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Single mom Adriana Diaz isn’t about to let the new teacher derail the PTA’s hard work in securing a greenhouse and garden area for Bridgeview Elementary School, but taking matters into her own hands turns awkward when she realizes her attraction to the teacher.
Pro-level conflict-avoider Myles Sheridan finds himself against an entire community with his reluctance to incorporate gardening into his classes. The only thing that could make his situation worse is falling in love with the ringleader, whose child is his most difficult student and whose husband had died a hero.
How can Myles compete with the man from Adriana’s memories? He’s not the material champions are made of. Or is he?
Adriana Diaz is a pillar of strength and hospitality in the Bridgeview community. She can throw a dinner party like nobody’s business. Adriana is also the widow of a local hero and now the single mother (a.k.a. mama bear, warning!) of their two children.
Newcomer Myles Sheridan thought he was just transferring to another average school district but he soon finds himself schooled over the PTA’s pet gardening project and promised curriculum. Children SHOULD be learning the what, when, why, and how about their food, this is a great concept!
The characters had several obstacles to overcome including finding the best educational fit for a strong-willed child and dealing with rumors, gossip, and busy-bodies.
I requested the opportunity to read and review this title through the author. The opinions expressed are my own.
About the Author
Valerie Comer’s life on a small farm in western Canada provides the seed for stories of contemporary Christian romance. Like many of her characters, Valerie grows much of her own food and is active in the local foods movement as well as her church.
She only hopes her imaginary friends enjoy their happily-ever-afters as much as she does hers, shared with her husband, adult kids, and adorable granddaughters.
Valerie is a USA Today bestselling author and a two-time Word Award winner. She has been called “a stellar storyteller” as she injects experience laced with humor into her green clean romances.
Learn more in Valerie Comer’s author spotlight
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