|Print List Price:||$14.13|
Save $11.14 (79%)
Honor's Debt (Robinhill Farm Book 1) Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers who bought this item also bought
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
Honor, of the title, is a young Australian woman with a couple of secrets about her past and to pay a 'debt' owed by her great-grandmother, Honor travels to Ireland to meet her cousins and discovers that not everything is going to plan.
Honor's Debt is filled with wonderful characters - think a slightly less comedically quirky Ballykissangel but with the same measure of Irish charm - with a full measure of Ireland's beautiful landscape brought vividly to life.
Ms Clark is particularly gifted in describing locations so the reader sees, and almost smells, what our characters do. And considering that Robinhill Farm is a working cattle and sheep farm, descriptions of modern small farming life would, in the hands of a less gifted author, be labourious to read are instead are woven seamlessly into the plot.
For readers leery of being left with an satisfying ending as a result of this being part one of a series, do be rest assured that Honor's Debt is a satisfying stand alone read.
That having been said, I'm looking forward to the release of the other books in the series to learn more about Honor's now extended family and to enjoy their own journeys to a happily ever after and reunite with the characters I fell in love with in this story.
Once again, Noelle Clark has taken me on a scenic romantic trip, to Ireland this time. I was right there with all the characters who drew me in to their irresistible Irish ways, and I loved every moment. Australian, Honor, is as bright as sunshine itself. She is welcomed into the community with open arms and lots of advice, which is charming in all its quirky ways. Bryan, is dark and brooding, and the reasons for it are legitimate, but his moods will not put Honor off. And the more time he spends with her, the more often she sees flashes of his gentle, happy side. She makes it her mission to see that it’s there for everyone to see—all the time. Written with depth of feeling and tapping into that real Irish emotion, I look forward to more of Ms Clark’s novels.
What a great and entertaining read. I loved the story or Honor and Bryan. What a heartwarming story. This had me on an emotional roller coaster ride. I laughed, I cried, and I had many heart twinges as I read their story.
This story had heartache, redemption, no real romance (hearts and flowers type), but there was a loving HEA. This was a sweet read. No hot, steamy, panty melting sex but the story was so well written it didn't need it. The storyline was great and easy to follow, the characters were done well and easy to fall in love with or get mad at where required and the descriptions to details were done well enough to not be overdone and become boring.
This was written as a multi pov read. It had more of Honor's pov than Bryan's but what there was of Bryan was done well. I could have used a wee bit more of his side of things but I did really enjoy it.
This is book 1 of a series. This can be read as a stand alone and does have a HEA. I can not wait to read the stories of Cherry's brothers. Liam's is up next :)
All in all, a great read.
Would I recommend this book? Yes.
Would I read more from this author? Yes (bout to start book 2)
Sassy Beta Reading & Review
It certainly doesn't romanticise farming, though, or the financial risks involved in running a farm - quite the opposite! I loved the balance of realism and romance, which definitely made me a big fan of Ms Clark's work.
Now I MUST read the rest of the series because even though this book has a satisfying, romantic ending...there are other bachelors waiting in the wings and I have to know how they get their happily-ever-afters. Five stars.
Honor travels from Australia to Ireland to meet her long lost cousins who she has never met so imagine her surprise to be greeted by two brothers who are at the opposite ends of the nice scale. Dermot so welcoming and cheerful but Bryan is another story. He is harsh and insulting from the onset but there are flashes of another persona just waiting to be set free.
This is a lovely contemporary novel and a great start to a new series. Although my personal tastes are for something a little more risqué and hardcore, I enjoyed this none the less. There was plenty of flowing descriptive text that made you feel you were in Ireland (and for those that have never been there it gives a taste of what you will find). Wonderful writing.
So if you love your romantic heroes with demons of the past to be kissed away, a story that tells of family redemption and a strong female lead then this is one you will love.