Love Means... No Boundaries (Farm #2)
There are also messages about the importance of what's inside the heart rather t...more
We first meet Joey in Love Means…No Shame as a teenager hired by Geoff to muck out the stables in payment for riding lessons. At the start of this book Joey is now a young man who after finishing college came back to the farm to work for Geoff as his crop manager. Joey has recently been in a mot...more
Joey is a young man with a lot of insecurities due to a motorcylce accident that left him with a scarred face. He lives and works with Geoff and his partner Eli (from Love Means...No Shame). When Geoff and Eli take in a musician from the National Youth Symphony, Joey anticipates nothing but disgust from the man. But Robbie surprises him: he’s frien...more
I really like that...more
However... (show of hands - who knew that was coming?)
This is the third in Andrew's Farm series but it's not necessary to have read the previous two. Would be nice to know what happened previously but not at all vital to enjoying Robbie and Joey's story. It'...more
Joey Sutherland is first introduced to us as a secondary character in Love Means ... No Shame when, as a sixteen year-old from a poor family, he is taken in by Len Parker and his son Geoff Laughton and given a part-t...more
Love Means... Courage <---prequel
Love Means... No Shame <---book #1
And now this one... It my favorite because for the first time I read both main characters point of view... And because it's very sweet... Too sweet
Need a break from this series... My blood glucose is dangerous high after so much hapiness and sweet talk.
Do you want romance without angst and no impossible problems to...more
Joey was my favourite hero in this book as he was so patient, and loving.....He is my hero
Andrew Grey certainly knows how to write emotions. Again a tissue warning is needed.
I love how this series gives us new characters while keeping us in touch with the old. I'm looking forward to starting the next chapter in this familys lives.
Robbie is a violinist who i...more
Anyhoo, I liked that Joey with his scarred face falls instantly for the young talented blind musician Robbie. My only ho-hum was Robbie's resistance of leaving his parents house at a chance at love with Joey. Other than that this is another great book from Andrew Grey.
Joey is the new crop manager at the farm. Joey has been working since 16 when Len started teaching how to ride and He help around the farm. Joey went to college and returned to be hired by Geoff.
Robbie , who is a violinist with the Youth orchestra comes to stay at the farm and for the first time he feels that he is normal in a sense. Robbie lost his sight at age 12.
Joey is struggling due to an accident but when Robbie and h...more
Mushy, mushy. But nice. Yeah, some of it is not very likely and this thing is turning into the usual gay utopia in its own way, but that’s all right. This kind of book is like comfort food, one of the several types. :3
I guess on the whole I am seeing more style issues with this book than I did in the first. The writing simply isn’t that good. But still, the emotional side works for me. This is nice to read, if not exactly exciting. Still a lot less bad than some of the other stuff I...more
It's always interesting to me to read a story with a MC that has a disability and because Robbie is blind, it made the story quite interesting. He's a sweet and kind man who likes to express his feelings through h...more
Joey is amazed by how much Robbie can do despite his blindness, and Robbie in turn soothes Joey's insecuriti...more
I'm starting to think that The Farm series is a series were at least one of the main MCs has some kind of disability or maybe they've gotten hurt somehow or like Eli in book 1...dealing with community and/or religion. The thing is that these are all real issues that every day people deal with...yes maybe the story line is padded a little bit but for the most part...more
I have some difficulty rating these books, because on the one hand the stories do exactly what they accomplish, but they do nothing to WOW me. I don't think "wowing" is really what they are set out to do though, so I'm not sure I can hold it against them too much. Instead, this story is a warm blanket wrapped around you while you're sitting on the back porch on an Autumn day. It cuts off the chill, but it won't make you hot, hot, hot.
This, like the others in the series, is a sweet tale of...more