Review | Morning Glory Milking Farm

Title: Morning Glory Milking Farm
Author: C.M. Nascosta
Series: Cambric Creek #1
Genre: Romance
Publisher: Meduas Editoriale
Publication: 8/3/2021
Read: July 2022
Format: Digital – Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 252 Pages
Rating: 4 Stars
Content Warnings: Monster/Human Relationship, Size difference, Slight fatphobic remarks, Slow-Burn

Rating: 4 Caffeinated Stars
Rating: 4 Caffeinated Stars

Goodreads Summary:

Violet is a typical, down-on-her-luck millennial: mid-twenties, over-educated and drowning in debt, on the verge of moving into her parent’s basement. When a lifeline appears in the form of a very unconventional job in neighboring Cambric Creek, she has no choice but to grab at it with both hands.

Morning Glory Milking Farm offers full-time hours, full benefits, and generous pay with no experience needed . . . there’s only one catch. The clientele is Grade A certified prime beef, with the manly, meaty endowments to match. Milking minotaurs isn’t something Violet ever considered as a career option, but she’s determined to turn the opportunity into a reversal of fortune.

When a stern, deep-voiced client begins to specially request her for his milking sessions, maintaining her professionalism and keeping him out of her dreams is easier said than done. Violet is resolved to make a dent in her student loans and afford name-brand orange juice, and a one-sided crush on an out-of-her-league minotaur is not a part of her plan—unless her feelings aren’t so one-sided after all.

Morning Glory Milking Farm is a short human/monster romance novel, featuring a high heat slow burn with a lot of heart, and a guaranteed HEA. CWs include: cock milking, non-human anatomy, size difference, and a lot of fluid. It is the first book in the Cambric Creek monster romance series, and can be read as a standalone.

My Thoughts:

So, not going to lie, this book was an unexpected surprise. Morning Glory Milking Farm is one of those books that you just expect to be awful. Look, I know I’m not supposed to judge a book by its cover but COME ON. I expected this to be pure sex and absolutely nothing else, and boy was I wrong. This was one of the first monster romances that popped up on my FYP, and I immediately said nope. It wasn’t until a mutual convinced me that I finally gave in and read it, and now I am so upset that I didn’t read it sooner.

Rouke and Violet’s relationship was incredibly sweet and cute. I loved watching them become a couple; seeing their love story unfold was just what I needed. I don’t read many sweet romances, but this is probably one of my favorites. I loved seeing an age-gap romance where the older character respects the younger character. They were at different parts of their lives, but I never once felt that Rouke was controlling or domineering, which was refreshing.

I really liked the supporting characters and enjoyed everything to do with this book. It was sweet, cute, and downright dirty at times. I would recommend this one if you’re looking for a starter book in the monster romance genre. This book is the reason “don’t judge a book by its cover” is a saying. Trust me, it’s so much fun.

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