- Series: Jamison Valley Series (Book 1)
- Paperback: 374 pages
- Publisher: EverAfter Romance (March 28, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1635761212
- ISBN-13: 978-1635761214
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 198 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #197,834 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Coppersmith Farmhouse (Jamison Valley Series) Paperback – March 28, 2017
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About the Author
Devney lives in Montana with her husband and two children. After working in the technology industry for nearly a decade, she abandoned conference calls and project schedules to enjoy a slower pace at home with her kids. She loves reading and, after consuming hundreds of books, decided to share her own stories.
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Coppersmith Farmhouse has every element I love in a romance. What makes a story a five star for me well start with a completely over the top alpha guy who borders on being a jerk, tons of suspense, lots of steam, awesome side characters and a little four year old that is adorable. Jess and Georgia are an amazing couple that have a rough road ahead but manage to come together at the end. I won't ruin it with spoilers but the mystery weaved throughout the story had me gasping towards the end. One click this amazing five star read and buckle up. This will have you up all night it's that good.
This was a book recommended by a friend. She had read the blurb & began to read, then messaged me to say, “GET THIS BOOK!” So, of course, I did. When I began reading, I’ll have to admit it took a bit for me to get truly invested. This bears no reflection on the writing or the story, I just felt a little disconnected from everything. But once the story hit me, IT HIT ME.
I couldn’t believe the things that were happening in this book. It was like each time I thought I had things figured out, she twisted the story around another corner and I had to chase it down a new path. I was never bored. And that love story, *insert swoon here.* I cannot believe how beautifully their love formed! I wasn’t sure they were going to make it, to be honest. Jess was a JERK. Yeah, those are all capital letters you see because he was that bad. But man, when those type of guys fall …
“But just like Friday night dinners at the cafe, I’d never go fishing alone again. Because what I’d thought was peace was just an illusion. Today, with Georgia and Roe, I learned what peace truly felt like.”
As I read through the story, it reminded me a bit of some of the Kristen Ashley stories I hold dear to my heart (Colorado Mountain series). But I don’t want to take away from the style and writing that is completely unique to Devney Perry. This story was definitely its own, but just gave me some of the same deep-in-my-heart feels that I received from that series.
GET. THIS. BOOK. (and the next one 😉 )
The heroine, Georgia, has been given a house by a dear friend and has decided to move her and her daughter Rowen to Montana to live in this house. They move to a quaint town where everyone knows your business, and helps out his/her neighbor. Its perfect. Everyone is kind...except the town sheriff. He, Jess, comes across as rude, and overbearing...i loved him immediately! Im sure you can see where this is leading.
There is a mystery. In this small quaint town, hardcore drugs, break-ins and vandalism is ruining their small town feel/life. Jess must find out who is ruining his town and convince a certain newbie to town that he can be trusted and they can have a life together.
This is a slow burn story. Also, Georgias's daughter Rowan is in this book quite a lot..i loved her..adorable, but sharp as a tack.
I liked the plot, the characters and the fact, that the heroine was an independent woman who could hold her own against an Alpha like Jess. However, the low self esteem did get on my nerves.
Ive discovered a new author and am very excited. I will definitely be reading book 2, which is About a different couple.
Gigi & Jess get off on the wrong foot due to some misconceptions, but as soon as Jess figures out the reasons he's being a jerk don't actually exist, it is ON. He claims his Georgia and in true alpha/caveman style, doesn't let her pull away. It. Is. Awesome!
I love the pacing of their relationship - even when they have arguments or whatever, for the most part they handle them like ADULTS and there's no SOB (seemingly obligatory break up) to distract from the story. There is action & there are things outside of their relationship causing issues & needing to be taken care of, all of which are written in a great page-turning manner!
The supporting cast (Gigi's daughter, Roe, especially) are written well & don't take over the story, but fit right in & are included enough that we feel like we know them as well as Jess & Gigi. I don't know if I'll read book 2 - based on reviews there are some things in that one that are hard no's for me. Book 3, however, is one I am looking forward to!! : )