. I had a feeling that I knew what was going on with his past and loved how Sage kept trying to weasel info out of him.

The c...more
Texas Sage is the third story in the Texas Trilogy that follows the love lives of Sage and her brothers Lucky and Chase. I read this one first not realizing it was the last in the series but it turned out to be my favorite. Sage is the youngest of the Tyler clan and is trying to show her brothers she is no longer a little girl but a woman who wants to work for the family business, Tyler Drilling. At the same time, she is getting over a jilted love and feelings for the newest Tyler Drilling emplo...more
Some people will think Sage is too whiny or immature. I think she's the little sister of a couple of overprotective brothers, therefore, she deserves to be a little whiny and immature! She doesn't stay that way. Sandra does an amazing job with character growth. To say Harlan's the perfect guy for Sage to grow-up with is an understatement. This book's been on my shelf since the early '90s, and there it will stay, to be read and enjoyed until the pages fall apart and I have to resort to buying a d...more
This book, like the first two in the series, has some parts that just stop me cold because they're so unbelievable. It's actually a pretty good story, but Harlan blurting out "she might be carrying my baby" before there is ANY hint or indication that she actually is, is so unreal, it just stopped me in my tracks. NO man would ever do that! This series was the first I've read of Sandra Brown. Do all her books have a part where you just stop and go "not really...no...never" ?
I just cant get enough of Sandra Brown books. I read them one after another.

This one was really good.

And when i think about Sage and Harlan i smile every time.

And the book had the perfect end - just the way i like it. The perfect end of one amazing story.

I just love Sandra Brown writing style and everything else.

I'll review the book better later, now i want to read more of Sandra books.......
The "Texas! Tyler Family" trilogy was first published in 1990-1991, so it's a little bit older than other novels I usually read, and you can definitely tell that there is a lot of tradition going into the storyline. I read Envy, a 2002 thriller also by Sandra Brown, before reading Sage's story, and I think that may have weakened the plot for me.
I felt the romance in this book was forced, the chemistry between Harlan and Sage unrealistic and overdone to make it believable. There were a lot of mom...more
I read these years ago as a teenager, just out of curiosity really. I have no recollection of story, characters etc, but i do remember thinking they were utter tripe. Haven't read any of her other books and have no intention of ever doing so again.
I thought Sage was a bit of a spoiled brat at first, but she grew on me. I think it must be harder to write about a stong independent woman than a handsome, sexy cowboy. A satisfactory wrap up of a trhee book series.
Inês Beato
Este terceiro e último volume da saga da família Tyler está bastante equilibrado face aos outros dois. A história é interessante, apesar de simples e sem grandes desenvolvimentos a nível de personagens. A protagnista, Sage, é uma míuda bastante mimada, cujas acções muitas vezes me enervaram, de tão egoístas e pouco pensadas que foram. Mas à medida que o livro foi andando, fui ficando cada vez mais cativada.
O mais engraçado é, sem dúvida, a presença constante dos protagonistas das obras anteriore...more
This is part of a trilogy of three siblings that has a hint of intrigue but plenty of suspense. Chance and Lucky are also part of the set. A good read.
I received this book as a gift during one of the giveaways on author's FB page.

Sage is the third book in the Texas! series. A story of the youngest Tyler child and the only girl in the family. It starts with her fiance telling Sage that he's too tired of being with her and posting a newspaper story that he's marrying another woman several days after their break up. Unfortunately, when they were having a moment, they also had audience... And it didn't bode well for Harlan who overherd their discu...more
Overall this turned out to be a cute read! Started of really annoying though!!

At the beginning, Sage was behaving like a rude, spoiled, and stupid bimbo... Not only was she randomly mean to poor Harlan, but she was also rude to her whole family. She kept making drama over everything!! The fact that she was the youngest hardly justified her childish attitude and insecurities.... I couldn't quite understand where the huge chip on her shoulder came from! She was always acting like she'd been wrong...more
Limau Nipis
The first and only book that I read in the Texas series was Texas! Chase by Sandra Brown back in 1996. I forgot that the Texas! series consist of 3 books, and now I am able to find back the Texas! Sage, I will definitely reread back Texas! Chase and try to read Texas! Lucky by Sandra Brown.

