The Beekeeper's Cottage

The Beekeeper's Cottage

Comforted by the gentle hum of the beehives at the bottom of the garden, Grace drains the last of her tea and walks slowly back towards the little hillside house she adores. Her marriage is over, but is it too late to start her life again? Beekeeper Grace thought throwing out her cheating husband would be the hardest thing she ever did. But when she opens the door to a...

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Title:The Beekeeper's Cottage
Author:Emma Davies
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The Beekeeper's Cottage Reviews

  • Sarah
    It was so great to be back in Hope Corner again. There is something about this fabulous setting that just transports you away from real life to this idyllic location. Even though I am not a fan of bees, I so enjoyed finding out more about them through Grace. Though don’t worry, bee’s are o...
  • Karen Hollins-Stallman
    "The Beekeeper's Cottage" by Emma Davies is the perfect summer read. This book is the sequel to "The House at Hope Corner" but it can be read as a standalone book easily.. Comforted by the gentle hum of the beehives at the bottom of the garden, Grace drains the last of her tea and walks slowly back ...
  • Elaine
    If you're looking for a gentle, feel good read grab yourself a copy of this lovely story!Amos is travelling through but decides to stay in the village of Hope Corner where he gets a job at Hope Blooms Farm, working in exchange for food and lodgings...... He's secretive about his past but has a warm ...
  • Kim
    I adore books by Emma Davies. The settings are so beautifully drawn that you really feel as though you know the area and the characters are wonderful.Grace is starting a new chapter of her life and when Amos turns up he seems to hold the key to smoothing out the difficulties and making the future lo...
  • Nicola Clough
    So lovely to go back to the same village from the last book but to hear more about a different character. It’s heartwarming but heartbreaking as well and full of romance and plenty about bees and thinking you will loose your home. Shows how you have to let go of the past to settle down and be h...
  • Angie
    Buzzing with a hint of mystery, this lovely tale of moving on is a delight to read.The first thing I loved about this story was the setting. The way both Grace’s cottage and Flora’s flower farm were described made me feel so happy and so at home, I immediately warmed to the characters with...
  • Toya
    This was my first foray into Emma Davies writing, and it most certainly will not be my last. She was able to spin a beautifully written love story amongst the gorgeous back drop of Hope Corner. When Amos first showed up unexpectedly to Hope Corner, I was immediately drawn to his quiet and brooding c...
  • Berit☀️✨
    Emma Davies Rights such engaging stories full of so much charm and whimsy. This book is a follow-up to “The House on Hope Corner”, but it could absolutely be read as a standalone. It was so fun to revisit Flora, Ned, Fraser, and Hannah. It was so lovely to see that all the flowers are blo...

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