Book Review of The Making of a Man by Rachel Rossano

This is a short story anthology.

The Earl of Dentin returns. Eight stories ranging from short story to novelette in length give us greater understanding into why Dentin is the complex and enigmatic man he is. It also includes new adventures that happen between Honor and the next Rhynan novel.

Passing the Mantle – An ill-fated hunting trip
Forging Friendships – Recruiting able-bodied men ineligible for knighthood
The Sword of Korma Monroe – A sword made for trouble
Turning Point – A duke and an earl plot treason
The Bittersweet Pear – A marital misunderstanding
Isbeth’s Redemption – Dentin doesn’t make a good first impression
A Squire’s Love – Reginald’s quest
Restoration – A trip to Braulyn produces unexpected company

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Thoughts

Ooo, this was wonderful! I have come to love short stories that feature characters from full length novels. The Making Of A Man helped me to understand Lord Dustin more after reading the first two books in the series, which I loved.
I was so happy that I got a copy of each of the books from the author (Thank you so very much, Mrs. Rossano!), which made it so I could read them back to back which was in two days since we were driving for hours and hours both days.
My favorite of the collection was the last though only just since each was so good and I liked them all.

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