- Published Date: February 23, 2021
- Author: Morgan Rogers
- Genre: Romance, Contemporary, Fiction, LGBTQ+, Adult, Mental Health
- Format: Kindle/Audible
- Narrator: York Whitaker
- Length: 283 pages/10h 12m
I remember when I first saw the cover of this book and read the description. I was so excited to add this to my TBR list. The cover is beautiful and fits the title perfectly. This book was really easy to read and while not a long book, but the chapters were pretty long. While reading this, it felt like a realistic and relatable story, which is something that I can say I enjoyed about the book. I love when stories like this are realistic and relatable.
I enjoyed the ending of the book. While everything didn’t end perfectly, like any other realistic story, the ending was happy. Grace was becoming an adult and learning to deal with her struggles accordingly and I could appreciate that a lot. I know this book is labeled as a romance and it very much so has a romance element to it, but I felt that, that was the main focus of the story. I felt like this was a story of Grace maturing, becoming an adult and learning to deal with the struggles in her life.
This book started out really slow for me. I almost DNF’d, but I had faith that it would pick up eventually, which it did. I do feel like the book had more potential than what it gave off (for me). I love the elements of spreading awareness of mental health and seeking help when needed. This book didn’t wow me like I expected, but it was well written.
Did you read Honey Girl? What were your thoughts?!