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Sweet like Raspberries. Tart like Vinegar. Josephine Shaw: complicated, yet singleminded. A tiny woman with huge concepts and, some would say, a mouth to match. But what does she genuinely know about sustainable living as it relates to the true world? Soon after all, she and her two buddies are new to farming. Zachary Nemesek is back only until his dad recovers sufficient to perform his own land again. When Zach discovers three helpless females have taken up residence at the old farm next door, he expects difficulty. But a mouse invasion proves Jo has almost everything beneath control. Is there something she cannot handle? And certainly there’s anything sweet beneath all that tart. WINNER: The Word Award for Ideal Contemporary Romance of 2013! About The Farm Fresh Romance Series 1. Raspberries and Vinegar (Totally free on all ebook platforms) 2. Wild Mint Tea 3. Sweetened with Honey 4. Dandelions for Dinner 5. Plum Upside Down six. Berry on Leading Really like farm life? Raspberries and Vinegar is the first novel in the Farm Fresh Romance series. This Christian romance series follows the adventures, romantic and otherwise, of a group of young ladies who acquire an old farm together in northern Idaho to grow their personal organic food and prove to these around them that they can make a difference. These farm romance novels are stories of farm life with a concentrate on regional meals. The Farm Fresh Romance series doesn\'t pad the concerns nor preach about them, but makes it possible for the characters the freedom to grapple with environmentalism and sustainability as believers. Award-winning Christian modern romance series at its finest! EXCERPT Jo straightened her back, pasted on a smile, and consulted her clipboard. Ellie, at the desk, had informed her the resident of Room 224 lived in the present, at least some days. She tapped the door lightly and nudged it open. “Hello, Mrs. Humbert?” An old woman, white hair floating about her face like a halo, sat in her wheelchair by a small table. A man swiveled at the intrusion from his seat facing the window. Jo caught her breath. Zach? “Please come in, my dear.” The old lady peered at her by way of rheumy eyes. “Do I know you?” Jo closed the space. She could block Zach from her thoughts. This was her job. She took the soft white hand in hers. “I’m Josephine Shaw, the facility’s new nutritionist, and I’m here to speak to you about meals.” Zach chuckled. “Be careful, Grandma. She’ll toss your stash of candies in the garbage.” Thanks a lot, buster. Jo shot a glare at Zach. Just her luck he felt the need to have to interfere on his grandmother’s behalf. Jo turned her back on him and attempted for a light tone. “Unless you have any fair-trade organic dark chocolate in there. That stuff is hard for me to resist.” Mrs. Humbert’s poufy hair shimmered as she shook her head. “Now that’s one thing I don’t have, but John can pick some up for us if you like.” She patted Jo’s hand. “Then I can bribe you to be nice to me.” John? Jo shot a questioning look at Zach, but he just lifted a shoulder and shook his head. She squeezed the old lady’s hand. “I do not want bribing.” Not with anyone who necessary help, and the truth that this was Zach’s grandmother clinched the deal. “It’s my job to make sure you are getting the very best possible nutrition, though, so let’s preserve those empty calorie snacks at a minimum, shall we?” Zach laughed. If it hadn’t been directed at her, Jo might have enjoyed the deep, full sound. But no. It was at her expense. She gritted her teeth and swiveled to face him. “May I ask what’s so funny?” He waved a hand. “Really, does it matter? Why make big modifications? Let these people get pleasure from the remainder of their days and eat what they like. It is not like a diet program change is going to make that significantly of a distinction.” Scroll up and grab your copy of Raspberries and Vinegar correct now!
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