Honey is missing and Mona is on the hunt.
GMO’s mutate uncontrollably and wreak havoc with the Earth’s genome, killing off the entire population of the planet’s human and animal life and ultimately, become extinct. During the final days, scientists successfully modify the human genome to save themselves but at a significant cost. A millennium later, human society has recovered but survives by consuming the only known source of protein available … themselves.
The Taste of Honey
When Honey Lee-Marks; a senior member of the Marks estate and favored bed mate to her master Lee Marks; fails to appear in answer to her conversion summons, everyone assumes she is a runaway. Her failure to appear throws the entire household into disarray and Lee is punished by randomly selecting several other household members to take Honey’s place.
Eager to find the runaway and return her to face her summons, Investigator Mona Bendarova follows the leads only to realize that something is not right. Using her instincts, Mona realizes that there is more to this disappearance than just an everyday runaway and her investigation takes a surprising turn.
Seeds of doubt and rebellion are planted as Mona comes into conflict with her upbringing and training in direct contrast to the facts that she uncovers. As her investigation concludes, a decision that her best friend embraces, and forever shakes her foundation of everything Mona has ever believed. Those planted seeds now germinate as she deals with her internal struggle and what to do next.
Appropriate for readers 18+.
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“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.
“Very entertaining… Riveting at points… I found myself enthralled in this book and have gotten my friends and family interested in reading this book. This book is very easy to read, and the character developments is very unique and enjoyable to follow.” — Heather Martin
“I’ve finished reading it again today. What a thought-provoking book!! I will not give the ending away. Do read it for yourself. I can promise you that you won’t be disappointed.” — LaFetishiste
“Really got me thinking. This book really got me. From the very beginning I had the feeling something wasn’t typical … and Mr. Verry certainly came through with that as the plot develops. … Read this one for yourself … very entertaining!!” — Helena Price
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