One of the Honeybun's has landed in a murderer's crosshairs. Godric Honeybun is participating in a historical reenactment when he sees Chandini "Dini" Moonglow undressing as she gets ready to bathe in a creek. Enchanted by her dark skin and long black hair, Godric can't stop watching the Native American beauty until a gunshot splits the air. Dini's fine, but the question remains: Who fired the gun?
Dini, a brilliant chemist and healer who's working on a patent for a miracle cream she's developed, doesn't know why she'd given Godric the little strip tease show. When the whole camp discovers their cell phones are gone and their vehicles have been disabled, Dini worries that she may have been followed. Strange things had happened before she'd gone to the reenactment.
Battling the weather, injuries, and missing people, Dini and Godric struggle to stay alive while trying to figure out who's behind the seemingly random acts. Their attraction is a distraction and the question becomes, how much danger are they willing to put themselves in to save the other?
I love Sam Cheever's books. Though Honeybun in a Loincloth wasn't as witty as some of her previous novels, the Honeybun clan is irresistible and her work is always fun to read. I enjoyed the insight into the reenactment community and, as always, she pitched perfect tension for the romance. Sam is one of my favorite authors.
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!