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  • Swoony, heartfelt and a complete package

    Staci Hart can bring out the most simple emotions with the most powerful effect and For Love or Honey is not an exception. This small town enemies to lovers romance with a swoony alpha hero and a sassy sweet heroine is the best example of feel good romance with incredible depth of feels.The connection between Jo and Grant was epic. Beautiful. Heartfelt. Sensual. Complex. And it made sense.It was a complete package of swoony, heartwarming, sexy and angsty. I got completely lost in For Love Or Honey by Staci Hart as she guides me through the ups and downs of a beautiful love story accompanied by some amazing characters. I reviewed an early copy voluntarily

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  • Entertaining

    4 star Review of For Love or Honey by Staci Hart I’m not sure why this is but Staci Hart is a new author to me and how I have not read her books before I have no idea. From the first chapter I was drawn in to the enemies to lovers story she wove about Grant Stone and Jo Blum. For Jo and her family, their honey farm has been in the family for generations and they have no intention of selling, despite that Grant’s company Flexicon is offering them a ridiculous amount of money. From the moment they meet, the sparks fly and not in a good way. Who will win the battle of wills? I love stories set in small towns, such as Lindenbach, Texas. I loved how sassy and feisty Jo is and how determined she is to save her families heritage. I also enjoyed the fact that she was not afraid to stand up for herself against Grant and his company. Can Jo bring out the real Grant that he keeps hidden? It was entertaining to watch their relationship move from enemies to lovers. The story was well written and the characters were easy to relate too. The chemistry between them was intense and the fact that they were total opposites just added an additional layer to the story. The banter was witty and I found myself smiling whilst reading. When time permits I will look at other books by Ms. Hart.

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  • Witty and passionate!

    I have to say that this book had me giggling and swooning! Hart gave us such unique characters that you could not help but fall in love with in For Love or Honey. Jo is a spitfire. She gives as good as she gets, she doesn’t back down from what she believes in and sure gives Grant a run for his money. Even from the first few chapters with Grant, you could feel that he isn’t really happy with what he is having to do. That pleasing his father will never happen and my heart ached so much for him. Bring these two together and it is sizzling though. There are a lot of ups and downs in this story but it is a beautiful ride to be on. This story has wit, sizzle, epic character build and a stunning romance! One of my faves by Hart!

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  • Here comes the Blum sisters!

    Another stellar story from the amazing mind of Staci Hart! Oh how I would love to live in the town of Lindenbach! The world that Ms. Hart has created is cozy and a small town heaven! This is the story of Grant and Iris Jo.  Jo is the youngest of the Blum sisters. She is the glue that holds their family bee farm together, she is a bee whisperer (or bee witch) and works hard to make sure that big oil doesn't come to town. She wants to give them the big "Frack You" and leave them alone.  Grant is big oil, he is a snake charmer and takes pride in being able to close any deal. What he didn't expect is the Blum sisters and Jo in particular. I was heartbroken by his relationship with his father and his childhood was dismal. The sparks and chemistry between Grant and Jo erupts off the pages! Their banter and witty dialogue is phenomenal and I didn't want this story to end! I was moved by how even though both Grant and Jo knew what the score was between them, they both learned more about themselves in the process of trusting each other more.  Get your hands and hearts on this newest story, you won't regret it!

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  • A Fun and Feel Good Read!

    Without giving away too much, here are a few things I like about For Love or Honey:- 1.) Writing gets better and better with each series! This book is not my first time reading the author. Since her Austin series, I knew I was a goner! The book is a standalone and part of the Small Town Romance series. Readers can jump into this book or any of the books series. I love how each book she writes evolves into something even better than the last books in the series. The author has polished and strengthened her storytelling abilities in a way that is way polished than her writing from last year. The conflict has more at stake than the rest of the books I have encountered for this author. It's a whole town!!! 2.) Character development and transformation perfection. Both main characters change in this book, and that's what I love most about books - growing, organic characters - one that comes out better with each other versus alone. I love the honesty and vulnerability of Jo and Grant. Ironically, the most vulnerable character between the two is Grant, who seems to be the most "put-together," but not! As I got to know Grant, he became a relevant character that I was rooting for at the end. Coming in, Grant is a "loaded character." He carries a considerable amount of baggage (hung-ups) that becomes more evident when Jo starts showing him her side of the world - away from his khaki pants, big city glitz, and flashy cars. She shows him the intrinsic value of family, contentment, and happiness. With this, Grant started to look introspectively and realized everything he held necessary before wasn't anymore. The final's draw finally crumbled down when an unexpected visitor would later invalidate Grant's purpose, identity for that character. Jo is a strong and memorable character. She is impressionable and embodies family love and duty. I love how her mind works, trying to see if she can "break" or "convert" Grant through the "challenges" she imposes on him. It was sneaky, sly, and ingenious! She didn't expect her plan to backfire and later exposed her vulnerability by learning to trust Grant. The end product was hilarious yet transformative for everyone. 3.) Well researched background and information. So many details dived into the bee business, the fracking operations, and family dynamics will make readers keep going. Many of the scenes went into the fracking and bee farm business. The details were overwhelming but enough to help me understand and appreciate the business. Note: As I read through the author's acknowledgment, I found out that the book's sentiments have some basis on her family heritage and background. It's cute and adds more to the book's beauty, like an ode to her family. 4.) Off the charts chemistry! When Jo and Grant do "hook up," it was explosive! The joking banters later translate into heated passion and intimacy - HOT HOT HOT! There were many scenes that Jo and Grant took advantage of because they foresaw everything between them as temporary. 5.) Revisiting interrelated/past characters. It is nice how the author brought in past characters from the books in the series - in this case, it was from Friends with Benedicts' Presley and Sebastian. These characters came with a purpose to the story. They either helped Jo and Grant focus on their feelings or reinforced how wonderful they are as individuals. I have a short rant. I felt there were a few missing elements at the end. Yes, readers will get the angst and conflict sorted, main characters finding their HEA, and the book never loses the love story of Jo and Grant, BUT I still had more questions! Unanswered questions that were mentioned in the book but had no resolution in the end. Maybe the author felt that things got sorted out in the ending, but I didn't get it. There were still others in the town that had to give up a lot, so I want to know: (1) what came about with the fundraising effort of Main Street? (2) What will happen to Flexion's fracking efforts in the town? There were no hints of what will be next on this, but I wish the town well, and Flexion will disappear. Overall, For Love or Honey is a fun and feel-good read! It is definitely for the "enemies-to-lovers" tropes and the steamy, forced proximity genre readers. The writing is clear and easy to follow. Readers will love the strong, determined, and independent women at the forefront of the book - the Blum women. I liked how all characters grow and evolve to be their best versions, aside from the main characters. I love the book's message of finding happiness with the right person. This book have you look at honey and bees in a whole new way!

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