Like a Bee to Honey (The Honeybee Sisters #3) by Jennifer Beckstrand (review by Cathy)

Like a Bee to Honey

About the book:  Affectionately dubbed The Honeybee Sisters in their Wisconsin Amish community, the three Christner girls are devoted beekeepers who are coming-of-age—and discovering the sweet surprise of love…
Shy, skittish Rose Christner is more comfortable tending to the beehives on the family farm and keeping her aunt’s unruly cats in line than attending social gatherings with the rest of the die youngie. A childhood trauma and secret shame keep her heart under lock and key, and Rose just can’t accept the sweet attention she’s receiving from a handsome neighbor. But the more she shies away from Josiah Yoder, the more their families sneakily plot to bring them together. And when a vandal who’s been plaguing the Honeybee Farm starts targeting Rose, Josiah’s steadfast protection—and patience—just may lead her into his waiting arms…


My review: I’ve loved this series and am sad to see it end. I’m happy with the way it ended though and loved seeing Rose mature and become a strong young woman. Josiah is my absolute favorite character in the book. He’s always been so patient and tender with Rose and he’s been my favorite throughout the series.
Of course Aunt B is back and up to her usual antics. She always manages to raise a few eyebrows with her less than conservative behavior. She’s been the one person that will go to great lengths to protect the Honeybee sisters throughout their lives. She’s truly a selfless person and just a very unique character.
This has been a fun and sweet series by Jennifer Beckstrand. The Honeybee Sisters is suitable for both young and older readers.
I received a copy through Netgalley for my honest opinion which I have given.


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