Honor

Honor Sometimes falling in love isn t enough Lady Verena Westbridge would rather die than marry When her father accepts the depraved Percival Winters on her behalf flight seems her only option and enterin

  • Title: Honor
  • Author: Jaimey Grant
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  • Page: 468
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sometimes, falling in love isn t enough Lady Verena Westbridge would rather die than marry When her father accepts the depraved Percival Winters on her behalf, flight seems her only option and entering into menial service the perfect hiding place Resigning herself to serving her own kind for the rest of her life, she naively believes she is safe Lord Connor NorthwickSometimes, falling in love isn t enough Lady Verena Westbridge would rather die than marry When her father accepts the depraved Percival Winters on her behalf, flight seems her only option and entering into menial service the perfect hiding place Resigning herself to serving her own kind for the rest of her life, she naively believes she is safe Lord Connor Northwicke arrives at a house party and rescues a young housemaid from the unwelcome advances of a brute Feeling the need to be near her, he offers her friendship But her disguise is undone and he must save her from her father by doing the very thing she fears the most He must marry her As Verena s past emerges in bits and pieces, fear threatens to overcome love Verena must fight for her marriaged her sanity.

    • Honor By Jaimey Grant
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      Published :2019-06-02T20:56:29+00:00

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    1. I m an author who battles ADD with sporadic doses of writing, book cover design, blogging, online promotion, homeschooling my two kids, fermenting things with my husband mostly beer , video games, reading, and housework The housework suffers I sleep and eat when I remember.Check out my blog, if you get the chance Into the Mind of Jaimey Grant

    2. For those who like meat in their regency romance but prefer it without steam, it doesn't come better than Jaimey Grant. Not afraid of tackling dark or controversial subjects, Ms. Grant deftly weaves romance into lives where reality is much more harsh than 19th century aristocratic society would accept.In "Honor" we follow the journey of a young Verena Westbridge, who has been brutally abused, then shunned and neglected by her family and left to deal with her shame in secrecy. While her extreme f [...]

    3. Before Jaimey Grant’s Honor, I had never read a modern Regency romance and, save for a few classic authors such as Jane Austen, I’ve never been a big romance novel reader at all. So I was beyond pleasantly surprised by just how much I loved this beautiful story and to find I absolutely could not put it down until I read the last word.The novel opens with Lady Verena Westbridge fleeing her home so as to escape being forced into marriage. At first it seems that, perhaps, she is simply a strong [...]

    4. Hmmmmm, I am torn at how to rate this book.It started out jumping into things quite quickly. The book begins with our heroine (Verena) in great distresshaving to run away from an abusive father and from being forced into marriage with a less then desirable characterry quickly she is saved by the swoon-worthy hero by entering into a marriage of convienance with him(which I must add are story-lines I love:).I really was enjoying (actually loving) a lot of the story. I must say thoughter the marria [...]

    5. Synopsis: Lady Verena Westbridge would rather die than marry. When her father accepts the depraved Percival Winters on her behalf, flight seems her only option and entering into menial service the perfect hiding place. Resigning herself to serving her own kind for the rest of her life, she naively believes she is safe. Lord Connor Northwicke arrives at a house party and rescues a young housemaid from the unwelcome advances of a brute. Feeling the need to be near her, he offers her friendship. Bu [...]

    6. Crap, I had high hopes for this book. I read reviews calling Ms. Grant a "clean romance" writer. Well, I guess my idea of clean is a little more conservative. I almost didn’t finish (I probably shouldn’t have) but I liked the story and characters. Not one I would recommend for friends. I ended up purchasing 3 of her books and I don’t think I will read them. Dang it! I hate it when I find a author who writes in the regency area and I believe they are clean, then find out different. Why do y [...]

    7. I really liked this book. The hero was such a great one. This really made me think about the scars that would be left for a rape victim to have to cope with. I thought the book was well written and couldn't put it down until it was finished. I will certainly read more from this author. I probably wouldn't recommend this book to young readers.

    8. Fun read by a super friend. I enjoyed the main male character a great deal--his maturity was refreshing.

    9. I loved this book! Jaimey Grant is brilliant. A touchy subject, and a journey into healing and love that will grip you all the way.

    10. "Honor" is the story of one of my favorite characters from Jaimey Grant's Regency world, Lady Verena Westbridge. The tale begins with Verena fleeing her home rather than marry the depraved gentleman chosen by her father.As is often the case with romance novels, the story sees Verena pretending to be a lady's maid. She has the necessary skills because her father, an earl, did not see fit to provide her with one. In any event, scandal eventually ensues and Verena is whisked into a marriage of conv [...]

    11. Lady Verena Westbridge finds herself running from the abuse of her father, and the marriage he has arranged for her, becoming a servant, and changing her accent , she hopes to keep her identity a secret.When she meets Lord Connor Northwicke, he takes intrest in her and earns her friendship. But when everyone learns who she really is and her father comes to take her back Connor can't stand by and let her father marry her off to such a distasteful man.Connor must marry her. As Verena's past haunts [...]

    12. I got 5 of Jaimey Grant's ebooks free in a day-after-Thanksgiving special. I've been curious to read them for a while now, but I'm picky about books I pay for. Although I think these books are only a few $$.I enjoyed all of the stories for the most part. There is the standard misunderstandings and secrets that cause all sorts of problems for most of the story. But it was fun. All of the stories felt like they ended too quickly and too easily after all the conflict throughout the story. Some of t [...]

    13. Why did I finish reading this pathetic book? Sometimes you just can't look away from the train wreck. I read one of Grants books every year and then ask myself why and remember again why I don't like her writing style or her horribly sad characters that are overly dramatic and silly. The main character in this book said very little, screamed and cried more then anything and I just didn't understand why the hero put up with it all. The girl had good reason, I don't know how she isn't in a mental [...]

    14. This is a compelling story that is hard to put down. I was lucky to get Jaimey's books free the day after Thanksgiving. I have been curious about them since she moderates one of the clean reads book groups that I enjoy in . She warned that this one was pretty warm for a clean read. I have to agree. However I can see why given the trauma that the main character is trying to overcome. Her Hero couldn't be more perfect. I really enjoyed the story.

    15. This one really does toe the line when it comes to remaining clean. I do like that it addresses serious issues.

    16. I liked it but it had a really rushed ending - almost everything finished in two pages. Too abrupt and left me feeling a little cheated.

    17. i'm beginning to think that the uber-popular regency romance genre is just not my thing

    18. This was recommended by a clean romance group, but it was awfully full of sex-not graphic detail, but too much information for my taste. Interesting story line.

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