Category Archives: Farm Lit

Grand Prize Winner | Valerie Comer Marathon

 

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SOPHIE

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Week #4 Winner | Valerie Comer Marathon

 

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TRIXI

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Week #3 Winner | Valerie Comer Marathon

 

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CAROLYN

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Week #2 Winner | Valerie Comer Marathon

 

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TAMMY

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Berry On Top | Valerie Comer

 


Today I am reviewing Berry On Top, the sixth book in the Farm Fresh Romance series by Valerie Comer.

Here is a brief synopsis:

God forgave him — but can she?

Liz Nemesek’s first visit home in forever is tough enough before Mason Waterman shows up.

Despite her best efforts, she’s never forgotten — or forgiven — him for the hurt he once caused.

Former bad boy Mason Waterman has returned to northern Idaho to raise his five-year-old twins.

The kids are determined to find a new mommy, but Liz is the last person they should latch onto… and the last person he should find himself falling for. Again.

If Mason has really changed, can Liz re-open her heart to him… and to the God who could have prevented her decade of heartache?

 

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MY THOUGHTS:

I’m sad to say goodbye to the Farm Fresh Romance series by Valerie Comer

If you’ve been reading my reviews for the past few years, you will understand how emotional I get over my favorite books. This series has been a wonderful example to my family. Because of the wonderful examples in this series, we strive harder to recycle, repair, re-use, and re-learn.

Someday, if I ever get the opportunity, I’d love to convert a couple of silos into a quiet, little writer’s retreat for myself, but also for other writers in my family who need time away from everyone, in order to get a project finished.

Berry On Top does a superb job of portraying the hurt and anguish Liz feels . . . coming home, and coming face-to-face with Mason again. Will she ever be able to get past the hurt?

You won’t know until you read the book. Not only does Valerie bring their story to light, but any other problems are resolved, too, in one way or another.

But I’m not going to give away too much and spoil the book for you. Read it. Just read it.

My very best advice to you is to read the entire series – as soon as possible. Start with book one – Raspberries and Vinegar. You can download it on your e-reader for free! Once you finish it, you’ll be in a hurry to read the rest of the series.

Each story in this series is romantic, encouraging, and inspiring — with down-to-earth advice for all who read them. Take it from me, you won’t forget the characters, the good sense, and the helpful advice.

And maybe, just maybe, you’ll be encouraged to start your own farm fresh way of life.

Happy Reading!

 

And don’t forget to check out the intro post to find out how you can WIN!

VALERIE COMER: JANUARY 2017 MARATHON

 

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Review © 2017 DJ Mynatt

 

 

Plum Upside Down | Valerie Comer

 


Today I am reviewing Plum Upside Down, the 5th book in the Farm Fresh Romance series by Valerie Comer.

Here is a brief synopsis:

Topsy-Turvy… or Right-Side Up?

Green Acres newcomer Chelsea Riehl is annoyed she’s assigned to farm work alongside the only other single, a faith-filled hippie with a missionary vision.

She’d hoped to organize events and keep her heart safe, not pit plums with annoying Keanan Welsh.

Discouraged by Chelsea’s lack of spiritual depth, Keanan is confused when she offers to arrange meals for the church Alpha program he is co-hosting.

Maybe he misjudged her, after all.

When fake it ’til you make it gives way to stepping out in faith, both Chelsea and Keanan have some soul-searching to do.

And while getting on the same page spiritually is a good start, other barriers may keep their budding romance from flipping right-side up.

 

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MY THOUGHTS:
Chelsea Riehl, Sierra’s sister, has finally decided to join her sister and their new friends at Green Acres Farm. But they keep assigning her boring things to do — and always with their “resident hippy” who, to put it mildly, gets on her nerves.

There’s not much organizing for her to do yet; even worse, she didn’t realize she would be putting in so many hours on cooking, gardening, etc. And the only single man nearby is not someone she would like to get to know better. What’s a girl to do? Will she stay put — or will she return home? After all, she’s still organizing events in her hometown . . . it would be easier to actually be there.

I sure hope I haven’t said too much. I’m always trying to not reveal any spoilers, because I really want you to read the book for yourself. It’s a great book . . . and . . .

I’m really thrilled to hear that it won’t be the last one in this series. Valerie does such an amazing job, promoting a farm fresh lifestyle in this series. The characters are fun, interesting, and life gets messy for them – just like it does for us.

Don’t miss out on this wonderful series.

Happy Reading!

 

And don’t forget to check out the intro post to find out how you can WIN!

VALERIE COMER: JANUARY 2017 MARATHON

 

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Review © 2017 DJ Mynatt

 

Dandelions For Dinner | Valerie Comer

 


Today I am reviewing Dandelions For Dinner, the 4th book in the Farm Fresh Romance series by Valerie Comer.

Here is a brief synopsis:

She hates him.

He loves her not.

Men are weeds. Allison Hart doesn’t need them in her carefully tended life, though her friends at Green Acres seem happy with their guys.

Why can’t Allison open her heart to anyone but her young nephew?

Then again, he’ll be a man one day, too. If only the irritating contractor in charge of building her home and farm school wasn’t the boy’s favorite person.

Fireworks with Brent Callahan’s newest client shift from antagonism to the rocky possibility of a relationship.

When he comes face to face with a history he’d much rather forget, he realizes hiding his failures isn’t the best option for finding forgiveness, let alone love.

Can a little boy help weed out the past before it chokes their future together?

 

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MY THOUGHTS:

Allison Hart means business. When she becomes a full partner with the other girls at Green Acres Farm, she arranged for a home for herself and a school to be built. The school was for the classes she planned to teach.

How did she know that Patrick, the man she made the arrangements with, would send a young, grouchy, dastardly-handsome-looking man to supervise her project.

I don’t want to give anything else away, so if you want to know what else happens, get the book and read it for yourself — and I hope you do just that! It’s great!

THe more I read Valerie’s Farm Fresh Romance series, the more I love it! The characters are fun, interesting, and this book, more than the others, really affected me. (Actually, it brought me to tears a few times, but it ended well). It might just be my favorite book of the whole series!

Don’t miss out on this wonderful series.

Happy Reading!

 

And don’t forget to check out the intro post to find out how you can WIN!

VALERIE COMER: JANUARY 2017 MARATHON

 

God bless you!

Review © 2017 DJ Mynatt

 

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