Thursday, October 20, 2016

ARC Review - The Beekeeper's Bride by Mollie Cox Bryan!


When Josefina “Joey” Roma moves to St. Helena with her sisters, she’s looking for a fresh start. Their fiber arts and weaving company, Three Sisters Roma, keeps Joey focused—and drained. When a sexy beekeeper-slash-veterinarian rescues her and her new lambs from a swarm of bees on a country roadside, she had no idea how ‘fresh’ her life would turn. She hadn’t expected a man with a cocky attitude, cool confidence, and a pair of blue, blue, blue eyes… 

Arran Brody, home after his mother’s death to help turn around his family’s honey farm, is still trying to reconcile his feelings around his recently-wed father. Exhausted,he's ready to give up and return to his vet practice in Vermont. But, when he rescues Joey from her road-side bee dilemma, he may have found the answer to “settle the bees” in his own heart.


This laugh out loud, swoon-worthy novella was a load of fun and great on romance! I lost the count of how often I sighed and giggled. I really liked Joey (Josefina) and Arran. These two had me smiling from the get-go and I couldn't be happier with this novella.

This sweet read was a lot of fun to read. I enjoyed the romance and the sweet seduction as well as the crackling tension that came with it. It was OH SO GOOD and I could definitely use another dose of Mollie Cox Bryan's writing!

The Beekeeper's Bride gets a SWEET AS HONEY FIVE SHOOTING STARS! Its beautiful, its fun, its a great little novella.

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