Book Reviews

A Sweet Story

Honey Bee (Standalone Contemporary Romance)
by Heather Shere (Author)

This review is from: January 11, 2017 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)

Heat Level:🔥🔥🔥

Bo Smith didn’t do relationships, he didn’t do dates, and he certainly didn’t fall for women who owned pets. Anything that remotely came close to an attachment and he left. So how did the new girl in town continually keep drawing him back? Bo was the first to admit that Sophia wasn’t like other women, but her dog, Triton, was a huge problem. In more ways than one.

Sophia Brown moved into the small town where her mother had grown up. She hoping for a connection after the recent loss of her mother. However, the connection she thought she’d find wasn’t what she found. The hot high school coach, Bo, who just so happened to have practice practically in her back yard everyday, also happened to be available at all the right moments. Besides, Triton really liked Bo, even though Bo didn’t seem to share the sentiment. What was she going to do? She’d never give up her beloved dog, she had to find a way into Bo’s stubborn heart.

Could two very different people make a new start? Sophia would never give up the love of her dog and Bo wasn’t the type of man to share. The future doesn’t look bright for these sweet lovers even though they are the buzz of the town.

Honey Bee is a sweet hometown romance. Heather Shere wove a lovers tale during a time after her own loss and what a cathartic remedy to weave such a sweetened tale. If only we could all take our pain and turn it into sweet honey what a better world we would live in.

Honey Bee will be live January 23rd. Look for it at your favorite eBook retailer.

Find more of my reviews on: Amazon under kayreader
or on Goodreads under Kay Daniels

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