The Farmer Wants a Wife: Episode 3

The farmer’s two chosen women are now living with them on their farms, but is love blossoming?

Of all our farmers, Rob is making the most progress with the bubbly Jo, who is equally smitten. Despite Emmaline’s best efforts to impress her man, it’s not long before Rob and Jo the seal the deal with a romantic picnic, and a kiss.

James has 1,000 ewes on his farm, but it’s his devotion to his dogs that baffles Toni and Cherie! Both women are ready for a relationship, but according to James, Toni’s one up in the love stakes.

Howie knows his rural isolation isn’t for everyone, but that doesn’t bother Kristy or Karen – but the same can’t be said when it comes to cruelty to animals. The sight of pig shooting brings Kristy to tears. Will hard-worker Karen win this hunky farmer’s heart.

When Kristy missed her flight, Stephanie took the chance to start to get acquainted with wealthy wine maker Nick and his castle-like abode before the competition arrived! Nick feels attracted to both women, but when the conversation doesn’t flow on a picnic with Kristy, he wonders if Steph is the one for him…

Sarah’s the girlier of the two of Ben’s two choices, but she’s the one he’s leaning towards. Will the fact she has to temporarily leave the farm to sit an exam in Sydney give Emma the edge she needs?

Farmer Michael is back! After his job fell through, he invited Jenni and Simone up to his merino stud farm. Jenni started out as the shy farmer’s favourite, but his poor skills as a host leave her wondering if there really is a connection. Can Michael lift his game in time?

Tune in next week for more fun on the farm!

Georgia Clark

 

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About Georgia

I'm a young adult novelist with a weakness for hot nerds and cheese platters, not necessarily in that order. I am currently working on my third novel. I'm pretty excited about having just turned 30 because it means I can justify spending a lot of time thinking about homewares.
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