Waiting on Wednesday (17): Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers


Waiting on Wednesday was originally created by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Happy Wednesday, friends!

I hope you are all doing well and are being safe and healthy.
In today's WoW, I'm featuring an upcoming F/F romance novel. You guys, when I tell you I gasped when I saw this cover on Twitter, I'm not even exaggerating. It is so stunning! 😍

The summary also sounds amazing! It has a STEM protagonist - wohoo! And it involves a drunken Vegas wedding. The concept sounds super romantic and it also sounds like both women have some emotional obstacles to overcome. I'll be eagerly waiting for Grace and Yuki to fall in love! 

Now take a look at how beautiful this book is!


HONEY GIRL

by Morgan Rogers
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Adult
Publisher: Park Row Books
Publication Date: February 23rd 2021

A refreshingly timely and relatable debut novel about a young woman whose life plans fall apart when she meets her wife.

With her newly completed PhD in astronomy in hand, twenty-eight-year-old Grace Porter goes on a girls’ trip to Vegas to celebrate. She’s a straight A, work-through-the-summer certified high achiever. She is not the kind of person who goes to Vegas and gets drunkenly married to a woman whose name she doesn’t know…until she does exactly that.

This one moment of departure from her stern ex-military father’s plans for her life has Grace wondering why she doesn’t feel more fulfilled from completing her degree. Staggering under the weight of her father’s expectations, a struggling job market and feelings of burnout, Grace flees her home in Portland for a summer in New York with the wife she barely knows.

In New York, she’s able to ignore all the annoying questions about her future plans and falls hard for her creative and beautiful wife, Yuki Yamamoto. But when reality comes crashing in, Grace must face what she’s been running from all along—the fears that make us human, the family scars that need to heal and the longing for connection, especially when navigating the messiness of adulthood.


How good does this book sound? Do you enjoy books with STEM protagonists?
Let me know in the comments below!


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