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Maria knew about guilt. It was a stubborn, pervasive and toxic emotion, and incredibly difficult to shake. Especially if really, deep down, you didn't think you deserved to let it go.

Maria Lindsey is content. She spends her solitary days tending her bees and creating delicious honey products to fund orphaned children. A former nun, her life at Honeybee Haven has long been shaped by her self-imposed penance for terrible past events. But the arrival of two letters heralds the shattering of Maria's peaceful existence. Pushing aside the misgivings of her family and friends, Tansy Butterfield, on the eve of her marriage, made a serious deal with her adored husband, Dougal.

A deal she'd intended to honour. But, seven years on, Tansy is finding her current feelings difficult to ignore. And on top of those not-really-there feelings, Dougal wants to move to Canada!

©2016 Josephine Moon (P)2016 Audible, Ltd

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  • Ms Robyn E Sharpe
  • 10-13-17

Worst narrator ever

I couldn’t really say how good the story is because I can’t even make it through the first chapter and will be returning the book. The narrator is terrible and besides just sounding all wrong, the loud intake of breath before every sentence is so distracting and annoying that I couldn’t even focus on the story.

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