Reviewing Sage and Sweetgrass

We got home Friday. I’ve be honest, Monday was rough. My communication device is also my computer, and I was trying to get everything back the way I like it, and one thing after another kept messing me up. But anyway. Things have gotten better yesterday and today, and for that I am truly grateful.


I am also grateful for Loree Peery, and these amazing books she has written. I am reviewing the third book in her Frivolities series, and am happy to report that there are two more in this series, and not just one like I had thought… Anyway, today I am going to be reviewing the book called, “Sage and Sweetgrass”.


Sage loves working with horses. Horses are easier for him to get along with than humen. His precious daughter and grandson are the exceptions to that. Having lost his wife to cancer years ago has left him angry at God. Why did He let a wonderful woman suffer so much? Sage kind of drifts through life, working and loving his small family, until he decides to sell a piece of old furniture.


Lanae lost her beloved husband years ago. But after overcoming an illness, she wants to live, and love, never. She was actually reading single ads when she came across furniture she knew she had to have for their Frivolities shop. But one look at Sage made her put away her single ads. A mystery unfolds that Lanae feels she has to solve.


Lanae is beautiful and seems very at home on a ranch, but how can Sage allow her to snoop in his family’s secrets? Is he really ready to fall in love again? More importantly, can he give his heart to the Lord again.


Find this amazing book at White Rose Publishing.

One Response to “Reviewing Sage and Sweetgrass”

  1. LoRee Peery Says:

    Sarah, I was on vacation and missed this post. Thank you for taking the time to read and review Lanae and Sage’s story. You are a blessing to me.

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