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B.R.A.G Medallion Honeree

Book Description

The unexpected death of Faye Lawson's husband forces her to face the future alone. While tending his beehives, Faye unknowingly embarks on a sacred journey which tests her to the core.

Will she realize death is an illusion, a great mystery of time and relocation, but not an end? Can Faye find the strength to forge a new path, one true to herself, but one that will end her husband's dream? Will she be able to let go and rebuild her own life and authenticity?

Will the unexpected telepathic link to a young boy with Down syndrome reveal the truth to who she really is and what her future holds?  Will the guidance of the boy's father open her heart and offer the hope she desperately needs?

Chasing Bees is a heartfelt, emotional story – one of strength, love, courage, and commitment.

Inspired by the beekeeping experiences of the author, Renate M. Bell's personal experience inside a Central Florida apiary brings depth, beauty, and exquisite detail to a refreshingly unique and captivating tale.

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