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Wanted A Hot Honey of a ManLove brought Jennifer D'Amico to Scotland but it's honey that makes her stay Her honey farm is all the beautiful widow has left of her brief marriage All she needs is a master beekeeper to get the flailing business back on track What she gets is Grayson McGhilly a boldly sexy stranger who knows his honey almost as well as he k. Like Honey unfortunately fell into a class of romances that are all too common adorable concept and characters that could have been amazing but in the end fall flat and don t meet expectations We start off with what could be the sort of romance that I m actually a pretty big sucker for a widow who s struggling to run a business on her own trying to put her life back together This was the part of the blurb that drew me in I adore stories that touch on the bittersweet joy of finding true love againWhat I got though was a book full full of stilted awkward writing with than a few scenes that were either downright disturbing or just threw off the track of the book The chapter transitions are very awkward and than once made me grimace because they made me pause in the flow of my reading For example one chapter ends like this What stood before him was astounding Sounds pretty good right Except then the next chapter literally makes NO mention of it Not only does it switch POVs but then the main character notes that the other person is mesmerized but does nothing to explain why This sort of shit bugs me Don t just tell me that something is amazing tell me WHY There s a mention of stone and wood floor beamed ceilings and that s it Nothing to get across the reason why the character was so in awe Another example One thought of him as the vibrator shook her parts and she soon unraveled Uh This isn t sexy Another thing that was VERY strange is that both characters have flashbacks wait for it to sex scenes with OTHER characters I m just going to stop right here for a moment and say that I m pretty sure that this is about the first romance that had the characters thinking about sex with OTHER people These were not casual thoughts they were outright fantasiesdescriptions of the main characters who the romance centres around getting it on with other people I don t know whether the author meant it as backstory or insight or whatever but it just did not work for me whatsoever If I m supposed to be invested in these two characters falling for each other what s with the dreams about other people But it doesn t stop there THEN there is a scene that was pretty gross for me because the male character rapes the female character I will say that I don t think that the author meant it that way but it still completely sleeved me out Here is the scene She smacked him hard across the face Get out He pinned her arms down as he climbed on top of her You don t really want that She felt him pressing into her and oh God he was right She wanted him there inside of her holding her Still his girlfriend was in his cottage This was wrong She twisted against him Get out Gray she said Go back to Kasey I don t want any part of this Jen I don t love her She s not staying I promise he said breathing heavy NOPE NOPE NOPE Look I get that the author has us inside Jennifer s head for a reason but the fact that Gray didn t listen to her INSTANT TURN OFF If a person says get out in the middle of sex you fucking get out or you at least fucking STOP You do not keep going You do not pin the other person down and climb on top of them ARGH Seriously The only reason I didn t one star it on the basis of this alone is because I m fairly sure the author thought it would be hot and domineering So yeah From there it meanders on through the development of the mystery and my curiosity was really the only thing that kept me reading but the answer wasn t all that fascinating Most will probably have an idea fairly early on the novel in my opinion Add that to the inconsistent writing and awkward pace and what was supposed to be a cute romance went down the toilet The mystery was just okay but not very compelling and after the above I couldn t even really get into the romance before It didn t work for me because I didn t buy the development throughout the book and to be honest it seemed as though both of them were rather hung up on their exes I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in return for an honest review

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Like Honey Saffron Nights #3

Nows how to bring Jennifer to the brink of passionFrom the moment Gray lays eyes on Jennifer he's hooked mind and body But his mission isn't just to savor every succulent inch of her but to keep her from harm For Gray isn't just a beekeeper but an undercover agent investigating criminal activity at her farm And now he'll do just about anything to keep t. Grayson has a little obsessions with aes and Jennifer s in particular he liked her a Heart shaped firm looking with just a bit of a sexy jiggle I mean the boy really enjoys her a he turned her over I just want to see that a he said She had no choice but to comply She was a simmering mess under his skilled hands Compliant He ran them up and down her back and then to her firm a Soft skin beneath his calloused hands Yes he said So perfect I mean the girl gets a thrill when her man is home his hands moved all over her as her legs held him closer Skin on skin Breath on her neck She arched against him and almost purred Mmmmmm she said You re home I mean Gray can voice his feelings which is always a good thing in a relationship oh that it s um really hard for me to concentrate about anything when you re naked in my bed and I ve just gotten some very good head and watched your gorgeous face as I pleasure you In fact he said and placed her hand on his co I m not thinking about anything right now except effing you I loved this book it really was a great read

