For years Meg rebels against the rules of her prestigious school, running away time and again. She finally decides to behave like a proper lady until the day she learns that the father she barely knew made his living as a liar and a thief. Trying to prove her worth to her dead father, Meg takes up residence at the home of a wealthy family whose daughters Meg went to school with. She plans to relieve the family of some of its famed gold, but does she have the tenacity to live the life her father tried so hard to protect her from?
Bees In The Butterfly Garden is a very entertaining story. Like so many people, when Meg get a taste of freedom she makes poor choices that will lead to heartache and misery for herself and those around her. The story is slow in some parts and it seems that there is more hemming and hawing than is absolutely necessary, however, it doesn’t take away from the overall story. Good book!For more information on this book and to read the first few chapters, click here, or on the title above!
I received this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.