Taste of Honey
The Taste of Honey
The Taste of Honey
If you like dystopian stories, suspense mysteries, and complex characters, you’ll love this page turning provocative thriller. Tap the link to read the book today!
Reviews from Readers like you!
Engaging Story! Jun 10, 2015
Engaging Story!This book engages you right from the opening paragraph. I liked the emotions depicted in this book and I found that the author doesn't have to state them for the reader to capture those feelings. I really was intrigued how the author depicted the characters. He was very descriptive and the reader could easily get to know them and even identify with their actions. After reading this book, it made me thirsty for more. ~Janet M
I'm hiding so I can concentrate on reading!
Reader Feedback CommentNovember 21, 2015
I'm hiding so I can concentrate on reading!Steamy romance novels filled my head with all sorts of allusion of what it would be like to be a sexy grown-up. That was then, and this is now. I find myself doing the same thing with Richard's book, only I have kids playing in the background. So I'm hiding so I can concentrate on reading! I've been under the comforter most nights, reading Richard Verry's title, "The Taste of Honey" and calling out from under there saying "go ask Daddy" and returning promptly to my hot and steamy read. I actually enjoyed Richard's book very much, from beginning to end. His books were a bit of a stretch for my usual taste but I'm glad I delved in and had a read. Right now I'm finishing up "Broken Steele". Have YOU read Richard's books yet? ~Leah Hart
Another Stephen King in the making? 8/12/2016
Another Stephen King in the making?Richard Verry is an excellent writer. Once I started reading this book I couldn't put it down. I don't typically read sci-fi but this author keeps you reading from one steamy chapter to the next. I like reading a book where I can follow the storyline easily and this is one of those books. Perhaps another Stephen King in the making? ~Reenie K
TouchingAt first I wasn't sure if I could continue to finish this book. It seemed so barbaric. Some parts left me speechless and others were soft and tender. However, by the end I was crying. But, was it or me and how sad I felt, or for Honey in her greatest accomplishment? ~GS