Hot on the heels of a failed relationship, Kenia Akers focuses on her bookstore along with granting her aging grandfather’s desperate desire to get his hands in the dirt through a program at Grace Greenhouse. Reminding herself she’s on the rebound isn’t enough to keep her from falling for the hunky activities coordinator from Granddad’s facility.
Zane Russell is amazed that the fun-loving, pretty bookstore owner is attracted to him, a guy who’s not even in her league. As their relationship deepens, he avoids explaining why he seems allergic to books. Admitting his failures has never been a good move in the past.
Will they find a way to let openness, trust, and acceptance blossom into a harvest of love?
About the Garden Grown Romance Series
The old pair of greenhouses on a mid-size lot has been in the Akers family for generations, even though they expanded and moved the Akers Garden Center to the outskirts of Arcadia Valley long ago. Now Clarence Akers is nearing ninety and in a seniors’ facility… and he’s set up a living trust giving Grace Fellowship the mandate of finding a new use for the property.
Grace Fellowship hires a real estate consultant to repurpose the greenhouses and the old house beside them. In the introductory novella, Sow in Love, the consultant clashes with Clarence’s grandson as they seek the perfect solution. The three novels that follow will share the romances of other characters as they interact in the community garden and greenhouse jointly operated by Grace Fellowship and the Akers family.