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Sparks Fly by Sarah Sanders

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Wooing the Farmer by Jenny Frame


All the Jenny Frame tropes fill this book: British aristocracy, extreme butch-extreme femme pairing, never-had-sex-before MC; but this one works so well because of the crackling chemistry between the two MCs.

Penelope Huntingdon-Stewart has create a successful online business for herself despite suffering from epilepsy and dyslexia. The super-femme member of the upper crust had a very, very public epileptic fit whilst doing a live TV interview. As a fallout, she retreats to the country to resettle her brand and maybe even give it a new dimension. Sam McQuade, the very butch farmer and Penny’s neighbour who is immediately attracted to the woman-she-can-never-even-think-about. As things unfold, Sam comes to Penny’s aid on a regular basis. They also have common friends in the country who set out on fixing them up together.

The chemistry between the two MCs had us hooked right away. We also absolutely loved the seemingly ditzy femme with an ambition of steel but really a vulnerable girl. The sex scenes are great.

Definitely recommended. 


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