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  • Finally a happy ending for Percy and Brita

    The Honeybuns in this series are a bunch of brothers who are each unique, but who are all strong, protective and chivalrous. Since the first book in the series we knew Percy and Brita, and they have been important parts of all the stories. She is a cop, he is a lawyer. She doesn't want Percy's chivalry, his protection, because she seems to take it that he doesn't consider she is able to take care of herself and others. Some time back in the series, Percy offended Brita with his he-man stuff, and they broke up. He never accepted it, has done everything he could to get back together, but it hasn't worked. She is very competent and self-reliant, with mad detective skills, and she can't take that he is always trying to protect her. Strangely enough, she has still been an integral part of the family anyway, very involved in the story as each Honeybun brother has found his honey and rescued her from whatever nasty situation she was involved in. To the Honeybun family, Brita is still Percy's honey, still part of the family. This time, Brita is the one who needs help. She walked in on the aftermath of a murder, then was attacked and lost her memory of who she was. She runs, knowing something is wrong, but Percy finds her and the family closes around her to help. Even without her memories, she is not one to let these men take the lead, but ultimately, she has to accept their help. Without telling too much more of the story, there is a lot of action, investigation, there are evil scientist, a horrible plot, fighting against hopeless odds, and a happy ending. I loved the characters, each brother is so different, but Percy is special. The other honeys only show up in the story just a little bit, and I wish we saw them interact with their Honeybun heroes more. Brita is a great character, really smart and strong. I never really understood her extreme negative reaction to being taken care of, which is central to this plot. Buy, given that is her reaction to he-man Percy, her behavior flows well. I really enjoyed this story. I received and ARC copy of this book and this is an honest review

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