- File Size: 2967 KB
- Print Length: 373 pages
- Publication Date: February 24, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079KJR499
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #225,355 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I always highlight the strength of the Fanetti female lead with each new story released. Jacinda is no exception here. Her background, job, and family are interesting facets to the kind of woman she is and her quest for rightness in the world. When she's turned upside down and inside out after meeting Apollo readers are thrust into the breadth of her morals, passion, and deep seeded love for those things she values most. There's a certain stability to this character that makes you instantly comfortable with who she is, a true testament to the precise development and care Susan Fanetti takes with her characters.
With another strong female lead possessing those poignant and stunning traits of a Fanetti heroine in check, we get to know and experience Neil "Apollo" Armstrong intimately. Resident play boy of the Bulls, built like a Greek God and not shy about it, Apollo turns readers inside out with his rooted loyalty, strong moral compass, and protective nature. I didn't know what to expect from this character going into Honor and what I got from Apollo will never be forgotten. He's the hero of this entire series thus far in the saga. His willingness to accept his family as they come, to make certain their strong and whole comes at a price only the strongest would be willing to pay. These heavy characteristics carry over into his blossoming relationship with Jacinda making it hard to resist his innate charm. This character astounded me. He has a glue about him that holds things together in a way you'll find unexpected and yet completely at ease with who he really is when he lets someone see the real him.
Vulnerable yet strong.
Curious yet loyal.
Unassuming yet brilliant.
Dark yet so, so bright.
The fearless characters. The developed, on-going, engaging plot. The exquisite, mindful writing.
I'm always in awe of Susan Fanetti's keen gift of story telling. It's as solid and brilliant as ever in Honor and her important voice comes through loud and clear. This book is an experience meant to be felt. It's about the choices we make as humans. About the love we give and loyalty in which we have to strive for in our lives. It's about the importance of self-identity and strong personal character. If you haven't yet met the Brazen Bulls of Tulsa, Oklahoma you're missing out on the thrills and chills of an epic MC series.
Jacinda leaves Apollo in no doubt of her boundaries and is adamant she is only up for a one night stand. Apollo is used to calling the shots and gets a dose of his own medicine when Jacinda dictates their unplanned dalliance. The entertaining banter between drinks to good morning was a brilliant set up to the story. Details were withheld by both which came through as a tactic they each discovered didn’t bide well in practice.
Sharing all is a gutsy move bound to leave a person vulnerable. Holding back information with the hindsight of time can prove a fateful error. Finding the right moment to open up to others is never an easy call. A lesson both Apollo and Jacinda learn the hard way.
Loving and caring moments feature prominently throughout the story. Being a couple who had just hit 30, they provide a laid back, no nonsense approach to life. Serendipity or fate accelerates the romance a lot faster than expected. Jacinda is torn between her heart and memories of a past relationship that cost her dearly. Apollo is determined not to bring more heartbreak into her world but his ability to protect her is beyond his control. A hard pill to swallow for a man who has chosen a life etched clearly on honor, loyalty and trust.
There was a major call that ripped my heart into shreds. I struggled to comprehend how and why it was accepted. It was barbaric and I was sure it would taint my overall reading experience. While I haven’t forgotten, I did move on because the story did, but getting through the last few chapters took me longer than I thought it would. I loved the ending and the way the story came together.
The section of the story that unsettled me took up a relatively small portion of the book. What is important to reiterate was the witty lines and candid conversations took me to my happy book space. Honor was a love story between two people in the prime of their life who together found their way to contentment. Hoping there will be more tales from the Brazen Bull MC soon!
Jacinda is a 2nd generation Private Investigator who works with her Dad. As a victim of a violent crime, she learned how to protect herself physically by earning a black belt in Krav Maga, but has emotionally protected herself by not having any relationships. She is feisty and sassy but likable and vulnerable. Apollo is so sweet and understanding with her. Her feelings for Apollo scare the crap out of her and things are pretty rocky until she learns that she can trust him and that he truly is a man of honor.
Apollo's outlaw MC and Jacinda and her Dad's PI business clash in extreme ways and sh*t gets real and violent and you wonder how this can ever come to a HEA, but Susan is the master. Excellent addition to the series.