Book Review: The Beekeeper’s Daughter by Jane Jordan

beeThe Beekeeper’s Daughter
by Jane Jordan

  • Print Length: 386 pages
  • Publisher: Black Opal Books (November 24, 2016)
  • Publication Date: November 24, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N99GS1E


My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

My Review:

When you see the artwork of the cover, you get this feeling there is more to this story than beekeeping. You will not be wrong. The Beekeeper’s Daughter is an in-depth and amazingly well-written story of Annabel and her one-time adversary, Jevan. As they grow up together you find there is more to them than just playmates. They have a rich history that unfolds in strong emotions and unusual personalities. When there are factors that are out of their control a totally different world opens for them both.

It is at that point when Alex the son of the wealthy landowner comes into the picture. Alex professes to love Annabel and through a strength of manipulation and trickery, he sets about to capture her. From that moment on her entire life is uprooted. She is forced to be tamed from the wild child that has been her life up until now.

There are dark, hidden facts that keep the mystery growing from chapter to chapter. Each page reveals another hidden truth. Or is it the truth? I did not know from one chapter to the next, what was going to happen next. It is suspenseful and I had a hard time putting it down for even a moment.

I truly loved this book. It made me nervous with its tension and the dangerous events that were occurring around Annabel, Jevan, and Alex. I kept a glimmer of hope alive for the events to come around to a more palatable conclusion, but I was thwarted at every turn. If you love books that will keep you hopeful, worried, and surprised, this is the book to choose.

This is one of those Pick me! Pick me, books that you should listen to. You will not be sorry. You will be enthralled.

Where to find: The Beekeeper’s Daughter:

The paperback and ebook editions of the suspenseful, historical thriller are available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
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