Review; Wooing the Farmer (Axedale #3) by Jenny Frame

Last year I was lucky enough to recieve an ARC of Wooing the Farmer (Axedale #3) by Jenny Frame through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
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?

My Thoughts on the Book
I instantly fell in love with this book as it has relatable (and complex) characters. The book is also hilarious at times, especially due to the dynamics between Penny and Quade. Even though this book is a bit predictable, it's still a heartwarming feel-good.

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