Harvest of Love
Garden Grown Romance Book Three
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Hot on the heels of a failed relationship, Kenia Akers focuses on her bookstore along with granting her aging grandfather’s desperate desire to get his hands in the dirt through a program at Grace Greenhouse. Reminding herself she’s on the rebound isn’t enough to keep her from falling for the hunky activities coordinator from Granddad’s facility.
Zane Russell is amazed that the fun-loving, pretty bookstore owner is attracted to him, a guy who’s not even in her league. As their relationship deepens, he avoids explaining why he seems allergic to books. Admitting his failures has never been a good move in the past.
Will they find a way to let openness, trust, and acceptance blossom into a harvest of love?
About the Arcadia Valley Romance series
Welcome to Arcadia Valley, Idaho, where a foodie culture and romance grow hand-in-hand. Join my friends and me as we release a book every month set in Arcadia Valley. You’ll enjoy meeting old friends and making new ones as each of the six authors’ books intertwine with the previous stories in this Christian romance series. Get started with Romance Grows in Arcadia Valley and follow along at Arcadia Valley Romance dot com to make sure you don’t miss any installments!
Be sure to check out Romance Grows in Arcadia Valley, the collection of SIX novellas by best selling authors, introducing you to the fictional town of Arcadia Valley, Idaho, where a foodie culture and romance grow hand-in-hand.
Six popular and bestselling authors of contemporary Christian romance have teamed up to create an entire world exploring food, friends, and family. Each novella kicks off a three-book series, intertwined with the works of the other authors. A full length book will be released every month by one author in the series. This permanent collection is only the beginning of your adventure with us.
A Garden Grown Romance
This is the concluding story in Valerie Comer's Garden Grown Romance series with intriguing characters, a few plot twists, and a predictable conclusion. While the conflict between Zane and Kenia is a resolved in a satisfactory manner, the story dragged with repetitive details of Zane's reading disability. As a retired high school teacher and a mother of sons and grandsons, who struggle with reading and have been through vision therapy, I appreciate Valerie Comer's dedication to bringing this condition to the reader's attention.