Savor It, A Review

Taylor Ellison
2 min readDec 25, 2023

Fisher’s job is moving him from a big city to a small town, where he meets Sage. Fisher is the single Uncle of his teenage niece after a family tragedy and is learning to navigate parenthood while juggling his career as a chef.

Sage, the bright-eyed, fabulous sunshine welcomes her new neighbor, Fisher and his niece, Indy. Fisher has been through a lot over the last several years, developing a tough exterior. That’s until he meets Sage and starts taking her sage advice.

This was more of a Hallmark-level book than an HBO Max-level book.

I prefer not to reveal too many tropes, as requested by my followers.

My Opinion
This is a feel-good, sweet book about overcoming loss and leaning on a support system. I found the slow burn to be appropriate, but there were times that I felt the two main characters were best friends and not lovers. This was a great story, but I would love to read more spice between the characters to show they were more than just best friends.

I did find there were unnecessary chapters, creating filler. I prefer a story that is captivating with every word and during every chapter.

Overall, I will be recommending this book to my audience and recommend to others. However, I will not be re-reading this book, myself.

4/5 stars. I enjoyed the book and will recommend to my audience.
2/5 spicy pepper emojis. Few spicy scenes and were very brief.



Taylor Ellison

Happily divorced, single mom, reviewing books and managing a Bookstagram account as if people actually care about what I have to say. Posting weekly.