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Wooing the Farmer

An Axedale Village Romance
Series: Axedale, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 5 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)
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Penelope Huntingdon-Stewart, highly successful clean-eating food vlogger and owner of the website Penny’s Kitchen, is looking for a new direction for her brand. At least that’s what she tells herself when she retreats to Axedale to record a new web series and write a cookbook. That sounds so much better than damage control after her only live, on-screen interview ends in an oh-so-public epileptic seizure.

Farmer Sam McQuade is immediately attracted to Penelope, but the ultra femme and high maintenance city girl seems way out of her league. When Penelope struggles to get her health on track, Quade insists on being her knight in shining armor, much to Penelope’s displeasure. Quade is annoyingly good-looking, not to mention kindhearted, and falling for her would be so easy. If only it didn’t force Penelope to face the secrets she’s hidden from everyone. Can love alone bring a complex city girl and a simple rural farmer together? 

An Axedale Village Romance.

©2019 Jenny Frame (P)2019 BOLD STROKES BOOKS INC

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  • Heather Dodge
  • 09-05-2019

Winning combination. Great story

Loved the story and narration. Another combined production with Jenny Frame and Nicola Victoria Vincent. Frames character development always resonates in some way personally. Definitely recommend the whole series.

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  • Carolyn G. Manuel
  • 05-05-2019

City Girl and Country Farmer

Sam McQuade, a farmer, has been waiting for the chance for love and a family. When Penelope Huntington-Stewart of Penny’s Kitchen moves to Axedale, Sam is immediately smitten. A marvelous story and performance of a country romance. Recommend.

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  • Megan A Field
  • 30-04-2019

fanfreakintastic

this was a great addition to the other books. ive always loved our"sexy farmer" and really wanted some romance for her. im looking forward to the next book, i can't wait to see what happens!

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  • Margaret
  • 22-04-2019

Excellent Audio!

I loved Wooing the Farmer. I had already read the book. That did not detract at all from the enjoyment of the audio. So great to be back in Axedale with everyone. Nicola Victoria Vincent does her usual superb job with the narration.

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  • Sab
  • 17-04-2019

Third is a charm

I love all three books, and this one is left a little open, I wander if there is a fourth one coming soon or not. I just got it yesterday and could not wait to start it. Now it is done... leaving me with the test for more.

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  • Shannon
  • 19-04-2019

Great, per usual!

I can’t seem to get enough of books by Jenny Frame. I really do love the way they read, or are read to me (audible). I will always be a huge fan.

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  • M. A. Mccormack
  • 13-05-2019

Title made me listen

I thought the premise of the story was interesting but the themes were too often repeated. The same words were used again and again, lots of wide eyes, safes and flaws. I liked Quade - she was a strong character. All the male characters were one dimensional and the other women did not ring true as they did not seem to fit into their surroundings. I think if it had been set in 1850 then it would have suited the language that the author used.