Sunday, May 29, 2011

Review -- HONEYBUN SHEIK by Sam Cheever

(Book 2 in the Honeybun Cousins series)

Wow I have to say it is no secret that I'm a huge fan of the Honeybun hunks and I was a little suspect that the cousins could live up to my expectations. But Sam Cheever once again gives her readers a fantastic adventure. If you are a fan you will definitely love this one and if you aren't all you need do is pick this up and you will be. The lead characters are charming and easy to relate to even though I have absolutely nothing in common with either. I'm sorry to say I couldn't give out the full 5 stars because I simply missed my gorgeous red-headed hunks -- but I highly recommend you read this one if you are looking for something to put a smile on your face.

Callia Honeybun wants nothing more than a chance to rest up and heal from a bad breakup. Trained in weaponry and the martial arts, Callia is nobody’s victim. However, when she crashes her snowmobile during a blizzard and wakes up in the chalet of a gorgeous man with a middle eastern accent, she has no idea how dangerous her day is about to become.
Abdel Ezzat is being hunted. He’s determined to avoid entanglements. But he can’t just ignore the beautiful black woman he finds lying unconscious in the snow. He quickly discovers his new houseguest is strangely unwilling to let him “protect” her. And as much as he tries to ignore her skills and treat her like a lady, he soon realizes he just might need her to stay alive!

4.5 out of 5

1 comment:

Sam Cheever said...

Hey Venus! Thanks so much for reviewing Honeybun Sheik! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Book 5 of the Honeybun Hunks, Honeybun in a Loin Cloth, will be on cyber shelves soon!