Growing His Dream (Planting Dreams, #2)



Love Can Grow In Even The Harshest Conditions.Life Has Been A Struggle For Lachlan Buttar Ever Since His Mother Passed Away And Left Him Unprepared To Take Care Of Himself He S Gone From Homeless To Staying With A Local Minister, But It Soon Becomes Clear He Will Be Better Off, And Safer, On His Own Fortunately Foster And Javi Agree To Take Lachlan In And Offer Him A Real Home On Their Dairy Farm.It S There That Lachlan Meets Another Of The Workers, Local Farmer Abe Armitage Though The Attraction Between Them Is Instant, Abe Refuses To Act On It Until Lachlan Returns His Interest By Then, Strong Feelings Have Taken Root, And A Passionate Romance Quickly Blossoms But Both Men Carry Baggage That Could Crush Any Chance Of Happiness Together, Particularly Since Lachlan Witnessed A Crime, And There Are Those Who Will Do Anything To Make Sure He Cannot Reveal What He S Seen.Growing His Dream (Planting Dreams, #2)

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[[ Reading ]] ➺ Growing His Dream (Planting Dreams, #2)  Author Andrew  Grey – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • ebook
  • 192 pages
  • Growing His Dream (Planting Dreams, #2)
  • Andrew Grey
  • English
  • 21 September 2017
  • 1635338131

10 thoughts on “Growing His Dream (Planting Dreams, #2)

  1. says:

    Very nice.ETA Oh, I forgot to say trigger warning rape.

  2. says:

    The story that started in Planting His Dream with Foster and Javi finding love, continues in Growing His Dream but this time it is their friend, local farmer, and farm hand, Abe, and a homeless young man named Lachlan who struggle with their dreams and feelings for each other As the blurb says, the conditions they face are harsh, but love will find a way especially in an Andrew Grey novel Honestly, with these two I needed to remind myself frequently who the author is, or else I might The story that started in Planting His Dream with Foster and Javi finding love, continues in Growing His Dream but this time it is their friend, local farmer, and farm hand, Abe, and a homeless young man named Lachlan who struggle with their dreams and feelings for each other As the blurb says, the conditions they face are harsh, but love will find a way especially in an Andrew Grey novel Honestly, with these two I needed to remind myself frequently who the author is, or else I might have given up hope As interesting and emotional as the first book in this series, this second relationship adventure was just as emotionally satisfying with the added bonus of seeing that Foster and Javi are still doing okay.Lachlan broke my heart He is going to turn eighteen in two weeks when the story starts, but life has already pretty much beaten him down His mother died, he ended up homeless, the local minister did anything but help, he has wit...

  3. says:

    Growing His Dream is as lovely as it sounds I should preface this review by saying it s book two in Andrew Grey s Planting Dreams Series I didn t read book one and can say this is a standalone I imagine the first book was Javi and Foster so I will go back and read it because of those two secondary characters, in this, were wonderful.When this book opens we know Lachlan one of the MC s is very much down on his luck His feet are sore and bleeding, it s pouring rain, he s starving, and homele Growing His Dream is as lovely as it sounds I should preface this review by saying it s book two in Andrew Grey s Planting Dreams Series I didn t read book one and can say this is a standalone I imagine the first book was Javi and Foster so I will go back and read it because of those two secondary characters, in this, were wonderful.When this book opens we know Lachlan one of the MC s is very much down on his luck His feet are sore and bleeding, it s pouring rain, he s starving, and homeless My heart ached as bad as his feet Until the people, you come to love easily rescue him They feed him, listen to him, make him feel safe, and most importantly give him hope Abe is the other MC and I am sure he was in the first book as he is known by the family well He s a hand on the farm and has home issues But he is drawn to Lachlan He finds him sweet, innocent, beautiful, and way too young Lachlan is seventeen when the book opens but shortly in he turns eighteen Making this book a New A...

  4. says:

    after reading Foster and Javi s story in Planting his dream I was looking forward to the second part This time we got to know Lachlan who was out of money and on his way to the city, to look for work, when he found shelter from a thunderstorm on Foster s ranch When learning that his mom had died and he had nowhere to go, they offered him a place to stay and especially Abe, one of the farm hands was immediately interested in Lachlan Unfortunately I found this very close to the first part, it after reading Foster and Javi s story in Planting his dream I was looking forward to the second part This time we got to know Lachlan who was out of money and on his way to the city, to look for work, when he found shelter from a thunderstorm on Foster ...

