Wedding Bells and Hoodoo Spells: Sage's Wedding - Melissa F. Miller

Wedding Bells and Hoodoo Spells: Sage's Wedding

By Melissa F. Miller

  • Release Date: 2018-11-19
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 5
From 10 Ratings


The Field Sisters return in another rollicking, romantic mystery from USA Today bestseller Melissa F. Miller!

When Sage and Roman’s wedding is cursed, Sage laughs it off … until everything starts going wrong in the days leading up to the big event.

Rosemary and Thyme come to the rescue. The three sisters (and their better halves) team up to get to the bottom of a longstanding feud between Roman’s family and a powerful Gullah Geechee conjurer and ensure that Sage’s happily ever after doesn’t become a disaster.


  • Fun, entertaining, so hard to put down!

    By ShannonS74
    Wedding Bells and Hoodoo Spells review What a fun book to read! I love the mystery that is interwoven in the details of the wedding of Sage and Roman. Learning about the hoodoo culture was fascinating and wove an element of historical culture throughout. As always, the book is so beautifully written that it is easy to imagine and feel yourself in the story with these characters. Sage, Rosemary and Thyme are three of my favorite characters and this book only endeared me to them even more. With every turn of the page, I found myself laughing, on the edge of my seat or even holding back tears. I couldn’t put the book down and then hated finishing it so quickly. Now I can’t wait for another to see what else this amazing cast of characters is up to. I was fortunate to receive an advance copy of this book.

    By Ellen/Oceanside
    WEDDING BELLS. AND HOODOO. SPELLS by Melissa Miller Sage is getting married, so far it has been mayhem, with no minster, no flowers.and parents needing a day pass. Even Roman’s grandmother says "it is cursed". Rosemary calls Roman, asking what is going on, replied ‘it was all his grandmother putting the idea in Sage’s mind that it was a long ago hex. He didn’t know about the three girls upbringing with the elementals. Or his aunt Denise having a spirit tree in her side garden. Or as some call it a bottle tree, for the good and bad spirits. Great combination for a story that will bring laughter as you read. To make the day special always takes a bit of magic. With siblings, family and in laws, they take it more seriously, bringing the broom, inviting spirits. A story to read again, or share with someone who is getting married. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.