by Cathryn Fox
Published: November 30th 2020
Publisher: Entangled Publishing LLC (Amara)
Length: 400 pages
My Rating: 2 stars
I just inherited an apple orchard in Nova Scotia.
That’s definitely a sentence I never would have imagined saying in my life.
I’ve only ever been a socialite from New York, but that orchard is my chance to prove to my family, and myself, that I can do more. Be more. I may not exactly know what I want out of life yet, but I’m determined to stick to something—and no, I’m not talking about the bee farmer next door.
Here’s what I know. If I can’t tough out one full month of a rooster waking me at sunrise, a poolhall parrot with a foul mouth, and a llama that swings both ways, not only will I lose my self respect, I’ll lose my trust fund too.
Here’s what I don’t know. Why my neighbor with the bad attitude and a whole lot of sexy seems hell bent on sending me home. Well screw him. Not literally, of course. Except I just stumbled into his apiary, and got a look at the head beekeepers…stinger.
I had such high hopes for this book. This book is dual POV but both characters sound the same. The author does more tell than show. From the blurb I thought this would be a funny entertaining read and while there are elements of humor the book itself is quite clunky and there is too much over-explanation for the story to flow. I ended up skimming the book just see how it ends and it was a disappointment.
This is not a book I can recommend. Excellent premise but poor execution.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. *Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.