Tag Archives: Farm Fresh Romance

Plum Upside Down by Valerie Comer

I have read many of Valerie Comer’s books and keep coming back because of the strong characters, and the conflicts they face in both life and faith. It says a lot for her writing I got confused when I started … Continue reading

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Dandelions for Dinner by Valerie Comer

The reason I like the Farm Fresh Romance series is because of how real the characters feel to me. They are people dealing with issues and concerns I can imagine facing myself, and they don’t always have the right answers … Continue reading

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Sweetened with Honey by Valerie Comer

Sweetened with Honey offers another enjoyable visit to the sustainable living community established by Jo, Claire, and Sierra for the inspirational romance series, A Farm Fresh Romance. This time the story focuses on Sierra who is in many ways the … Continue reading

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Wild Mint Tea by Valerie Comer

Wild Mint Tea is the second in Valerie Comer’s A Farm Fresh Romance series, and both builds on the first and stands alone. Claire and Noel are very different people than Jo and Zack with their own hang-ups and expectations. … Continue reading

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Raspberries and Vinegar by Valerie Comer

I had the privilege of being a beta reader for this novel. Even then, in a much less polished form, Jo captured my heart and my attention. She, along with her two college friends, is determined to honor God by … Continue reading

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