Jersey Royal by C.F. White (Flying into Love book 5)

Opposites attract - The Simple Life re-imagined on a Jersey potato farm, already dealing with a host of issues of it own in the aptly named Jersey Royal

From the blurb:

Can a humble farmer bag himself a true Jersey royal to save his farm…and steal his heart?

Distant royal, Nicholas Osbourne, has one last chance to prove his worth to his wealthy family. A string of bad press over even worse relationships has him agreeing to star in a reality television series getting down and dirty with the ordinary folk. He can live a lie for a week. He’s been doing it for years.

Jersey potato farmer, Alex Hamon, has no time nor patience to babysit a pretentious television crew, nor a work-shy, bratty rich-kid. But the hefty fee and potential promotional opportunities for his farm are too tempting to turn down. He just needs to keep his head in the soil, and not on how his under-the-radar gaydar is blinking overtime for the rogue royal.

Nicholas is out of his depth. Distracted by the stunningly sexy farmer’s son, he’s unable to bury his attraction the way he has been back in London. But he’s on camera. Twenty-four-seven. It’s a disaster waiting to happen. His only saving grace is that the farmer’s son is straight…isn’t he?

Jersey Royal (Flying into Love #5) is an opposites attract, enemies to lovers, forced proximity, rich v poor, first time contemporary MM romance featuring an appearances-is-everything royal with a secret and a temperamental potato farmer with a track record for burying things.

Heather's Review:

Jersey Royal is a fun re-imagining of The Simple Life with a male protagonist - wealthy, entitled and apparently not made for work with a romantic twist - the farmer who has issues of his own, but can't seem to stop staring at the person making a royal mess of his Royal Jersey potatoes!

This book was sweet, funny and steamy!  It had great pacing and drew me in from the start.  I always love the amazing world building and descriptions that C.F. White provides and this book was definitely vivid - I felt like I spent just as much time in Jersey as Nicholas did.  I love the ending and the twists and turns it took to get there!

Rating: 5 Stars

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