Surprised into hiding in a men's room stall at work, Angie Peterson, owner of the Dunk and Run Coffee Shoppe, overhears two men talking about killing someone named Alastair Honeybun. Picturing a frail, helpless old Englishman, Angie rushes to warn him. There’s only one, small problem, Alastair Honeybun is six foot two inches of yummy man, who's perfectly capable of taking care of himself. But when the thugs show up while Angie's still there, they soon figure out they'll need to take care of each other.
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If you are hoping for an easy breezy, Sunday read, this isn’t it. Don’t get me wrong, the book is good! Great characters, a good plot and lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing til the end. It’s the twists and turns that may confuse you. So take some notes and hopefully it will all click into place once you get to the end.
Honey Bun and Coffeeº
This the first Honeybunn book that I have read. I must say that this is one of the most delightful books which I read. I could not stop reading. It was a a page turner. I can hardly wait to read another one. The characters were strong and the brothers were vert realistic. Very well written the entire book.
Could be good
I haven’t finished the book yet because I’m starting to get bored and I’m finding it hard to stay interested. I don’t like Angie’s character at all. She’s constantly looking at someone “panicked” or “worried” or with tears in her eyes. Also, I know most stories like this are unrealistic, but this one is over the top and a bit too cheesy. It could be a good storyline if some stuff wasn’t so overdone.