Genre: #Romance #OppositesAttractRomance #SingleFatherRomance #BrothersBestFriendRomance #SmallTownRomance
POV: First-person dual perspectives
Kindle: 99 pages
My Rating: 4
Publication: April 18th 2020
Read: April 4th 2020 *Review copy provided by Enticing Journey Book Promotions
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Isabelle “Izzy” Harmon is home again. Literally. After landing her first teaching gig, Izzy has found herself sleeping in her old room on an ancient twin bed that squeaks whenever she moves. Sure, she loves Honeywell, Iowa but part of her wanted to move to civilization rather than return to her old life after graduating from college. Farm life is in her blood but so is the man who lives next door. It’s too bad he never saw her as more than his best friend’s little sister.
It’s true what they say… distance makes the heart grow fonder and four years away did nothing to quell the way Izzy’s heart rate doubles whenever he’s nearby. She hoped to get over it, but things don’t always work out the way we hope.
Nashville “Nash” Watson never left. His goal of playing baseball in the majors flew out the window the second he found out he was going to be a father. No regrets, though, because Nash figured he’d return to Honeywell, Iowa to farm his family’s land. It was the only thing he knew for sure. Well, that and he’s never falling for another woman again. Ever.
Never say never, Nash.
Due to sexual content and adult themes, this book is suitable for readers 18+.
My 📝Review📝: 🌟🌟🌟🌟
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
For a novella, this book has a lot of feels. And when it was over, I found myself disappointed that this book wasn’t longer. That said, since I’ve been sick the past three weeks with my head dizzy most hours of the day, it actually was the perfect length for me. This is an author whose name I have come across many times but haven’t read. I’m so glad I read her. I will be looking back at her catalog for more.
It isn’t easy writing a novel; it’s even more difficult to write a short novella and put in it everything that a reader desires. For me, Farmboy had a good amount of angst, complex characters, and an entertaining story. Notice how I said, ‘complex characters’ and not likable ones? While I adored Izzy and Andi, Nash was a whole other story. He was definitely hard to like throughout much of the book for me. Of course, I inferred he would end up being the perfect hero, and was not disappointed when he let his walls down. He was truly romantic and loving, protective and sweet as well as sexy. I couldn’t help but love him.
I am not going into details, especially since this story is short and fast paced. I don’t want to spoil anything. I will tell you that there is plenty to keep you engaged; turning pages. If I haven’t been sick, I could have definitely devoured this in one setting. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick read that has character development, angst, and a believable love story.
This is my honest and unbiased review. Thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂
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