Publisher: Harper Collins Pub. UK
Weight: 420 g
To discover the sweetest things in life, you sometimes have to lose your way..The small town of Redstone welcomes new and old faces alike, and yet every door hides a story of love and loss, betrayal and hope..
Australian born Lillie arrives in Ireland to lay the ghosts of the past to rest. But then she meets Frankie, whose husband has just been made redundant, putting their dream house and their marriage under terrible strain.
Frankie's in need of a true friend. So is Peggy: just thirty, she's opening her own knitting shop on the pretty high street. But her personal life is a closed book. The possibility of a family of her own brings back unwanted memories of a past she's spent her adult life running from.
Wrapped in the small community's warmth, the three women begin to see that what feels like an ending is actually just the beginning..
First and foremost, let me address the obvious question in mind... is this a story about bees, honey or queen bees? Sorry to disappoint, it's none of the above. Honestly speaking, I noted only two incidents in the book that actually mentioned bees. This is a wonderful story on friendship, of hope, and of redemption. Cathy Kelly is such a masterful storyteller and she really does know how to make her characters memorable. A light read, at best, and perfect for when you want to read something heartwarming with a warm cuppa of cocoa. Fans of the late Maeve Binchy's will surely enjoy this book.
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