Book cover for Honey


The hottest y2k nostalgia read for summer

Description of book

I didn't like to perform. I liked to be loved.

'Like Daisy Jones soaked in Britney Spears' Curious' HOLLY BOURNE

'It's a delightfully bubblegum novel of hot summer nostalgia' LITHUB

'A sexy swagger of a debut' EMMA STRAUB

It is 1997, and Amber Young has received a life-changing call. It's a chance thousands of girls would die for: the opportunity to join girl group Cloud9 in Los Angeles and escape her small town. She quickly finds herself in the orbits of fellow rising stars Gwen Morris, a driven singer-dancer, and Wes Kingston, a member of the biggest boy band in the world, ETA.

As Amber embarks on her solo career and her fame intensifies, she increasingly finds herself reduced to a body, a voice, an object. Surrounded by the wrong kind of people and driven by a desire for recognition and success, for love and sex, for agency and connection, Amber comes of age at a time when the kaleidoscope of public opinion can distort everything, and one mistake can shatter a career.

Inspired by the starlets of the 90s and noughties who became as infamous for their personal lives as their hypersexualised music videos and lyrics, Honey is a novel about the journey from girlhood to womanhood and how far we are willing to go in the pursuit of love . . .

Readers LOVE Honey

'Honey is going to be one of THE books of the summer'

'A knockout debut novel'

'Daisy Jones meets 90s/00s early pop!'

'From start to finish the nostalgia I felt while reading this book was UNREAL!'

'This definitely gives Britney Spears, Mandy Moore and Christina Aguilera vibes'

'I was captivated every second'

'My favourite book of the year so far, hands down'

'I loved each and every character'