Today I am reviewing Wishes on Wildflowers, the fourth book in the Urban Farm Fresh Romance series by Valerie Comer.
Here is a brief synopsis:
Jasmine Santoro’s relationship with her older brother has never been great, but when she discovers he’s contracted Nathan Hamelin to help with their new family venture, she’s furious. She’s never forgiven her former boyfriend for dumping her and fleeing to L.A. eight years ago.
Nathan thought he was well over Jasmine. They were only kids back then, clearly too young for a committed relationship. Now his hopes to turn animosity to friendship blossom into more when he finds himself falling in love with Jasmine all over again. But when problems heat up with her brother, Nathan must decide if he’ll expose his past and risk losing her for good.
Are Jasmine’s growing feelings strong enough to remind her grace is needed for life and love?
The Urban Farm Fresh Romance series follows the adventures, romantic and otherwise, of a group of friends in the fictional neighborhood of Bridgeview in Spokane, Washington. A Christian romance series, these urban farming stories explore what an urban community focused on local food might look like: raising goats, chickens, and bees in the heart of the city while sharing in food projects and engaging in each others’ lives through community gardens and permaculture. Each story stands alone.
WISHES ON WILDFLOWERS… the FOURTH Urban Farm Fresh Romance by Valerie Comer! – Tweet this!
Jasmine Santoro fell in love with Nathan Hamelin and thought they’d marry and live happily every after. However, when Nathan realized how serious Jasmine was, he left Washington and moved to California! Oh sure, he switched colleges and tried to tell himself it was a good move for his career, but the truth was, he got scared and ran! Now he’s back — and Jasmine wants nothing to do with him.
I can’t say much more; I don’t want to give everything away, but let me assure you, the characters are colorful and the drama is nonstop!
Don’t miss this exciting sequel in the Urban Farm Fresh Romance series!
God bless you!
Review © 2018 DJ Mynatt