To hive and to hold
Preparations for this summer's Orcas Island Lavender Festival are keeping Turtle Cove, Washington, florist Kaylee Bleu busy as a bee at The Flower Patch. However she wouldn't dream of denying a special request from her dear friend and assistant, Mary Bishop: hosting the wedding of Mary's niece, Layla, and local real estate agent Douglas Miller in the picturesque lavender fields surrounding Kaylee's home, Wildflower Cottage. Wedding and festival plans buzz along splendidly, especially thanks to a visit from Kaylee's grandmother, Bea Lyons, who lessens Kaylee's load at the flower shop while Mary concentrates on Layla's nuptials. Unfortunately, the season's sweetness turns sour when angry bees attack the happy couple's engagement party and the groom suffers a life-threatening allergic reaction. Although being stung could have been an accident, a second, more obvious, attempt on Douglas's life proves that someone is trying to stir up a hornet's nest -- with deadly intentions. --
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|Location||Call Number /
|Gainesville Public Library - Silver Springs||Insp Smi Flower Shop #24 (Text)