About: Amanda battles addiction. What pushes her over the edge and causes her to get help is stealing from her fiance and leaving him at the altar. Two years after she becomes clean, she returns home. Fearing facing anybody after all that she’s done, she finds herself in an area she’s not familiar with. She manages to prove herself and become one of the group. She finds herself happy and content until Ice’s love turns up out of nowhere.
Plot: This is technically book five in a series. Three from the series and one from a spin-off series that should be read as book four. Most of this book is from the first three books but in Honey’s point of view. The last part is new information. I don’t really have a problem with that really. It helped clear up some things that the first three really didn’t.
Characters: I really adored Honey in the first three books. I thought she was sweet and caring. Everybody seemed to adore her. However, I don’t adore her as much now. She’s selfish and rude. She blames people who she should be working together with and confiding in. She should be lending support. I really would have liked to see more of the rest of the characters. I forget the one guy’s name, but he’s new. I can’t wait to read more about him.
Narration: This book was narrated by the same two as the first four books. Maya May and Mark Bravo. They have been terrific in every single book so far. I would definitely grab any audiobook that I see they narrate.
Suggestions: None that I can think of.
Recommend: Definitely! Please read the series in order though. The order is listed in the description of the books on Amazon. Probably other places too.