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Penelope Huntingdon-Stewart, highly successful clean-eating food vlogger and owner of the website Penny’s Kitchen, is looking for a new direction for her brand. At least that’s what she tells herself when she retreats to Axedale to record a new web series and write a cookbook. That sounds so much better than damage control after her only live, on-screen interview ends in an oh-so-public epileptic seizure.

Farmer Sam McQuade is immediately attracted to Penelope, but the ultra femme and high maintenance city girl seems way out of her league. When Penelope struggles to get her health on track, Quade insists on being her knight in shining armor, much to Penelope’s displeasure. Quade is annoyingly good-looking, not to mention kindhearted, and falling for her would be so easy. If only it didn’t force Penelope to face the secrets she’s hidden from everyone. Can love alone bring a complex city girl and a simple rural farmer together? 

An Axedale Village Romance.

©2019 Jenny Frame (P)2019 BOLD STROKES BOOKS INC
  • Series: Axedale, Book 3
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: LGBTQ+

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What a great romance

This is an adorable and perfect addition to the Axedale romance series. I highly recommend you get them all and then book out some serious time to just bask in the happiness that they will bring you.

If you love a sweet romance with a meant to be together theme then this is for you. Opposites attract, farmer and city girl find love in a small town.

Hear that? It’s the sound of my happy sigh

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NEW FAVORITE BOOK SERIES

I don't usually like romance. but this had just enough if everything. including cheesiness 😊👍

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Author Out Of New Ideas

Waited for the feel good moment but it never came. Compared to the author’s other books, of which I’ve read many, this book is flat. No emotion, uninteresting characters, and poorly contrived situations. The final crisis is terrible! It is totally out of character for the lovers and absolutely unbelievable. You get the feeling that the author is rigidly following her formula without regard for the story. I felt she must be very tired of writing these books and just wanted to get it over with, no matter what. Her worse book. Read the others.

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Much better!!

This one was so much better than the previous one in the series. It’s right up there with “Courting the Countess” and might have even exceeded it a little for me. I just absolutely adore Quade, and I was very happy to see her woo and win the girl of her dreams. Like Quade, I was taken with Penny right away. I think the reader was meant to misjudge her as a spoiled elitist at first, but from the beginning I liked her for her spunk and her determination not to let her epilepsy rule her life. Their romance is sweet and surprisingly deep. It’s also probably the least complicated romance of all three books in the series, which was a nice change from the tortured indecision the last two couples cycled through again and again. Wonderful conclusion to the series!

P.S. to Nicola Victoria Vincent - please call me and read me the Apple Terms & Conditions. Or a phone book. Or literally anything you want to. Your voice and talent is astounding.

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Trust is the theme here

Wooing the Farmer starts out with little rich girl Penelope who has her walls up. This story will resonate with many women as trust is the theme. As we move through the book, we learn why Penelope has her walls up and why the farmer is so good for her. I like how the author explains why and where trust is needed in many different situations. This book not only teaches us how to be trustworthy but also why this topic is so important in a relationship. The sex scenes are hot, too!

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A lovely slow burn

I love Frame’s paranormal books so, I thought I’d try a traditional romance. This slow burn was such a lovely read I’m purchasing the rest in the series. A few highlights that make this book stand out from the rest are inclusion of characters with chronic illness/disabilities, butch/femme dynamics, and mild references to kink outside of MC’s in an every day life kind of way.

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Country living is the best

I am so glad Sam finally gets her chance at love. Penny has some health issues that makes her want to be independent. However she can’t help falling for Sam the sexy farmer. Their story has a rough start and moves slowly but is so very romantic. All the regulars are there in the story as well which is nice. The narrator is perfect again keeping all the characters voices the we same throughout the 3 books.

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Another one

I loved this be better than the 2nd one because all the characters were in here. Especially going back to Harry and Annie. It was so nice bringing them all together. And I love Penny and her adorable unicorn! Wooing the farmer was a very nice conclusion for this series. And Nicola Victoria Vincent did a Fantastic job as the narrator keeping all their voices throughout the series!!

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Captivating

I read this series and found myself in the story. The story and characters were so interesting that I couldn't wait for the next adventure.
Thank you Jenny Frame for a great series and I hope there are more to come.

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I need more

These books, Jenny Frame, and Nicola Vincent are the best thing that ever happened to me

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Good Narration terrible story

I love this narrator and she did her best but this was just not a good story. Hated the main character and most of the story was totally unbelievable.

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  • M. A. Mccormack
  • 05-13-19

Title made me listen

I thought the premise of the story was interesting but the themes were too often repeated. The same words were used again and again, lots of wide eyes, safes and flaws. I liked Quade - she was a strong character. All the male characters were one dimensional and the other women did not ring true as they did not seem to fit into their surroundings. I think if it had been set in 1850 then it would have suited the language that the author used.