Nothing about being a librarian prepared Thuy Nguyen for such a wide variety of casseroles. Or life in a small town. Or becoming a farmer.
But what can she do when her catastrophe-prone best friend begs her for help? After all, Maddy has always been there for Thuy. It’s time to return the favor.
It’s simple really, all she has to do is: learn everything about farming ASAP, save her BBF’s family business from disaster, and avoid being caught staring at Maddy’s biker brother, and his muscles, and his smile, and his soulful, sexy eyes.
Oh yeah, and she should definitely not fall in love with him.
Easy, right? . . . Right.
★★★ 3 𝓢𝓽𝓪𝓻 𝓡𝓮𝓲𝓿𝓮𝔀 ★★★
I will start off with saying that overall, I did enjoy this book. Even though I am not one for biker books these days, the biker element didn't take from my enjoying the overall story of this book.
I am stuck on the things that I didn't overly enjoy in this one. It moved slow for me. There was a bit too much filler and unnecessary rambling in this book that took away from this being an even better book. I found myself skimming a few parts that really played no part in anything in the story.
The resolution felt forced and a little sudden. I figured it would play out similar to how it did, but the way it was told left me still feeling a little less satisfied. Maybe that was just me?
I was on board with these characters. I love reading books written by authors who know how to create interesting characters I can like, love, or despise. This one is most assuredly one of those.
If you haven't been following allow with the band of authors writing books in the Pennyverse, you really need to rethink that decision. I haven't been disappointed yet, and I have now read over half of them. I regret nothing!