*I received a free copy from Netgalley which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
Book three in the Cranberry Cove series. After the events of the last book Monica and her brother were able to build the commercial kitchen they had been wanting after the salsa and other orders exploding causing a demand and way to pay for everything. Now it is time for pollination of cranberry bogs. Monica was unaware that bee hives are brought in to accomplish (I was too to be honest). The hives are brought in but thanks to an incoming store it is decided that will not be released until the following day. This is why Monica is surprised to hear the bees swarming later when she goes outside. To make matters worse the bee keepers assistant is laying dead in the middle of them looking like she is covered in stings with no protective equipment around. Being on the farm Monica has to get involved to figure out what happened especially when her and her brother keep finding evidence thrown all about the farm as well. I am really loving these stories by this point and I like learning more and more about cranberry bogs as we go along. The characters are easy to get attached to and I find myself really looking forward to the next installment whenever that may be. I give it 4/5 stars.