Book review | My thoughts—Milk & Honey

Author Michelle Kay’s interracial romance is a first time read. Amberlynn Honey Hart is a fashion editor’s assistant living her life in New York. She left behind Navasota, Texas, the first chance she got, and now she is back. Her grandfather recently passed away, leaving her the family farm and honey business. Amberlynn wants no parts of it; she plans to sell and go on the first flight smoking back to New York City; however, there might be a slight hitch to those plans. By slight, I mean former barrel racer Austin Stone. Amberlynn and Austin knew each other in high school, and Austin attempted to know her back then, but his future ex-wife would break it up before it could get started. A misunderstanding, a new potential love for Amberlynn, and Austin’s ex-wife coming back into his life. The heroine of this story, in my opinion, isn’t very likable. I did not care for the flashback where she called her dying mother a freak. I have to push through this story. It was a plethora of inconsistencies and grammatical errors throughout the book.

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