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SWEET LIKE HONEY
by Kim Louise

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural
Sensuality: HOT

2008 African-American Romance Nominee

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Louise masterfully handles some very sensitive subjects with just the right amount of humor, passion and understanding. She keeps readers on edge from the beginning of the story through unexpected twists to a greatly satisfying conclusion.

Honey Ambrose has a very successful home business, selling sex toys and sex advice exclusively through her website. She keeps all of her inventory in her home, leaving her no room to live. Concerned that her clutter is a mask for -- and is contributing to -- her constant need for attention, her brother Brax asks one of his friends to help her organize her home as a surprise birthday gift.

Houston Pace is on the cusp of becoming a household name, a few weeks away from moving to California to host his own home-reorganization
TV show. When Honey opens her door to find a "tall drink of hot chocolate" announcing that he's her birthday gift, she assumes he's a stripper! Will they be able to sort out the confusion, and Holly's messes? (KIMANI/ARABESQUE, Apr., 304 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Debbie R. Sims

Publisher: Kimani/Arabesque

Published: April 2008

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