Book Review: A Roll In The Hay by Lola Keeley
Ladies and Veterinarians.
Tess co-owned a veterinary practice in London until things went south with the girlfriend. She moves out to the country to work with best friends where she can do what she has always wanted to do: work with big animals on farms. Cows, sheep, and horses as opposed to family pets.
On her way to her new village, Tess has a run in with an extremely posh woman who is rude to her. That woman, ends up being Lady Karlson, a recent widow who has big plans for her inherited estate. They cross paths often because it is a small town and Susannah Karlson has some animals that need looking after.
I liked how Tess and Susannah did not get along at first but couldn’t stop thinking about one another. There was more to them than they gave each other credit for. They kept finding themselves in situations together which allowed them to learn all that was beyond the surface.
Overall, this was a quick and light romance. Not too much angst. A charming love story between people from different walks of life.
I recommend to those who like to read about romance, enemies to lovers, social class disparity, veterinarians, small town living, estate disputes, living your truth, and cliche lesbian music.