Milk & Honey: A Spice of Live Novel by Garett Groves
The theme of the May/December relationship, one of my favorites I must admit, continues in this, third of the Spice of Life series. For some reason, this one didn’t immediately engage my attention, as did the others although I did enjoy the story, with an Amazon 4 and a Goodreads 3.5 rating.
Lance is an artist who has lost his muse and can’t seem to paint anything of artistic value. He is under an eviction notice when he attends the wedding of his friends. Overwhelmed with feelings of self-pity and hopelessness he attends the wedding both for his friends and in hopes of snagging a sugar daddy to save him from his financial ruin. Cue Dave.
Dave as the editor-in-chief of Pride Magazine has troubles of his own with his magazine under new ownership by an owner without a single clue about the history and mission of the magazine. The journey of Lance and Dave on a magazine project brings them in touch with a variety of relationships and along the way the learn much more about each other. This is an enjoyable read, though my least favorite of the series.
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars