Kindle Edition, 400 pages
Published July 30th 2015 by Avon
"Finding love isn’t always black and white…
You: kind, piano-playing sex god
Me: hopelessly romantic charity shop manager
Honeysuckle Jones has a problem, and her best friends Nell and Tash are on a mission to help her solve it. She needs a man – a caring, intelligent, funny man. But most importantly, a man who’s good with his hands…
Luckily Honey’s new neighbour – moody, antisocial ex-chef Hal – fails on almost every count. Even though the chemistry between them is electric, he’s obviously wrong for her in every way.
But when Honey discovers the devastating reason for his moods she decides to give him another chance. And discovers that the best songs aren’t always in tune…
A hilarious, feel-good, sexy romantic comedy for fans of Lucy Diamond, Paige Toon and Giovanna Fletcher."
I love it when I find a gem of a book like this. The story flows beautifully, the characters leap off the page and are funny, sexy and human.
The characters' relationships are brilliantly developed and I felt as though they really had known each other for years. I really enjoyed Honey's friendship with Mimi and Lucille and the other residents of the old people's home where she works. Also, Honey's best friends Tash and Nell are really funny in their determination to set Honey up with various pianists.
Hal is a brilliant character who is struggling with coming to terms with a change in his life and so is antagonistic to everyone he meets. Sparks fly off the page in every scene with Honey and Hal together. Their arguments were hilarious but there were many tender and touching moments in this book too.
I loved this book and can't wait to read others by this author. 5 out of 5.
About the Author:
Romantic comedy writer, disorganised mum, fairy light lover, and champion wine drinker.
Slightly less smutty alter-ego of Kitty French, USA Today bestselling smut fictionista.
Twitter ~ @katfrench_