Featherbed by Annabeth Albert
Release Date: March 15, 2021
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When a bookworm on borrowed time meets a younger, free-spirited chicken farmer, sparks and feathers fly…
Harrison Phillip Fletcher, III isn’t supposed to be here. Not in Burlington, Vermont, not running Vino & Veritas, a quaint inclusive bookstore and wine bar, and definitely not still alive, at forty-two. Also not supposed to be here? An unexpected delivery of chickens.
Finn Barnes knows chickens. The burly organic farmer knows all about rare breed poultry, but dealing with a hot, older bookseller is an entirely different matter. City slicker types like Harrison never end up staying in Vermont for the long-term.
They should steer clear of each other. But the flare of attraction is mutual. And somehow amid book discussions and farm tours, they discover plenty in common. Now they’re stealing kisses in Finn’s barn, sneaking out like teens, and burning up the sheets.
What starts as a fling brings very real feelings for two lonely souls, but a future together seems as unlikely as chickens in a bookstore. Feathers may be flying, but learning to trust takes time neither may have. Can they take a leap of faith together before it’s too late?
Featherbed is a stand-alone novel in Sarina Bowen’s World of True North. This opposites-attract, age-gap romance features a low-angst, fluffy—and feathery—romp as a fish out of water discovers the home he never thought he’d find.
In order to make his mother happy Harrison has recently moved to Vermont and is opening a bookstore/wine bar. He doesn’t believe that love or a relationship is in his future until a delivery of chickens bring Finn to his door.
Finn manages the family farm and his romantic history has reinforced the fact that he doesn’t have the time or energy for a relationship but when he goes to pick up his chickens he may just find someone much more valuable.
Harrison and Finn couldn’t be more different both when it comes to their lifestyles and the difference in their ages or more perfect for each other. Although they had some challenges along the way they realized that in the end love is all that really matters.