Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Historical Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Sexy Indy car racer Warwicke Honeybun isn’t looking for love. But when he stumbles upon a beautiful woman being abused by a fellow driver one night, he wastes no time delivering a painful message to the man abusing her. Unfortunately, the man turns up dead the next day and the woman shows up on Warwicke’s doorstep covered in blood. Warwicke’s life gets eminently more complicated as he fights to protect her while working to clear her name; knowing all the while that she’s one of his fiercest competitors on the track.
Fabiana Maricruz hasn’t had time for men since she started competing in the male oriented sport of open wheel racing. She’s worked hard to overcome her rough beginnings as a Cuban-American living on the streets of the barrio. But now, somebody wants her to walk away from the sport she loves, and apparently they’ll do anything at all to make sure she does. Fortunately for her she has the Honeybuns on her side!
So, I know I’m probably in the minority here but I really have almost no interest in Indy Car Racing. I was a little bit worried when I picked up the next installment in the Honeybun series that I was going to be bored out of my mind.
Why? In two words: Warwicke Honeybun. He is such a hot hero that he made me want to turn each page faster to see what he would do next. He falls for Fabiana, fast and doesn’t let go.
She is a tough character, having been through a lot she’s not an easy person to get behind her defenses but Sam Cheever does a wonderful job of making her very accessable to the reader and I was impressed.
While I will never be a fan of Indy Car Racing, I am certainly a fan of Sam Cheever and this book. Its been really nice to read this series, in order, from start to finish because what it has allowed me to do is to really get to know this whole family. The Honeybuns are wonderful men filled with passionate souls, devoted hearts, and old-fashioned rarely used names.
I love these books and I recommend this latest installment highly.
5 Tea Cups!