- Extasy Books
- Release Date
- May 2010
When workaholic, Tom Ford, inherits the controlling interest in Welleby Farm, he thinks he will take two weeks off and check out his good fortune. When he arrives at the farm, he learns it is four thousand acres of thriving agriculture, a fortune five hundred company and being run by a very sexy overseer.
Nate Stokes loves the land and takes pride in making the farm prosperous—and he's caught the eye of the new owner.
Will Tom take the initiative and act on his lust for Nate? Or will Nate be the one to make the first move?
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Sep 12, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
137 people found the following review helpful
DOWN ON THE FARM is an example of finding happiness in unexpected places.
Big city businessman Tom Ford has recently inherited controlling interest in Welleby Produce Farm from his uncle. Tom's inheritance includes a house on the Farm property so he decides to take a quick vacation to go visit his inheritance. The first thing Tom notices upon his arrival is how large and productive the farm is, which is a surprise to him. The next thing Tom notices is the gorgeous man working by the barn when he arrives. When Tom meets the gorgeous man, Nate Stokes, he discovers he is the overseer of the Farm. As Tom gets to know Nate and the workings of the Farm, he wonders if vacations there will be enough.
This was a very enjoyable short story. The plot progressed quickly and felt a bit rushed at times, but the characters were nicely developed and well written. Despite the short length of this story, I felt the author did a good job helping the reader get to know the two main characters. I found that I enjoyed the characters and that I was rooting for their relationship to work. The instantaneous declarations of love and of having found soul mates felt somewhat artificial, but it didn't make me dislike the story. All and all, it was a sweet story.
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