Life and Love in Alaska, Volume 2. Please note each story of this series is a short story.
Sweet, short, contemporary romance. Tina has been putting up with no running water on their farm for over twelve years. Jimmy gets her and the kids out of the house for a week. His aim is to build a bathroom for his wife. Nothing and no one will sidetrack his surprise for Tina, and that includes teen angst and broken equipment.
A self-described red-neck, dirt farmer, Jimmy is smarter than he looks. The country boy knows how to keep his wife happy, and Tina appreciates his efforts.
Life and love in Alaska can take some real twists and turns but nothing this homesteader can’t handle. boy knows how to keep his wife happy, and Tina appreciates his efforts.
Life and love in Alaska can take some real twists and turns but nothing this homesteader can’t handle.
On the outside, this is a story about how to build a bathroom from the ground up. On the inside, this is a story of true love, of going without and scrimping and saving and making sacrifices and working hard all to please the woman he loves. “When Momma’s not happy, nobody’s happy.” I thoroughly enjoyed this story from beginning to end. I especially loved the internal voice of the hero and the way he talked to himself throughout. As ever, I am a big fan of this author and I hope to read more of her books in the future.