Sage is the youngest in the family, having 2 older brothers, Chase & Lucky who always viewed her as their kid sister. But, she is now a woman, just got dumped by her fiancee, and has to prove to her brothers that she is a Tyler over and over.

I love the book b...more
Nóri Somogyi
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This story is the third in a series of three. At first I'll be frank; Sage was a bit on the whinny side and really didn't step up when she hit adversity. She's at the critical stage of having just obtained her master’s degree and her life plans blew up. Well Sage really starts showing her grit in the last third of the book, which I'm grateful for. Now the antagonist was Harlan Boyd, sexy drifter, troubleshooter and from the start sparks fly between these two. Unlike the first 2 in the series the...more
Sally Pearce
The first two books of this trilogy were about the brothers of the Tyler family. This last one is about their younger sister, Sage.

The basic plot is very similar to the first two. It does have a neat twist at the end that surprised me.

I do feel that the author went overboard on the sex in this one. It's fun to read a sexy trashy novel, but it can be overdone. Perhaps because I read all three in a row, I just got sick of the very explicit sexual descriptions. I think if I had spaced them out I mi...more
Jennifer Brown
Another good book by this author. Of course I started with the last book in this trilogy so I know what happens with the other family members, but that's ok. I will still go back and read the first few. I love romance novels and this one was just the right amount for me!
Can not finish this book. Not even sure how far I got, but not very. Harlan was the only character I liked and the fact of him being with Sage would have ruined it for me. I didn't care for the other characters that much and the mom annoyed me with her relationship, or lack thereof, with the sheriff. I also could not place the year, or era, this was supposed to be written in. It read like a historical romance with some newer technology thrown in, but pre computer/cell phone age. The narrator was...more
Rebecca Dean
I have lots of Sandra Brown books I have saved from the 1980's and 1990's. I am re-reading them to see which ones I want to keep.

I enjoyed this book, fun characters, but a little shallow. I will not be keeping this book.
This is a typical romance set in northeast Texas. Sage Tyler is jilted by her fiance, and a her brothers have sent Harlan Boyd, a gorgeous stranger to bring her home for the birth of her brother's child. Harlan is a drifter not the kind of man Sage wants to be tied up with. However, she is drawn to him and him to her like a moth to a flame. Her brothers are trying to make a go of the family business, and she decides she needs to be something more than the little sister and puts forth an offer to...more
Diah Didi
Semangat baca ini cuma gara-gara pengen ketemu lagi sama Chase dan Marcie. :D
Seperti layaknya seri-seri lain yang berhubungan tentang masing-masing anggota keluarga (Bridgerton, Hart, Hathaway, dll), saya suka komen2x keluarganya, keakraban mereka. Karna ini seri terakhir, nggak heran kalo Chase dan Lucky berikut istri-istri mereka, Marcie dan Devon, plus ibu mereka dan pacarnya, Pat, juga muncul banyak di sini. Makin seru karena udah merasa mengenal mereka. Apalagi komentar-komentar konyol mere...more
I really enjoyed this series. Great ending to the tyler family series. I loved Harlan, he was so fun to read. It took me a few chapters to warm up to sage. She came off as a brat to me, especially towards Harlan, who did nothing wrong. Of course Harlan could handle her, and didn't really take her crap. By the end of the book I wanted Harlan to be real. There was a cute little twist I did not expect or see coming. Which I think made the ending more sweet. Plus you got to see more of Lucky and cha...more
A fast read romance but fun along the way. Last of a trilogy.
Awesome book! I am in love with this story
I read and loved all 3 of the books in this trilogy. I wanted to go on reading about this family, and kept thinking about them long past turning the last page. Definately the sign of a good book, and the type of response that makes me want to pick up more by the author. I've read pleanty of Sandra Brown's and I love her books. I listened to one (Texas! Chase) on CD and my thoughts are still coming with a Texas accent. If you love a good love story about close knit families, these books hit the t...more
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