New Release and Review: Wildflower by Mae Wood


Release Date: August 2, 2021


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Cover Design: Elle Maxwell Designs

About the Book:

When the prize is love, sometimes you get stung. But if you’re lucky, you just might hit the sweet spot…  

Juliana Burton needs a medal at Speakeasy’s beer festival to push her brand-new, woman-owned brewery into the spotlight. She thinks she knows just how to do it, too–with a beer made exclusively from Vermont ingredients. Hops, check. Barley, check. But what she really needs is the best honey in the state. Too bad the only thing standing in her way is six feet tall, smokin’ sexy, and her secret high school crush.

After a very public disaster in Boston, Riggs Lyon is home with his teenage son in tow.  Riggs is taking over the family beekeeping business with an eye to offload it and start life over somewhere where “Lyin’ Lyon” isn’t a joke. Selling honey to Juliana doesn’t make business sense. She can’t afford the high prices Lyon honey fetches in specialty shops and farmer’s markets. But somehow, he’s having trouble saying no to anything she asks him for, whether it’s in the hive or in the bedroom.


What happens when you have one of my favorite authors write a book in one of my favorite worlds?  You get a fantastic book that I was very excited to read.  There’s just something about being this this True North world that feels like coming home.  This book is all about reinventing yourself and starting over.  I love that the characters are in their 40s.  I also love that this book teaches about two vocations that I know nothing about.  After this book I feel a little smarter about beer brewing and bee keeping.  This is a fun read with both sweet and sexy moments. This book is definitely worth reading!

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