Perfect Rows by Holly Day

Perfect Rows is another enjoyable short celebrating strange holidays 

From the blurb:

Everything would've been perfect if Grayson Dawe hadn't been forced to share his garden with Camden Hensley. Grayson has everything he needs in life -- a job, friends, a house he loves, and a garden. He wants to grow enough vegetables to cover his needs over the summer, and he has a plan for how to achieve it.

Camden Hensley loves his garden. He loves beautiful flowers in perfect rows, sweet scents and buzzing bees, but his neighbor, Grayson, messes everything up. He mixes vegetables with flowers in the growing beds and is incapable of placing plants in straight lines. And when Cam pulls out the plants growing in the wrong place, Grayson snarls at him.

Grayson doesn't want to fight with Camden, but he's completely unreasonable. Cam only wants Grayson to stop creating chaos and to grow flowers instead of vegetables. Neither of them is willing to back down, and days in the garden usually end in shouting matches, at least until Grayson realizes he can shut Cam up by kissing him. But will they ever be able to agree about what plants should grow where?

Jacquie's Review:

I really enjoy these novellas that celebrate random holidays, in this instance, Naked Gardening Day.

Cam and Greyson share a garden space and Greyson wants to grow food to be more self-sustaining, while Cam wants flowers for a peaceful space. 

There's a lot of antagonism between them and for me, the change to love interests happened a little quickly. There was more interest on Greyson's part than Camden's.

Overall though, Perfect Rows is a sweet short and I'm glad I picked it up 

Rating: 4 Stars

Perfect Rows is a 65 page novella and currently available as an e-book on Amazon.