Jake McDaniel is looking for a tax break, and what better way than to take up…farming? This ex-football player turned businessman turned unwitting goat farmer is up to his knees in goat drama. Runaway goats, dehydrated goats, and a baby goat that wants no one other than him, Jake needs more help than he cares to admit. Good thing the sexy veterinarian is right there to coach him on how to be a farmer. The only problem is, Laken’s not looking for anything more than a good time, while Jake is looking for his forever girl.
Will the baby goat, and Laken, be enough to get Jake to stay? Or will he take his tax break and hoof it back to Chicago? One thing is for certain…what happens on the farm doesn’t always stay on the farm.
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4 Southern Stars
This series can't be anymore sweeter and it makes me want to move to Whynot every time I finish a book! Barking Up the Wrong Tree is all about the sassy town's veterinarian, Laken Mancinkus. Laken had her heart broken in the past by a city-boy and she has no interest in repeating the past. She loves living close to family and taking care of the local animals. But when big city businessman, Jake McDaniel blows into town, it changes it all for Laken.
Jake McDaniel buys a farm in Whynot, but he doesn't have any farm life experience. But it can't be that hard, right? Just hire someone and let them do the work, while he reaps the tax benefits. Wrong! Jake ends up learning to care for goats and the farm--but not without the help of Laken. And he can't help be smitten by the sassy Vet.
About the Author
Juliette Poe is the sweet and swoony alter ego of New York Times Best Selling author, Sawyer Bennett.
A fun-loving southern girl, Juliette knows the allure of sweet tea, small towns, and long summer nights, that some of the best dates end sitting on the front porch swing, and that family is top priority. She brings love in the south to life in her debut series, Sex & Sweet Tea.
When Juliette isn’t delivering the sweetest kind of romance, she’s teaching her southern belle daughter the fine art of fishing, the importance of wearing Chucks, and the endless possibilities of a vivid imagination.
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