Jul 6, 2012
Bees in the Butterfly Garden
Meggie Davenport has been raised as a lady. She has attended boarding school for as long as she can remember, barely seeing her father. Her mother died while she was still young. Her gift for plants and landscaping has proved to be a blessing to those living at the school, as their garden attracts beautiful butterflies.
When Meg's father dies, she is suddenly thrust into a life she was not expecting. Finding out that the father she barely knew had died was a shock. Finding out he was a thief, a very good thief, was even more of a shock. But once she accepts the fact, she starts wondering if she is more like him than he event thought. Perhaps there is a reason she never really felt "at home" living as a lady. Meg decides it is time to prove that she can be as good as her dad; that she could have made him proud, if he would have only given her a chance.
I give this book two thumbs up. It is imaginative, funny, romantic and teaches a wonderful lesson about Christ's love. Thank you, Tyndale, for giving me the opportunity to review this book.
Posted by Cynthia Dyer