Book Mail – Honey by Brenda Brooks

Happy Friday! This week is finally coming to an end. I feel like we had so much going on this week and I can’t wait to just hang out at home and relax this weekend. Let’s be real though, I’ll probably end up doing all kinds of things and be just as tired. I’m not looking forward to the eye doctor after work, fingers crossed I won’t have to do the glaucoma test because that puff of air and I are not friends. Honestly, anything with the eye doctor I’m not a fan of. I don’t want anything near my eyes if I can help it – eye drops are a huge no. I’m a big baby lol

Thanks to ECW Press for the free copy in exchange for my honest review

HONEY – Brenda Brooks (out now!)

I’m loving this cover!

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Here’s the synopsis:

How far would you go for love?

As 24-year-old Nicole Hewett mourns at her father’s grave, she worries about her mother, badly injured in the car accident that killed him, and whether they’ll be able to make ends meet. Then she sees her beloved childhood friend, Honey, standing beside her old Cadillac. As Honey approaches, Nicole realizes how numb she’s felt ever since Honey fled their hometown without explanation six years earlier. Before long, Nicole’s old fascination with Honey is reignited, along with a new desire for her wild, charismatic friend. But the prodigal has returned bearing secrets and troubles, and when Honey disappears again Nicole must decide: Is her lover in peril? Or is she the peril?

Honey is a thrilling modern noir novel with a classic refrain: nothing is more dangerous than love

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