Liz Everly á 8 Free read

He sweet and oh so satisfying Jennifer safe in his armsPraise for Liz Everly's Saffron Nights RomancesA sensual tale with a bit of mystery Cravings is packed with heat Marina Adair national bestselling authorBUY THIS BOOK You will thank me later Yes it's that good Harlie's Books on Saffron NightsVery hot Readaholic's Reviews on Saffron Nights61500 Words. Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviewsby JulieLike Honey was very interesting I liked reading all about the honey and although it didn t get too technical I learned that not all honey is the same and that beekeepers really love their bees It s almost an art form and this author really showed the love Like Honey was a good romance rolled into a good mystery with some murder and a happy outcome I also liked that even though it s based in Scotland it was still easy to follow since it didn t get into a lot of Scottish history or the Scottish brogue There was a piece of information that was left unanswered but apparently not necessary to the outcome of the storySource Author in exchange for an honest and unbiased reviewRating 45


10 thoughts on “Like Honey Saffron Nights #3

  1. says:

    DNF at 30%no ratingI'm trying not to nitpick but I do want to mention why I didn't finish First of all the situation that initially starts the story off was a bit of a smack in the face with it's over the top sexuality Within a few pages she's off agreeing to boink a perfect stranger at a masked ball While thinking about how this s

  2. says:

    Like Honey unfortunately fell into a class of romances that are all too common adorable concept and characters that could have been amazing but in the end fall flat and don’t meet expectations We start off with what could be the sort of romance that I’m actually a pretty big sucker for a widow who’s struggling to run a business on her own trying to put her life back together This was the part of the blur

  3. says:

    I reuested this title on NetGalley and never really expected to be granted early access but I am OH SO Glad that I did Liz Everly has a wonderfully written evocative story that is full of honey and bees and redolent with the Scottish countryside Jennifer was widowed after a short marriage and now finds herself managing her dead husband’s family business a honey farm Completely unprepared for both life as it has twisted and learning slowl

  4. says:

    FIVE STARS Like Honey opens with a romantic scene of flashing colors in a candlelit ballroom and men in kilts at the Mead Makers Masked Ball Who wouldn’t love that?Widow Jennifer D’Amico is struggling to emerge from her grief over the loss of her husband Ren who was killed two months after their marriage At the ball sh

  5. says:

    Grayson has a little obsessions with aes and Jennifer's in particular he liked her a Heart shaped firm looking with just a bit of a sexy jiggle I mean the boy really enjoys her a he turned her over I just want to see that a he said She had no choice but to comply She was a simmering mess under his skilled hands Compliant He ran them up and do

  6. says:

    Like Honey is part of the Saffron Series and although I have not read any of those books I must say I really like this book and will go back and read the others The research that went into this book on beekeeping and honey blew me away I had no idea it was such an intricate process and I love being able to read a book where I learn a little about a subject Now the book was hot It was very well written and I l

  7. says:

    Hot Would you like to take a wild ride to Scotland? Silly uestion This particular hot and wild ride revolves around a pair of ex pat Americans so the reader doesn’t have to put up with Scots speak writing which

  8. says:

    Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviewsby JulieLike Honey was very interesting I liked reading all about the honey and although it didn't get too technical I learned that not all honey is the same and that beekeepers really love their bees It's almost an art form and this author really showed the love Like Honey was a good romance rolled into a good mystery with some murder and a happy outcome I also liked that even though i

  9. says:

    375 StarsA hot and steamy romance set in contemporary Scotland Agents beekeepers and a murder mystery oh my The author appears to have done uite a bit of research on honey farms and all things related My favorite part is the honey tastings Recommended for adult romance readers onlyNet Galley Feedback

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