Wildflower by Mae Wood


Release Date: 08.02.2021


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 brewery into the spotlight. She thinks she knows how to do it, too--with a beer made exclusively from Vermont hops, barley and the best honey in the state. Too bad the only thing standing in her way is a 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 for, whether it’s in the hive or in the bedroom.


I have throughly enjoyed reading Wildflower.

Juliana Burton came back to Gaskin to open her own brewery and to begin her conquest to this male dominated world with her all females colleagues. She didn't expect to meet her high school crush, Riggs Lyon, in town. Riggs came back home with his teen son after a scandal, now he is a beekeeper and he helps with his family business, the fabulous Lyon's Honey. They end up to work together but they start off on the wrong foot and even if they are attracted from each other they keep arguing. Will they be helpful for each other business? Or will their relationship be irreparably ruined?

Juliana and Riggs love-hate relationship makes for the best and entertaining banters and the steamiest sex.
I've appreciated the maturity of these characters, it shows in their arguments, in their reasons to not start a relationship and in their love making.

Mae Wood wrote a very good story with witty dialogues and lovable characters that kept me glued to my reader and made me finish to read this novel too quickly.

Grab this one, you won't regret it.


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