Monday, September 12, 2016

Sweet As Honey book review

Looking for a fun, sweet read, this first in the series The Honeybee Sisters is it!
Written by Jennifer Beckstrand, meet the Christner sisters, Lily, Poppy, and Rose, along with their Aunt Bitsy, handsome Dan Kanagy, and mean spirited Paul Glick.

The first book in the series finds you deep in the Amish countryside surrounded by dandelions, bees, romance, secrets, mischief, and long deep pain of being bullied.  Words sting too, and so often, the  deep buried insults have a way of festering only to pop out later when you least seeing coming.

Forgiveness is a wonderful theme in the story of sisters bound in love, and submitting to someone when they've belittled you for years hurts Lily in more ways than one.  Thankfully humor and adventure come together  to the rescue just in time.  Follow along and enjoy this new series.  I know I did!

No compensation from anyone for this review,  I enjoyed it so much, and these are my own opinions.
Just promoting a clean enjoyable book that's fun and made me smile. :) If you like Amish fiction, you will enjoy this one.

Autumn is knocking at my door, and I am loving it!
Hope you all have a wonderful month of September!


Saimi said...

Oooo, thanks for the book review! I love to read but don't find myself doing it as often as I would like. I tend to stop everything when I'm in a good book making audio books more my style that way I can keep doing what I'm doing while being involved in a book at the same time. I did pass it along to my sister who also loves to read.

Have a great rest of your week

Farm Girl said...

Thanks for the book review. I need to read it if you like it. It sounds cute. Have a lovely September Annie!

Christine said...

Just the kind of read I love! I will look out for it as I've read other novels by Jennifer Beckstrand and enjoyed them!
Best wishes!

Summer said...

The book sounds good! Thanks for the lovely review♥

Laura Lane said...

It sounds like a nice read. I was bullied during my childhood unmercifully. Over forty years and still healing.