By Betty Shreffler
Losing the man she loved to a terrible accident, pushes Amy Flanders into a life of independence. Her only source of comfort is her work—a business dedicated to the care and training of horses. Until one lonely night leads her into the arms of Brock Baisdin. A man who fulfills her deepest desires and reignites a flame long forgotten.
Between his picky tastes and running his own business, Brock Baisdin has little time for women, but that doesn’t stop him from looking for love. After saving Amy from a cancelled date, Brock is instantly drawn to the shy and beautiful woman hiding secrets beneath her lust-filled baby blues—secrets he finds himself eager to discover.
Undeniable attraction pulls them into each other’s arms. Hope draws them into each other’s lives. For Amy Flanders, Brock Baisdin may be the man to bring love back into her lonely life, if only she can overcome the wounds of her past and face her biggest fear—risking the pain of another shattered heart.
Fire on the Farm is a gut-wrenching story of loss and finding your way back to love again. I have to say that you need box of tissues for this one. Betty Shreffler did an amazing job of making emotional highs and lows.
I loved Amy’s character. She had a lot of love in her heart and it was just a matter of unlocking it. I could also understand how she thought that she would that she had her one love. She closed herself off and it took a long time before she was able to let even the ones she cared about back into her life completely. She went through a lot of pain and it would be hard for anyone to carry on.
Brock was a character that I liked but I had issues with him, especially near the end of the book. He was always quick to say that she could have as much time as she needed but then he wanted to keep the relationship moving and he was very quick to jump to conclusions.
They both had very involved families. Brock’s mother was very overly protective. She was definitely a character that I could not understand. Amy’s family was also very protective but let her follow the path she was supposed to be on.
Fire on the Farm is a beautiful story of a second chance at love. Life doesn’t always follow the road you start on but eventually people find their way back in.
Fire on the Farm
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