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Butterflies on Breezes: A Christian Romance (Urban Farm Fresh Romance Book 2) Kindle Edition
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You feel like you are craving a wonderful food or snack, but it is the written word instead. That is how I felt when I finished this book. I have read every one of of Valerie Comer's books, but I still think they get better every time. She is an amazing writer. The story has depth, it has mild romance, but cute elements that make it unique as well.
I love the local food, gardening, urban farming angle. I loved seeing real towns, real businesses and places mentioned that I could actually go visit. Overall, this is a unique story idea. They say there is no new ideas and they have all been done before, but I would challenge that here. This is a very unique storyline and you don't want to miss it.
I thought I'd read this when it first came out, but then realized it had gotten lost in a mess of other books.
I've followed the Farm Fresh Romance series, and naturally wanted to keep up with the side characters.
I loved the comparison between Linnea and butterflies. I think we're all like that in some respect. Wanting to break from the mold someone has put us in and be our own person--to be the person God created us to be.