  5. says:

    I loved the first book in this series, Planting His Dream, which was Foster and Javi s story I mean I really loved it So, I was prepared to love the sequel as much or , and Andrew Grey did not disappoint one bit.The story begins with the desperation of a homeless teenager, Lachlan, plus a pair of shoes that don t fit, and a rainstorm There is a backstory of this poor kid that is slowly revealed, including the death of his mother and the appalling treatment of him at the hands of a family I loved the first book in this series,...

  6. says:

    This is the second book in the Planting Dreams series, but it can absolutely be read as a stand alone The story begins in dramatic fashion we meet Lachlan as he s walking in the rain, downtrodden and definitely out of options, when he falls into a ditch while trying to reach the closest farm to get himself out of the weather As luck would have it, he found the right house Foster and Javi s safe haven farm After spending the night warm with food in his belly, his tough life gets even brigh This is the second book in the Planting Dreams series, but it can absolutely be read as a stand alone The story begins in dramatic fashion we meet Lachlan as he s walking in the rain, downtrodden and definitely out of options, when he falls into a ditch while trying to reach the closest farm to get himself out of the weather As luck would have it, he found the right house Foster and Javi s safe haven farm After spending the night warm with food in his belly, his tough life gets even brighter when he makes a connection with Abe a farmhand From there, this story unravels and Lachlan finally gets the chance at life that he deserves, and at the same time, helps Abe live his best life too.So, one thing to mention about this book right off the bat Lach is YOUNG, as in last year in high school young That...

  7. says:

    So far Andrew Grey s books have been pretty ho hum for him They are quick reads and they are always alright They lack a certain luster I tend to like everyone in the books and the details here are there but they aren t emotionally compelling for me and the prose is a bit flat But they are pleasant enough reads I like both the heroes Though Lachlan is really young but Abe really isn t much older.The farm details are nice and the mystery takes on a much needed subject I also like how Abe So far Andrew Grey s books have been pretty ho hum for him They are quick reads and they are always alright They lack a certain luster I tend to like everyone in the books and the details here are there but they aren t emotionally...

  8. says:

    I really liked this saga I hope the author continues it This one is a bit slower than the first one, that makes me to lost a bit the interest in some parts Im not speaking about the relationship, I LOVE slow burns , here the two of them are pretty into the other one quite soon but the PLOT is really slow.Anyways the characters are super cute and gentle so that is always a win for me I really liked this saga I hope the author continues it This one is a bit slower than the fir...

  9. says:

    At just seventeen years old, Lachlan Buttar has experiencedgrief and tragedy than most grown men Raised by a single mother that recently died of cancer He was evicted from their home with nothing but the clothes on his back The local minister and his family take Lachlan in, but the minister s perfect angel son s halo is held up by his horns Broken, exhausted and at the end of his rope, Lachlan winds up at a local Dairy farm run by an openly gay couple Foster and Javi from book 1 and At just seventeen years old, Lachlan Buttar has experiencedgrief and tragedy than most grown men Raised by a single mother that recently died of cancer He was evicted from their home with nothing but the clothes on his back The local minister and his family take Lachlan in, but the minister s perfect angel son s halo is held up by his horns Broken, exhausted and at the end of his rope, Lachlan winds up at a local Dairy farm run by an openly gay couple Foster and Javi from book 1 and isthan skeptical when everyone offers him a helping hand Abe Armitage can relate with Lachlan inways than one He too lost his mother and he too is looked at like he s wrong because he s gay by his own father There s only a few years between them, Abe is 2...

  10. says:

    Note This book was provided to me by the publisher through Hearts on Fire Reviews in exchange for an impartial review I always enjoy an Andrew Grey romance that takes me back to the simple life I led in my early years Don t get me wrong this is not a historical it s just that these characters lead the simple, uncomplicated life of young men living in the country, pursuing agricultural careers and facing ordinary problems The author also usually adds in a minor issue, sometimes homophobia, b Note This book was provided to me by the publisher through Hearts on Fire Reviews in exchange for an impartial review I always enjoy an Andrew Grey romance that takes me back to the simple life I led in my early years Don t get me wrong this is not a historical it s just that these characters lead the simple, uncomplicated life of young men living in the country, pursuing agricultural careers and facing ordinary problems The author also usually adds in a minor issu...

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