Reviews for A Taste of Honey




   Oberon is an isolated town with many secrets. Oberon resident Dan Cavanaugh thinks he and his wife Lucy have a storybook marriage and nothing can come between him them. They have a perfect family with their son, Seth. Dan runs the family business his father started before him. But his cousin Nick brings news that could shatter Dan's life forever.
    Lucy was always so happy taking care of her beehives and working at the family business, but Dan has been acting strangely the last few months.  She wonders if he could be having an affair but does not really believe he would risk their marriage. Even his relationship with Seth seemed strained lately.
    Seth meets a wonderful girl he is attracted to. Deirdre Delaney-Cooper thinks Seth is wonderful. However, she does not want to tell Seth her real name since she is harboring a secret. She tells Seth her name is Monica. What happens when the attraction between Seth and Deirdre becomes intense? Will he discover her secret? Will his parents discover his new relationship? A former enemy of Sethís will put his and Deirdreís lives in danger. Will a new group of friends with psychic abilities be able to save them?
    Ms. Forte continues the wonderful saga of Oberon with the fourth book in this series. You will visit old friends and meet new ones as this story continues.  As you revisit this town with all of the secrets and mystery, you will want to keep coming back for more. I cannot wait for the next book in this continuing saga. I want to read more about the townsfolk of Oberon.

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Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance


A Taste of Honey was a joy to read and it had me hooked right from the start. It had an excellent storyline which, over time, knitted together perfectly. Everything that you read had a purpose; nothing was surplus to requirements. This is a novel which is part of an ongoing series but it does well on its own. One thing, though, I wish Iíd read more of the series beforehand. Not because, I felt this novel needed that to be understood. Far from it! Itís because, now that Iíve read A Taste of Honey, Iíve missed out on so much by not reading the first initial books.

There was something I read within A Taste of Honey that was familiar to me and it didnít take me long to figure out where Iíd seen it before. But I wonít spoil that little surprise for you! See if you can work it out.

I loved this novel so much that I hope I get the chance to read new additions to the series. Itís by far one of the best works of fiction Iíve read in a long time.


 Carrie White, Erotic Author


This book was good enough to be on Daytime TV. I was sucked in by the flashbacks to happier times. This story was so skillfully told that even the things you weren't sure you cared about still kept you turning pages. Even when things got bad and you knew they were going to you had to keep reading. This book was simple voyeuristic pleasure. I almost feel guilty saying that I read this as part of a reviewing assignment.

Mary Ebert, Reviewer
eBook Reviews Weekly


I enjoyed A Taste of Honey by PG Forte as it was like reading an excellent soap opera. Enticing me from page one to the very end, I could not put it down. I thought the characters came to life before my very eyes. Cheering and jeering with tears in my eyes in certain parts have made me realize what an excellent writer PG Forte is. I for one will be getting all the books in the Oberon saga even though A Taste of Honey stands alone it makes you want to find out what else is going on in Oberon.

   Reviewed by: Wendi



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