Publisher Description

" . . . a remarkable glimpse into the many relationships people experience in their lives as husbands and wives, parents, children, siblings, friends and lovers." Romantic Times

The secret they've kept can either bring them together or tear them apart.

Youngest sibling and only sister, Kim Luchetti returns to the Illinois family farm after her father's heart attack. Eight years ago she vowed never to come back, believing only distance would allow her to forget the tragedy that broke her heart. Returning means she must face everyone's questions, including those of her first love, Brian Riley, the only one who knows her secret.

Brian has always loved Kim, despite his hurt and anger over her abandoning him when he needed her the most. When she appears at his farm, surprise causes him to tumble off the barn roof and break both his wrists. Kim's guilt makes her agree to move in and help until he is healed. But Kim never wanted to be a farmer's wife and her lack of skills leads to daily humorous disaster. 

Laughing together, living together forces Kim and Brian to face the past and their unresolved feelings. Will talking about what happened help them heal? Or will the memories of their heartbreak keep them apart forever?

The Farmer's Wife is the first book in The Luchettis, a six book series by New York Times Best Selling author Lori Handeland. If you enjoy Kristan Higgins and Robyn Carr read The Farmer's Wife today!

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2016
March 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
310
Pages
PUBLISHER
Lori Handeland
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
969.5
KB

Customer Reviews

Clean romancer ,

The farmers wife

Fun family story. Seems like nice people mixed up in misunderstandings. Not a lot of "excitement" but a fun read.

luciusmmm ,

Great story

Great story

1Alannah ,

Interesting

Losing a child regardless of when is an tragic thing. This book
deals with that along with several family dramas as well. There is also funny scenes and of course romance. Must read the other books in this series

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