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Take Me to the Good Parts of This Book
Warning: The Good Parts Might Be Explicit
- It Might Be Love
- Dan has his faults, but he makes Lily laugh.
- Flirty Banter
- Lily doesn't want to barge in on a solemn, intimate occasion.
- Sexual Tension
- He has absolutely no right to kiss Lily!
- Trouble in Paradise
- Dan challenges Lily's definition of love.
- Dan offers to help Lily with the honey.
Now he's back in town after two years away and being surprisingly sweet - making Lily unsettlingly yet deliciously nervous. It seems Dan wants Lily's forgiveness...and her heart. But can he convince her - not to mention her protective schwesters and aendi - that despite the past, her future lies with him?
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By Julie on 04-26-17
Narrator needs Deutsch lessons
What made the experience of listening to Sweet as Honey the most enjoyable?
The story line was excellent.
What did you like best about this story?
The author made the characters seem real.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
The narration was a bit annoying because she mispronounced so many of the Deutsch words....for instance, "Die" is not pronounced as the act of dying, but "dee" and it was infuriating every time she used the word. Several times I had to turn the book off because I couldn't deal with it.
Any additional comments?
I loved the story, but the narration was something else.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
By Sarah S. on 05-22-18
I will not be finishing this series
The main character in this story, Lily, got on my nerves so bad. I don't know much about Amish culture but the author made Lily seem so weak minded that whenever her boyfriend said jump she said how high. Another issue was how easy he could manipulate her with the Word of God, I know that this happens all the time but it was exhausting "watching" Lily make up with Dan then letting Paul manipulate her, it was an endless cycle.