She's too shy to give him the time of day ... but he's not the kind to give up.
Carson Green can't stop thinking about Julianna Walsh, the lovely author who's renting a house in town for the summer. He's tried to be friendly, but she's made it clear she wants to be left alone.
However, Carson knows what Juliana doesn't -- her temporary home is a bee magnet, and swarming season is here. Since he's the local bee expert, she'll have no choice but to ask for his help. When she does, he'll be ready to do more than carry her bees away to his apiary.
Julianna Walsh has worked hard to overcome the emotional scars her father inflicted, but meeting new people is still difficult. Especially when they're as good looking as Carson Green.
When she discovers her walls are filled with bees, she reluctantly turns to Carson. Being around him fills her with unfamiliar emotions ... feelings she scarcely dares to admit, even to herself.
When her past intrudes once more, threatening the life she's built and her chances for a happy future, will Julianna trust Carson with her heart as well as her home? And can he protect her from the lies that try to take root in her soul?
Welcome to the small town of Elm Ridge, Kentucky, where you’ll swoon, smile, and fall helplessly in love with the Green family. This heartwarming romance has no cliffhangers and no cheating.
Carson finds Julianna
I think this one was my favorite, tho I like them all so much, it’s hard to have a real fave. Carson, studious, book worm, and bee keeper - he was kind of gobsmacked when he met Julianna. Julianna, painfully shy, didn’t believe anyone could care for her. Love at first sight? Quite possibly! I was disappointed when this story ended. I think there are all kinds of possibilities for future stories, as I can’t imagine I’m the only one to want to know “then what?”
Carson and Julianna
Carson is the sixth book in Kentucky Green series set in Elm Ridge, Kentucky and it centers around Carson and the newest resident, Julianna Walsh, an author. Julianna rents the Jenkins house and quickly finds out about a recurring problem that happens there, bees love to build their hives in the bedroom wall of the house. Juliana thinks she can handle the problem herself. Wait until you read what happens, lol. This is a fast read and is a clean romance that is appropriate for all ages. I won’t leave any spoilers, but I really enjoyed this book and I can’t wait to read Hudson’s story next. Each book can be read as a stand-alone book, but I recommend reading each book in order for the best reading experience.