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Bees in the Butterfly Garden Audiobook
Bees in the Butterfly Garden
Written by: 
Maureen Lang
Narrated by: 
Suzy Jackson
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Bees in the Butterfly Garden Audiobook

Bees in the Butterfly Garden

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A Golden Heart Award winner, Maureen Lang pens gripping historical novels celebrating God’s grace. Set in the early 1880s, Bees in the Butterfly Garden finds 18-year-old Meg Davenport in New York City after her father dies. Never close to the man—having been raised in an exclusive prep school—Meg is surprised to learn he was not a wealthy businessman but an accomplished thief. Determined to succeed on her own, Meg decides to take up her father’s trade—but at what cost?

©2012 Maureen Lang (P)2012 Recorded Books

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    💙DARA 09-21-13
    💙DARA 09-21-13

    Audiobooks Change Tasks To Unlimited Adventures! Love Historical/Insp. Romances & Random Sale Genres. Reviews Shouldn’t Contain Spoilers ;-)

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    "Love, Forgivness, Grace and Mercy"

    I purchased this book during a sale on Audible a while ago and tucked it away for a rainy day (it rained yesterday!). This is a Christian historical that is a bit slow going at first but speeds up as the story progresses. (Now that I finished the book I appreciate the unhurriedness of the beginning as it proved beneficial for story and character development)

    Without giving too much away, the main character Meg was sent to an elite boarding school as a child by her thieving father because he wanted a better life for her. As a result Meg feels abandoned, unloved and makes bad decisions that bring consequences. Along the way she meets good and bad people who influence her life in ways she never dreamed. She learns life lessons that effect not only herself but those close to her.

    Although there is a bit of romance in the story the real "love" story God's love, grace, forgiveness, and mercy for those who feel unwanted, unloved, and undeserving. It's a story of faith that everyone can relate to at one time or another.

    I have to also say the narrator did a wonderful job. Her voices for both the male and female as well as younger or older people was spot on. She made the listen even better.

    I recommend this book If you enjoy good faith based Christian stories with a good message of true Love. It is a book that leaves you believing there is hope!. ;-)

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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