Honor's Lark (The Lark Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Very interesting book. It takes you through some of the life of two people who were destined by something and were dealt another hand instead. How they came to like each other and changed their way at looking at life.
Rachel Hamm's new book Honor's Lark achieves this by asking the question: "What would a world be like in which ALL relationships are truly fated?" Well, ALMOST all relationships. The main character, Honor, is someone who doesn't fit the mold. She seems lost. How does she adapt to her world? Better question-- How does her world adapt to her?
This book is well-written and well-developed, deftly balancing the expectations of romance readers and fantasy readers. There are no vampires, no meta-humans, no ghosts, and no extra-terrestrial romances. It's a parallel world with just a SINGLE basic modification from our own Universe. What if you knew there was one person out there who you are waiting to find and who is waiting to find you?
At first it's difficult to like Honor. We readers always want to like the main character, especially if we are totally trapped in their heads, subject only to their sole and limited perspective.
As you read between the lines you begin to see the cracks in the 'perfection' of this world. You and Honor meet Sedric, who's a breath of fresh air in spite of his mystery and tragedy.
Then, subtly, your opinion changes about Honor and before you know it you love her and all her flaws. You've made it to the end of the book and you're biting your nails, waiting for the next one.
Honor's Lark is about the God Paolo and the Goddess Pria. They were so in love they wanted everyone to be as happy as they were so they designed each person with a mate. This person had a mark called a Lark somewhere on their body. Their mate has the same and when they find each other it becomes a whole picture of their life. The mates will feel pulls to the places their mate's are at the time. You can be mated to male or female and would be happy with what the Gods had picked for you.
Honor was a talented ballerina that did not follow her pull so she could continue her studies in ballet. Breaking her ankle, stopped her career so she went to look for her mate. By that time, her pull was gone. Everyone around her is already mated or getting mated. Honor has become angry, sarcastic and stays to herself not wanting to get hurt anymore. She has worked as a team builder
specialists and hates her job.
Sedric comes to work there as Honor's boss. She is good at her job and is chosen to show Secric the ropes. Sedric had a mate, who had died several years before. Since there is only one mate per person if they die, before or after you find them, you are suppose to give up on love or family. Some of the females who had mates that had died and wanted children got together with two men to become a family and have children. This was how Sedric's family was structured. But these women were not considered actual mates or were loved as such.
As prickly Honor and patient but wary Sedric fly around the country meeting customers over a six week time, they find themselves drawn to each other. Secric helps Honor find out what happened to her mate as he feels that he has already died. They start to share people and personal parts of their lives. All Honor ever wanted was a mate to love and Sedric finally blows up telling her about his mate and how even though he cared for her he gave up so much for her and how hard it is to fall in love with a stranger. It is not the ideal life that Honor has made in her mind.
Talking with Sedric's mom and hearing about his life with his mate makes Honor see things through different eyes and what she really wants as far as love and living her life.
It was a great ending and I am hoping that the author will find it in her heart to give us at least a Novella on what happens later to Honor and Sedric. They are two people that you will find hard to say good-bye to when you are done reading. So many great things can be in their future.
Good plot, different spin on the storyline, romance that takes a long simmer to boil. LOVED THIS BOOK.
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