Firstly let me compliment the cover, I love it and it's mainly what caught my attention.
I enjoyed Honey Bee, a sweet debut romance novel by Heather Shere.
laid back characters with no heavy drama or angst within the plot. Well written and easy to follow.
Sophia moves to a small town following the death of her mother wanting to live out her mother's dreams of harvesting her own honey and produce. Sophia is a kind natured character and likeable.
Sophia's home faces the practice field of the local school football team which is how she first meets Bo who teaches the kids.
Most books have two main characters but Triton Sophia's dog definitely had a major part in this story with his shenanigans.
A slow plot, Honey Bee really is a laid back read that would be a perfect read for lazy days.
Bo has been a one night stand kind of guy for so long he really doesn’t know what to do about his feelings for Sophia and Sophia just waits for him to catch up.
Told in dual pov's with humour and the occasional intimacy increasing the pace, Honey Bee is also a beautiful story of new friendships healing and new beginnings.
I laughed along to Triton's antics and enjoyed Bo and Sophia's journey to happiness.
Perfect for those with naughty mischievous dogs you will totally love Triton.
I would of preferred a bit of angst, a quicker pace but thats personal preference and overall Honey Bee is an enjoyable read, fantastic for a debut book.
Arc gratefully received for review purposes
Love can be as sweet as honey, or it can sting like a bee.
Bo Smith knows that if you go looking for honey, you get stung, so he has his life just how he wants it. No hassles, no complications, and no heartache. As the handsome high school athletics coach, he would be the pick of the small town he grew up in... if he was into commitment, or dating...or even calling back. But he has sworn off anything resembling a future and his mind isn't going to change.
Then his eyes lock on the new girl in town...She’s beautiful, intelligent, and full of surprises. Just the kind of complication he has been avoiding.
Sophia Brown is looking for the sweet simple life. She has it all planned out. Getting used to life alone isn't easy, but she has her garden, her bees, and her dog Triton to tend to. It's the fresh start she's been dreaming of, surrounded by nothing but open fields to stare at all day.
Nothing at all...unless you count the high school football team and their distractingly handsome coach, practicing right across the street.
When sparks fly, Bo must choose between the sting of his past or the sweetness of the future.
He may just find that honey tastes good on everything.
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