- File Size: 344 KB
- Print Length: 123 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Romance Authors (September 10, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 10, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MTXABBO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,537 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
McFarland's Farm: A Contemporary Gay Romance (Hope) Kindle Edition
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This was a sweet little audiobook and I really enjoyed it. I especially like that it was under 3 hours so it wasn't a huge time commitment, although it still felt like a fairly complete story.
Lucas is a guy floundering. He's a trust-fund baby and as a result is a bit spoiled and self-indulgent. His father is a huge restaurant mogul who's very goal-driven and doesn't quite understand his son. But when Lucas seduces the flag-ship restaurant's chef...in the kitchen...that's the final straw for Lucas' father and he sends him to Jared.
Jared is a rough, big farmer. He was married to Lucas' sister until they both agreed that although they loved one another, Jared was gay and their's wasn't any great passion for the long haul. They work better as best friends.
What neither of these guys realize is that they've both been harboring a secret attraction for each other over the years. But they have to work through all those boundaries they've developed before they even have a chance with one another.
Like I said, I enjoyed this one. While I would have liked it to have just a bit more depth, that's part of the price for having that short time commitment which I loved. Overall, I was happy with it though. I liked the foodie element to the story and liked how opposite the guys are. I love Jared's relationship with his ex-wife and really wish I could have seen her reaction to the guys' new status together.
This is the first in a new series and I liked it. I can't wait to see what else Cardeno C. plans to do with the books.
There are many different love stories
Some are short.
Some are fun.
Some make you cry.
Some make you smile.
Some make you bang your head againts the wall.
And some, are undeniably sooooooo good you end up with a book hangover the size of the empire state building.
McFarland's Farm did that to me.
Now; if you ask me if this was EPIC?
I would actually call the PERFECT dose of romance and heartbreaking revelations that one as a bookworm deserves. It was absolutely BEAUTIFUL!
You may be asking yourself what is so sweet and mushy and perfect about it. I WON'T SPOIL IT FOR YOU, but I will tell you this: Jared McFarland is one lucky guy.
Just to be clear though: I really wouldn't live in AZ.
Have you ever been there? I don't even like to go to Palm Springs cause it's too hot, now image Palm Springs + 20 degrees. THAT's the 411 of the state of Arizona. Jared McFarland seems to love it and has made a wonderful living in his farm, and that's exactly where he falls for bad boy rebel Lucas Reika.
Nope. No Arizona for me. Apparently Lucas is not too fond of the heat and farmland either, but he copes, and against all odds he ends up liking the little town of Hope, AZ so much that he changes his L.A city life for the peace and quietness of Jared's farm, as a mandatory request from his dad. He doesn't want to be there, but he has no choice.
Many things happen and it's not really easy for Lucas to get to that point where he actually WANTS to stay and give Hope a try. Neither it was for Jared, who really finds himself in the greatest predicament of his life when Lucas (unexpectedly and really last minute) arrives on that afternoon bus from Los Angeles sent as a punishment by his father.
What I loved most about this story was how each character acted and reacted. Straightforward. To the point. No BS. I think short stories like this (though not my first choice in reading) saves us a lot of possible hiccups on our way to find the ultimate HEA.
As i said, I'm not spoiling it. You need to check ur fastest ebook store online and DOWNLOAD THIS ASAP. Honestly, nothing Cardeno C writes can steer you wrong <3
Cheers to you CC, for another hit out of the ballpark <3
I really liked Jared. He was someone I want to know. But sadly, in this short novella we didn't get to know him enough. Nor Lucas. There was/is a lot of potential in this story. I'm not sure why it had to be a novella. Both guys had been crushing on each other for years, but never did anything about it. Jared, the shy, quiet guy mostly kept to himself and Lucas, the loud, out & proud guy got himself into some trouble at his Dad's restaurant, so off to Jared's he went. So much potential in this story. Once Lucas got to the farm, I don't think he ever went outside. There was so much to explore there. With Lucas willing to hit on and sleep with just about anyone in his past and Jared wanting Lucas so bad that he can't spit out a full sentence, well the possibilities with the farm hands were endless! I really wanted the whole story on these two guys and that would have taken a novel.
Don't get me wrong, I LOVE the way Cardeno writes and I will read anything by this author. I just wish this story could have been a full one. So many parts are missing.
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