A Farmer's Christmas

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City girl, Raven, took a chance, the biggest in her life, and moved to Ben’s alpaca farm after the Royal Show. Nearly three months later, she’s trying to adjust to life on a farm and living with Ben when they hardly know each other. To make the arrangement even more tricky, his mom also lives in the same house with them. Above all, she wasn’t prepared for the feeling of isolation that comes with living on the farm.

Ben is enjoying finally being in a relationship, and better still, Raven is living with him. Life couldn’t be better, but he’s worried farm life might not be agreeing with her. The problem is his commitment to his farm sometimes has to come first. He always thought once he found his soul mate, things would be easy. It’s far from that. Will he step up to fight for what he’s always longed for?

Christmas will be different for them both this year, more than they could ever imagine with bush fires threatening their livelihood. Will it be too easy for Raven to return to the city and her family? Or will she stand with Ben and fight for a future with him?

Sometimes you need to fight for what matters in your life. No matter what.

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