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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 fears and inability to deal with them may grate on the reader, the reasons behind her terror make it impossible not to sympathize. The love of a kind and patient man who is willing to accept and encourage her in even the most extreme circumstances is her only hope for healing. Enter Connor Northwicke.
My only complaint was with the ending. We watched Connor's heart and patience wrenched to the limits throughout the story and fell in love with him because of it. By the end we really needed him to be rewarded. Instead, we were given five months of nothing from Verena then a sudden, abrupt happy-now finish. Very disappointing after such a heart-rending read.
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 her her fear of men puts a struggle on her marriage. Verena must find a way to put her past behind her and learn to trust Connor or lose her husband and her state of mind.
I loved this story, it keeps you on end, wanting Verena to accept her husband and show her love to him, yet you are heart broke for what she has endured and feel helpless for her.
This is the type of story that invites you in and grabs a hold of you and takes you on a journey with the characters as if your apart of it.
This is a Great Regency Romance.
I hope to read more of Jaimey Grants novels.