ARC Review: Honey Girl- Morgan Rogers

Title: Honey Girl

Author: Morgan Rogers

Publisher: Park Row Books

Pages: 352

Rating: 5/5

‘Honey Girl’ was just an amazing piece of literature. You must absolutely read it. It has definitely been moved to the pile of books I have that have left quite an impression on me. This book deals with so many issues that many of us have encountered in our 20’s. The feeling of what we’re going to do after we graduate. The constant pressure of not being good enough, especially with not so supportive parents. 

Grace Porter is 28 years old and has graduated and obtained her doctoral degree as an astronomer. Now she’s having a hard time finding a job due to the major systematic issues affecting her not only as a woman, but a black queer woman. It doesn’t help that she feels she needs to live up to her fathers expectations. Seriously, he was the most annoying person ever (I hate parents who can’t let their kids choose their own dreams). To try to get away from all the madness and her own thoughts, Grace goes on a girls trip to Vegas…and well…we all know what happens in Vegas. Grace wakes up the next day, hung over with no recollection of what happened…and…a wife! A wife she remembers as smelling like flowers and sea salt. 

Join Grace on her journey of self-discovering and lookin for the woman who stole her heart. I absolutely loved this book. It showed that it’s ok to not be perfect or have your crap together. I truly admired the tight knitted relationships shown in the book. What you’ll get from reading this book….f/f romance, black women romance, and mental health representation. Huge thanks to Harlequin, Park Row, and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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