I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Shelly Laurenston
Released: March 27th 2018
Series: The Honey Badgers #1
Published by Kensington
I always enjoy reading the ridiculous antics that Laurenston puts her characters through.””
~ Under the Covers
The first in this brand new series by Shelly Laurenston is just as fun and crazy as her other books. When Charlie Taylor-MacKilligan comes running into Berg’s life, he simply cannot just let her go, especially when it seems like she is in trouble. Running from people trying to kill her, you can already get the feeling that this book is going to be a wild ride. With larger-than-life characters and hilarious jokes, these characters will definitely make you laugh and steal your heart at the same time.
I always enjoy reading the ridiculous antics that Laurenston puts her characters through. You can never really take these books too seriously and that’s really the main reason why I enjoy them. They are out of the box and creative and there are really no limits that this author won’t cross. This book is quite violent, so if you’re the type to balk at that kind of stuff, you’ll probably be offended. That’s why I said you can’t take things too seriously here.
I’m looking forward to the next books in the series. These honey badgers are freaking hilarious and I’m pretty sure you can expect more crazy times with them in the future.
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