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Product Details

  • Series: Hqn
  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin HQN (February 25, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373778457
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373778454
  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 0.9 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #603,850 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The only thing George Easton hates more than losing is losing to a woman. So when Honor Cabot breezes into one of London’s most notorious gaming hells and relieves George of one hundred pounds, George is, to say the least, not amused. George then can’t believe Honor’s nerve when she later approaches him in the hope that he will help her with a little family problem. Honor wants George to seduce her brother’s fiancée, Monica Hargrove, because she is convinced that once Monica becomes part of the family, Honor and her sisters will have to find a new home. Much to his surprise, George finds himself agreeing to help with her scheme, but he is in for an even bigger shock when he realizes the lady he really wants to seduce is Honor. A delectably sexy hero, an unconventionally savvy heroine, and a completely improper business proposal add up to another winner for ever-versatile London, who with The Trouble with Honor launches an exceptionally entertaining new series centered on the four Cabot sisters. --John Charles


"Julia London writes vibrant, emotional stories and sexy, richly-drawn characters."--New York Times Bestselling author Madeline Hunter

"London knows how to keep pages turning." -Publishers Weekly

"Julia London writes vibrant, emotional stories and sexy, richly-drawn characters." -New York Times Bestselling author Madeline Hunter

"The Last Debutante is another successful merger of witty writing and passionate romance that gracefully delivers everything romance readers could want." – Booklist

"...London's story is satisfying as it builds on the excellent chemistry of the leads, gracefully unfolding with the perfect amount of tension."- Publishers Weekly review of The Revenge of Lord Eberlin

"Exceptionally entertaining...sinfully sexy." - Booklist on The Dangers of Deceiving a Viscount

"As London explores the intricate, authentic-feeling relationships blossoming among the players, her masterful ability to bring characters to life makes this romance entirely absorbing."- Publishers Weekly on The Dangers of Deceiving a Viscount

"London's love story is tense and tender, held aloft by endearing, dynamic characters."- Publishers Weekly review of The Perils of Pursuing a Prince

More About the Author

Julia London is the New York Times, USA Today, and Publisher's Weekly bestselling author of more than thirty novels, including the popular Secrets of Hadley Green historical romance series, the Cabot Sisters historical romance series, and the Homecoming Ranch contemporary romance series. She is a six time finalist for the presitigous RITA Award for excellence in romantic fiction, and RT Bookclub award recipient for Best Historical Romance for Dangerous Gentleman. She lives in Austin, Texas.

Customer Reviews

Honor is such a great character and heroine.
Alisa Jenkins
I highly recommend this book to all Historical Romance lovers.
D. Salvagin La Deetda Reads
It was very well written and had great characters.
Celia E Foster

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Farrah on February 25, 2014
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A fun historical romance full of schemes and secrets, The Trouble with Honor was a lovely read. I really enjoyed reading this book. The romance, the scheming, the scandal: it was all wonderful.

Honor was a good heroine, though I had my issues with her. On one had, she was feisty, independent, and very loyal to her family. She would do anything to take care of her sisters. On the other hand, she had a tendency to be immature and she acted spoiled several times. She tended to steamroll right over people's feelings in her determination to get what she wanted. Regardless, I still liked her, though she wasn't my favorite heroine.

George was wonderful, for the most part. He was sweet and determined to make the woman he loved happy. He knew his place in society was precarious at best, so he wanted to be sure he could take care of her. His stubbornness was a bit frustrating, particularly when it resulted in Honor being publicly humiliated. But, for the most part, I thought he was sweet.

The romance was great. Honor and George were sweet together, despite both of their stubbornness. And there was a ton of chemistry between them that led to some steamy moments. They were a lovely couple.

The plot was fast paced. I was kept interested the entire way through. There were tons of schemes and antics that kept me entertained, and a few surprises along the way. I really enjoyed the story and I thought the ending was lovely. I'm excited to see what happens next with Grace's story.

The Trouble with Honor was a fantastic historical romance. I really enjoyed reading this wonderful book. Romance lovers, this is a book worth reading.

*I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 26, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
First things first! There should be a disclaimer on this book: This Ain’t Your Granny’s Historical!

Anyone who knows me, knows that I’ve got a go-to soft spot for Julia London’s books. She’s written over 30 now and I’m pretty sure I’ve read every single one, so to say I know what to expect from her, wouldn’t be an exaggeration.

Well, I truly didn’t see this one coming!

Honor Cabot is a heroine who knows what she wants and doesn’t let anything stop her from getting it. I’ve read a couple reviews where people think she’s spoiled, but I believe she’s anything but. These reviews are clearly written by people who haven’t grown up reading Regencies for decades like I have and show a true lack of understanding of the mores of the era. Honor is ahead of her time and realizes she must work within the parameters that society has placed on her to change the outcome of her life.

George Easton is the bastard son of nobility in a time when anyone considered less than “quality” of the “ton” were shunned unless well and truly connected (such is George). He fights to prove to society that his standing is just as equal as those born on the right side of the sheets. Although he desires to be accepted by his peers, George is no school boy and makes bold decisions and takes large risks with his finances.

When the story opens we’re immediately thrust back in time and are reading an updated version of Austen. We watch as a jaded bastard, Easton, is well and truly snared. He’s so sure of himself and I dare any romance reader not to smile with smug satisfaction and cheer for Honor and laugh at George’s arrogance by the end of the first chapter.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By NitWitty on February 25, 2014
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Julia London has done it again. She's spun pure historical gold with THE TROUBLE WITH HONOR. It's a fast paced and sensuous read from start to finish. George Easton, a jaded bastard son of an Earl and cousin to the King, as well as a notorious gambler, isn't even aware he’s lost his heart to the daring debutante, Honor Cabot, on their very first meeting.
Through Honor's urging they enter into a dubious scheme to keep Honor's step-brother from marrying a woman who's been her social rival for years. Her soon to be sister-in-law has vowed to move Honor, her three sisters and their ailing mother out of London and into a country estate with only a small stipend to live on once she is married to Honor's step-brother.
It is only a matter of time before Honor's fire melts George's icy exterior and the steam turns to sizzle. They are like magnets and you can feel them draw toward one another when they share the same page. You can't wait for them to touch. And when they touch, you don't want them to stop.
Honor is strong from the start and goes after what she wants. While some would see this as spoiled, I saw her determined to have her own way in a day and age where most women could not.
George lives by his own very disciplined set of standards and though he takes risks with his standing in the Ton he feels the need to protect Honors. Even against her own wishes and his own desires.
If you are wanting to read about a damsel in distress who is waiting to be rescued, this isn't it. However, if you want to read about a fiery heroine who refuses to bow to the whims of society. And if you want to read about a driven man who holds himself apart from a world which barely tolerates his presence. And if you want to read about how this unlikely couple could possibly overcome all of the obstacles which stand in their way of ever truly finding the future they deserve -- then you want to read THIS book.
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