- File Size: 2617 KB
- Print Length: 305 pages
- Publication Date: February 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06WD7N8KJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,145 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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One of the best parts of Mia Sheridan’s writing is her characterization. Each character, no matter how different from myself, is easily relatable. There is never a time when I can not find some incredibly relatable part of them. This held true for both Preston and Lia in this book. While I had never experienced the abject poverty Lia had, I had felt the shame of being a burden to the only friends I had. I, much like Lia, have also continually not stood up for myself no matter how much I should have. Preston, while incredibly stoic, also had the inability to speak up for the things he needed, though his desire stemmed from doing what he considered honorable.
This book was so much more than I thought it was going to be, I was intrigued by the synopsis, but it in no way did justice to all the things this book was. From exploring the worst parts of human nature by demonstrating how people decide who a person is by nothing more than what they see on the outside, to plumbing the depths of what can happen when a person has no support and no way to reach out for the help they desperately need, Mia touched on many of the primal fears we all experience. She showed us how bad they can get and then turned around and showed us how to combat those fears and how to become more than what we ever thought we could be because we were strong enough to fight for ourselves.
While Mia Sheridan never fails to tell a beautifully poignant love story, because her books are far more than a romance novel, it is always the other lessons, the extra parts of life she adds that speak to my soul. She sheds light to the ugliest parts of life with a grace that is uncommon and wildly powerful. I love knowing, each time I open one of her books, I will be left a more compassionate and understanding person. There is no greater gift an author can give her readers than a heart that is more open, more tender, and a soul that longs to make a difference, however slight, in the world around them.
Preston's Honor does all that I've mentioned and more. Mia made me fall in love with Preston and Annalia from the very start. I couldn't help but love Cole as well, and my heart broke for the circumstances that surrounded Annalia's life. These characters grow from young children into young adults who didn't have the best luck at navigating the world. Mia wrung me out with some of the events that happen throughout this story, but she also wrapped my heart up in warm gooeyness plenty of times too.
I couldn't put this book down, drawn into this story by Mia's masterful writing and expert storytelling. She never ceases to amaze me with each of her stories being completely unique and breathtaking. I can't say enough good things about Preston's Honor. Mia has gifted us another amazing book.
I never just walk away from one of her books just having fallen in love with the characters and their story, but with a firm realization that she's made me think beyond the journey to an HEA.
After reading the blurb I thought I had a pretty good idea what to expect from the story, but I was fully aware that Mia would teach me that I actually knew nothing. I was right about that at least. I had all kinds of theories in my head about what would happen, but never really came close.
This is one of those times where it's very hard to write a review without giving away too much of the story because you absolutely want to go into this knowing nothing more than the blurb already tells you. What I can say is that there are decisions made by each character that will frustrate you. They will break your heart and piss you off, but in the end each decision, reaction and choice are a necessary part of each character's growth and essential to their story. When I hit that pivotable point in the story where everything reaches it's breaking point, I was gutted, but it was also at that point that Mia began to heal my broken heart and the journey was totally worth it. I'm not sure if I can go as far as others and say Preston replaces Archer (or Kyland for some) but he definitely gives him a run for his money.
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