The cover for Plum Upside Down says "fall" to me--what about you? And the story is as comforting as a walk on a crisp fall day followed by a cozy read with a cup of tea. Plum Upside Down (Book 5) is my favorite of Valerie Comer's Farm Fresh series, and that's saying a lot, as I enjoyed the whole series. Here's my review of Plum Upside Down from 2015:
When this popped up in my Kindle last night (I'd pre-ordered it, which is very rare for me), I started reading and put off things today to keep reading. For me, that's praise. :) This book is my favorite in the series so far. I really identified with Chelsea, and Keanan was a different sort of hero, even a bit from the other men in the Farm Fresh series, exceptionally passionate for/in Christ, who falls for somewhat-conventional Chelsea. As usual, strong setting, strong characters, strong Christian message, all woven together by a wonderful storyteller. I look forward to book six of the series!
Though the book could stand alone, it's probably better enjoyed if you read the other books in the series first. You're in for a sweet treat if you haven't read the Farm Fresh series yet! Happy reading!
Overall ★★★★★ (5/5)
Romance ❤❤❤❤ ❤ (5/5)