Book Review – A Family for the Farmer by Laurel Blount (Inspirational Romance)

A Family for the Farmer by Laurel Blount

A Family for the Farmer by Laurel Blount

I enjoyed A Family for the Farmer, the debut novel by Laurel Blount. I was even a little teary-eyed at the end! This is an inspirational romance, published under the Love Inspired line of Harlequin books. I enjoyed meeting Laurel at a recent writer’s convention and was intrigued by the story, so I popped over to Amazon and grabbed a copy.

A Family for the Farmer is an easy read, with characters that draw you into their lives. The hero, Abel, is a strong man with a gentle soul and has been half in love with Emily since she used to spend her childhood summers on her grandmother’s farm, which is next to his. When city girl, Emily, inherits the farm, Abel is ready to lend a hand.

Emily is stubbornly determined not to leave her Big City life behind, despite Abel’s best efforts to change her mind. Her twins aren’t too thrilled about the place either. The farm’s goose has a big personality and the villain is the kind of person who you hope gets what is coming to her.

If you’re a fan of inspirational romance, you should pick up this book!


Home to the Farmer 

When she inherits her grandmother’s farm, Emily Elliott must return to the small town she thought she’d permanently escaped. The citified single mom of twins must live on Goosefeather Farm for the summer…or lose it to neighbor and childhood friend Abel Whitlock. It’s Abel’s chance to own the land he’s always wanted, but he won’t do it at the expense of the girl he’s never forgotten—or her adorable twins. Instead, Abel will show Emily how to take care of the farm and its wayward animals. He has three months to fight for a lifetime with the family he loves.

Buy Link: $3.99 on Amazon

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