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Farm Fresh (Naked Organics Book 1) by [Roberts, Posy]
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"Farm Fresh is gorgeous, and the emotional impact will leave you gasping and aching for more." -Just Love - Romance Novel Reviews

"Sexy, sensual and satisfying." -Alpha Book Club

"This is truly an outstanding story. I carried my Kindle everywhere with me.... All day. I refused to do anything until I finished." -Diverse Reader

About the Author

Posy Roberts writes about the realistic struggles of men looking for love. Whether her characters are family men, drag queens, or lonely men searching for connections, they all find a home in her stories. Posy is married to a man who makes sure she doesn’t forget to eat or sleep. Her daughter, a budding author and dedicated Whovian, helps her come up with character names. When Posy’s not writing, she enjoys crafting, hiking, and singing spontaneously about the mundane, just to make normal seem more interesting.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2927 KB
  • Print Length: 204 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Labyrinth Bound Press (January 28, 2016)
  • Publication Date: January 28, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01A2PHDPW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #280,286 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I really wasn’t sure what to expect going into a story about life on a commune, but I really liked getting to know the community of Kaleidoscope Gardens and the four men who were the main characters in the book, especially Jude and Hudson. The men in the story are consensually polyamorous, living in a sex postitive community, so if you don’t like romance that is outside of the traditional monogamous coupling this may not be for you. If you’re willing to give it a try it provides a different take on an m/m/m+ relationship that I really enjoyed.

Jude has escaped parents that are part of a religion that sees sex as only for purposes of procreation and, in Jude’s case, took steps to make sure he didn’t so much as masturbate. He ran as soon as he could and is now twenty years old, in college and working toward an environmental engineering degree. Their shaming still rings in his head each time he tries to be sexual with someone or even just alone in his bed. Thus far, his attempts at exploring sex with another person have been misguided and unsuccessful. He does, however, look forward to his trips to the weekly farmer’s market where he gets to see and talk with the sexy Hudson.

Hudson knows what it’s like to grow up in a family steeped in religion and suffered until he ran at eighteen. He has been at the commune since then. Hudson enjoys sex for the sake of pleasure and doesn’t need to have it wrapped in emotion, but he does crave love and hopes someday to find it again. The last man Hudson loved left him five years before, and while his housemates Leo and Charlie include him in sex and give him affection, he still feels left out and lonely when he sees them together. They love him, but it’s not the same as being in love.
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By Cookie on February 3, 2016
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It was good--I liked the representation of the farm, and the way the characters were drawn. It felt really rushed toward the end, though, like a lot of information had to be crammed in before the book ended. Also, I hope one thing is corrected before the other books come out; when Jude was the main focus of the story, then Hudson had his turn, there was no break, no way to tell the point of view was changing. A double space between paragraphs would have helped. Here I was, reading merrily along, then all of a sudden, here comes another point of view. It drew me out of the story.
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So this story is unlike any I’ve ever read. As a result my review/feelings are a mixed bag. Let me start by saying that I’m a Posy Roberts fan and her writing is just as excellent as ever – her characters are unique and fully developed and three dimensional – including the secondary characters. In addition, she either has personal experience with gardening/commune life or does excellent research because the attention to detail is astounding and I learned a lot about what a life might be like in a commune. And – on a side note – living in Portland – I can absolutely see a commune like that existing here and the description of the complex interactions that would occur between the conservative members of the small towns outside the liberal city is spot on.

What I loved: At first I thought I was going to HATE the open relationship concept and I shuddered to think what was going to happen to our poor Jude when faced with the blatant sexuality of the commune and the sex all over the place. I thought it would be a horrible mix and worried about him, but in the end the exact opposite of his childhood turned out to be just what he needed. I see now that the roles of the other men in his house helped him work on the different areas of his “problem” in a way that one man would have a difficult time fulfilling.

I also found myself entranced with the entire commune and could absolutely see how loving was defined a multitude of ways and that one man/ one woman, two men/ two women, etc could be stretched to include other relationships in a way that still valued all the relationships equally.

I really wanted to see the commune – it sounds so beautiful!

What didn’t work for me: Hudson and Jude. I just got so frustrated with them!
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So this is my first read by this author, and the first time I've read a story that goes beyond the traditional M/F, M/M, F/F and menage pairings. Surprisingly (or maybe not), I found it relatively easy to adapt to reading a story with this unconventional lifestyle setting which hearkens back to the days you'd hear tales of hippie sex communes. But with the Naked Organics series, it is not just a bunch of "free love" types having sex all the time-these characters have a legitimate organic farm based on sustainable agriculture that is also central to the story along with the relationship that ultimately forms between Hudson and Jude.

Both of them have had turbulent, sometimes downright abusive pasts with their families (primarily their parents), giving them similar pasts-though Jude's was far more restrictive and damaging both mentally and physically. His move to the commune starts his journey of healing, with Hudson, Leo and Charlie being central to his path...but especially Hudson. But Hudson has his own difficulties from his past that get in the way and hamper his and Jude's relationship, and his attitude during this time did get a little frustrating at some points. This is mostly because the way the characters are written, I became quickly invested in their lives and happiness. There's a lot of depth to them, and that's what really pulled me in to this story.

It was rather satisfying watching Jude's awakening, which was not just sexual. Even though the farm is continually referred to as a sex commune and residents are free to express their love and desires openly both behind closed doors as well as in the open anywhere on the farm, these types of scenes do not overwhelm the story at all.
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