Thursday, May 18, 2017

Book Review for Fire on the Farm by Betty Shreffler



Title: Fire on the Farm
Author: Betty Shreffler
Genre: Second Chance Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 29, 2017


Losing the man she loved to a terrible accident, pushes Amy Flanders into a life of independence. Her only source of comfort is her work—a business dedicated to the care and training of horses. Until one lonely night leads her into the arms of Brock Baisdin. A man who fulfills her deepest desires and reignites a flame long forgotten. 
Between his picky tastes and running his own business, Brock Baisdin has little time for women, but that doesn't stop him from looking for love. After saving Amy from a cancelled date, Brock is instantly drawn to the shy and beautiful woman hiding secrets beneath her lust-filled baby blues—secrets he finds himself eager to discover. Undeniable attraction pulls them into each other's arms. Hope draws them into each other's lives. For Amy Flanders, Brock Baisdin may be the man to bring love back into her lonely life, if only she can overcome the wounds of her past and face her biggest fear—risking the pain of another shattered heart. 
Lets start of by saying that this was a new author for us a we really enjoyed our first read by her.

I  loved the story and its characters from cover to cover.Once we started reading it we could not put it down.This was such a touching  and heartbreaking story that had me balling my eyes out and it was only chapter 3.It's has been sometime since a book has touched my heart and tugged on my emotions like this story did but it did just that.


After Amy's loss I was so happy she found someone to love again.You felt Amy's pain and all her mixed emotions that she was experiencing her pain ,loss,guilt as she felt like she was betraying her husband by moving on and loving someone else.


I loved Amy she was intelligent,beautiful,strong willed,generous, had a sense of humor and love wholeheartedly.I loved how she choose to move on by using her farm to help injured animals heal.


I loved Brock as well he was patient,kind,generous,

understanding and sexy as all get out.I loved him because he was just a sweet patient and kind man and just an all around great guy.

Amy and Brock had major chemistry together which lead to some very hot passionate love scenes.I really loved this couple as they were perfect for one another.


An enticing read that had pain, sorrow,death,forgiveness,betrayals as well as love and happiness, healing along with a few twist an turns making it a page turner for sure.


A heart felt love story that we loved and would recommend it to all as it was such a touching story filled with love romance healing and a miracle  all the things that make engrossing and engaging read.


I love when you can connect with the characters that you read about and we were able to do that.Brock and Amy were just so love-able that you could not help but me drawn to them from the very beginning.


Looking forward to reading more stories by this author in the near future.


We are giving it 5 stars!

Betty Shreffler is a self-proclaimed nerd and nature enthusiast obsessed with folklore, photography, writing, reading, movies, board games, hiking, gardening and spending time with her husband and five fur babies. Not necessarily in that exact order though. During her outdoor adventures she's been face to face with an alligator, a bear and a coyote, making for some of the most memorable experiences of her life. She loves to capture and share the world's beauty through the lens of her beloved Nikon camera. Her work experience has been diverse from working as a Ranger for the National Park Service to management positions in Fortune 500 companies. She’s lived in four different states and moved homes twelve times. She received a BA in organizational management and minor in sociology, although her heart has always belonged to writing and photography. Growing up, she read romance or supernatural novels and jotted down poems and short stories to express her emotions and alleviate the characters' voices in her head. Not much has changed, only now her stories are lengthier and her characters more interesting.

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