This was a better category romance than I thought. I liked learning about beekeeping.
Lots of subplots going on in this book - - Who is setting the fires around the valley? What is Annie's secret? And how did Will get that scar on his face? What will Annie do when her birth daughter seeks her out? And will Will ever be able to reconcile the terrible accident that killed two of his friends? Annie and Will open up to each other as they work side-by-side in Annie's father's apiary business. But is that enough to build a relationship on? And will Will stay long enough to find out?
good read...moved well.....easy plot.
Annie returns home to help her family's beekeeping business, but her dad went to the hospital, so Annie had to run the business on her own. Will Jennings wanted to see the beekeeping business called Ambrosia Apiary. I learned a lot about the beekeeping business. This was a great mystery figuring out who was setting the fires and the romances in the story. I couldn't put the book down.
Just as every bee returns to its hive...
She came home to help her dad. But Annie Collins never expected to run the family business on her own. Nor could she have guessed that the daughter she gave up at birth would seek her out.
Will Jennings never expected to find Ambrosia Apiary-a place that felt like home before he'd ever laid eyes on it-or face the tragedy that made him quit firefighting.
Sometimes, though, the sweetest things happen when you least expect them...