Tuesday, September 14, 2021

REVIEW: For Love or Honey by Staci Hart


For Love or Honey is such a treat. I consumed this novel in less than a day (which I always feel so guilty about because I know that it took months to write and I just inhaled it in a day, but I digress..) and was very put out when I got to the last page and there wasn't more. I would've gladly binged the next one and the next one, if they were available to read. 

So what made this such a fun experience? Wellllllll, first I love a good enemies to lovers trope and Jo and Grant most definitely start on opposite sides of fracking. They're both stubborn and tricky and the dialogue that comes from their run ins is perfect and hilarious. The way that each of them approach the other and try to get what they want...*chef's kiss*. Jo's tests and Grant's willingness to be put through them are also hilarious and build that romantic tension that we all love in Staci Hart's romcoms.

In addition to Grant and Jo's storyline, I can't help but fall in love with all of the secondary characters--her family, the small town friends, neighbors, and gossips--added warmth and familiarity. And of course, the small community, despite the small town gossip and conflicts that can arise, is romanticized in a way that makes me *think* I want to immediately move to a small town (having grown up in a small town, I definitely don't want that at this point but it such a testament to her writing that I would even entertain the idea). 

Not only did I fall in love with Jo and Grant's love story, I found myself loving to hate Grant's dad and all the things he represents. Staci Hart can write the heck out of villain and his dad was e-v-i-l and I wanted to smack him every time he arrived on my page.

All of this to say that I was completely absorbed and entertained by For Love or Honey and I'm sad that it's over but I'm eager to read what comes next. 

For Love or Honey by Staci Hart is a brand new enemies to lovers rom - com, available NOW! This new release is the perfect weekend binge. Grab your copy from your favorite online retailer!

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"Leave me with this book, the characters and the bees and I’ll be one happy reader - probably forever." - The Chatty Romance Reader


When the devil comes to town, you have to meet him head on.

Which is exactly what I did when Grant Stone rolled into our small Texas town, driving a sports car I could fit in the bed of my truck, wearing a suit as black as his soul. He’s here to acquire mineral rights to half a dozen farms in town.

And there’s no way he’s getting mine.

I don’t make deals with the devil.

So when he challenges me to show him the small town ropes, my motivation is the prospect of seeing him make a fool of himself. He might have an angle, but if he thinks he can finagle me into endangering my bee farm, he’s got another thi ng coming.

Until the line in the sand is washed away.

My farm in danger. A town in upheaval. A man who will stop at nothing to g et what he wants.

And me in the middle.

When the devil comes to town, you have to meet him head on.

And when he sneaks into your heart, he’ll only break it.

Staci has been a lot of things up to this point in her life -- a graphic designer, an entrepreneur, a seamstress, a clothing and handbag designer, a waitress. Can't for get that. She's also been a mom, with three little girls who are sure to grow up to break a number of hearts. She's been a wife, though she's certainly not the cleanest, or the best cook. She's also super, duper fun at a party, especially if she's been dri nking whiskey. When she's not writing, she's reading, sleeping, gaming, or designing graphics.

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