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Book Review of Honor by Rachel Rossano

The Earl of Dentin excels in his position as Securer of the Realm. But the king’s order to pluck an orphaned child from a loving home unsettles Dentin. When a dark-eyed woman challenges his honor regarding the mission, Dentin finds himself unable to justify his actions or get her out of his mind. Something about her lack of fear intrigues him.

Lady Elsa Reeve attempts to avoid the marriage of convenience her brother and mother demand of her. She understands the need to pay off her brother’s massive debt. She only wants her family to consider her wishes in the process.

As Elsa becomes further entangled in a snare of her brother’s creating, only one man defends her. But can she trust Dentin, her unlikely champion, and his motives? With a murderer on the loose, Elsa’s fate in jeopardy, and a traitor plotting against the king, Dentin finds his priorities shifting in an unexpected direction.

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After wanting to read this series for a while I was thrilled to get each of the books from the author to review.
I was not disappointed, in fact I found they were even better than I expected, and I had let myself have high expectations. That can happen if you wait and wait to get around to reading a book series, don’t you think?

After reading Duty I was happy to find out more about one of the characters who had me intrigued in the first book, Lord Dentin, I wanted to know more about the man who was a character that though he wasn’t a main character he left just as much impact on me as Tomas and Brielle, his background is so painful and yet he came out with faith, strength, and I now have a new favorite fictional couple.


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