Title: Honeybun in a Loin Cloth (Honeybun Hunks: Book 5)
Author: Sam Cheever
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Publication Date: August 25, 2011
Genre: Contemporary, Interracial/Multicultural, Suspense
Length: 65,956 words
Heat Level: Spicy
Date: September 7, 2011
When Godric Honeybun decides to portray a Native American in a war reenactment weekend, he doesn’t expect to run into his own, personal Indian princess on the battle field. Much to his amazement, when someone tries to kill her, he quickly discovers his inner warrior as he fights to keep her safe.
Chandini Moonglow likes reenactment weekends because they allow her to get in touch with her Native American roots. A brilliant chemist and holistic healer, Dini can’t imagine who might want her dead.
But she does know that the tall, sexy man with curly, auburn hair and an impossibly deep voice might be all that stands between her and certain death. And, for a variety of reasons, she’s really glad he’s there!
Honeybun in a Loin Cloth is another swift and sweet offering from Sam Cheever. This was a realistic and romantic adventure that kept me on the edge of my pants as I wandered through the wilderness with the couple battling the badguy, the heat and the rampant sexual chemistry. Just like all the other Honeybun brothers who had their stories before him, Godric is near perfect hero material. He’s a doctor and he has all that and the clan protectiveness as well. The heroine brings out his inner guardian as well as his outer sexual being. Dini balances absolutely with this hottie. She is strong and smart and bold. Once again the quirky and lovable secondary characters add to the enjoyment and it is great to catch up with previous couples. These Honeybun brothers are more than eye candy and I for one cannot get enough of them. If you have not read any of the previous books don’t worry you do not need to in order to enjoy this one, but I highly recommend them all. Once again Sam Cheever's witty tone and wry sense of humor provide a fantastic break from reality. I cannot wait to see what the remaining brothers and cousins get themselves up to.