Butter You Up: A Grumpy Sunshine Romantic Comedy

Liz Alden
5.0
5 reviews
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Cows are better than people – a fact I've sworn by until the irresistibly upbeat Molly comes barreling into my life, running my farm stand and bringing the summer heat with her.


She's also working for Fork Lick’s most debt-ridden business: my family's farm. I try to stay out of that manure pile. Except the crush I have on her makes me think about doing things like smiling all day and patching up my relationship with my brother.


And then I learn she has a thing for me in flannel and we’re on fire between the sheets. Just when I think Molly might be having feelings for me too, old pain comes bleating back in–this was all a set up and I’ve been played.


Butter You Up continues the Farm 2 Forking crop of laugh out loud romantic comedies set on Bedd Fellows Farm.


Get ready to grab life by the teats with an a-derp-able farm dog and baby goats galore with this hilarious and heartwarming romance by Liz Alden.



Ratings and reviews

5.0
5 reviews
Erin Lewis
June 13, 2024
From the first chapter I was hooked on their story, add in Alex’s grandmother and the Bedd family and you are in for an entertaining read. I fell hard and fast for Molly and Alex, they are such wonderful characters and so easy to relate too. She brings the light into Alex’s life that he didn’t know he needed.

This book ticked all the boxes for me from the first to the last chapter. I love romantic comedy stories and this was a good example of the genre.
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Jennifer “Jen” Stevens
June 20, 2024
Butter You Up is Book 2 of the Farm 2 Forking series. It's a sweet, steamy, grumpy-sunshine, small-town romantic comedy from Liz Alden. Molly is a traveling nomad living out of her van. When it needs to have some work done, she ends up in the small town, Fork Lick. Alex is a hunky, grumpy, dairy farmer in Fork Lick. In exchange for Molly parking her van, she will work at the store to sell their dairy products when needed. While doing same, she grows close to Alex and his Grandma. Alex has some serious walls up, but Molly's sunshininess starts to break down his walls. They developed a great friendship and had great chemistry. The slow burn turned into sweet heat!! 🔥🥵 I just loved this feel-good, funny romance that ended on such a happy note!!. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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Amy Reierson
June 13, 2024
Baarbara if you didn't read the first book is back but you will be glad to hear she's not nearly as destructive. Especially since Alex's dog Trixie is hanging around the Bedd farm more often. Why is Alex there you wonder well the Bedd Farm has a new weekend employee who is also now working weekdays at the farm store at the Dairy Farm Alex runs. But back to Molly the vanlife employ that Ethal found online who's going to help run the strawberry patch. She's a ball of sunshine and hope and everything Alex needs to help bring him out of his introverted shell. Without even trying Molly and her presence in their lives starts Alex and Ethan to a road back to communicating and so much more. The story also throws in some life struggles for other characters Molly herself is struggling with eczema. Which can be hard to treat. Molly's father is a veteran who struggles with his mental health, with PTSD. I have voluntarily left this review.
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About the author

Liz Alden is a digital nomad. Most of the time she’s on her sailboat, but sometimes she’s in Texas. She knows exactly how big the world is—having sailed around it—and exactly how small it is, having bumped in to friends worldwide. She’s been a dishwasher, an engineer, a CEO, and occasionally gets paid to write or sail.

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