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A Woman of Love (Honour, Love, and Courage Series) by [Kelly, Marlow]
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Reviewed by Jacqueline Varlotta for Readers' Favorite

A Woman of Love (Honour, Love and Courage series) written by Marlow Kelly was really fun to read and left me wanting to read the next book in the series. This short, historical story takes place in England, with characters that I could relate to, with their realistic qualities. Only a good author is able to do this with each character in their stories. Annabel was determined to fight to protect her child Beth, no matter what the cost to her own life. James put his life on the line to protect her and her child from Eliot, who had made Annabel feel trapped with no way out until she met James. Elliot was the wicked character in the story that gave the story its plot, despite how unlikable his character was. Elliot's motives had me rooting for Annabel to escape from his clutches and for James to save her in the end.

Nicholas, James' brother who plotted the whole scene to catch the evil Eliot, was as likable as his brother. His investigation of Eliot and his involvement in this story, though brief, was interesting and left me hanging. Placing Annabel and her daughter in danger and involving his brother was something that made the story more intriguing. A Woman of Love by Marlow Kelly was a great short story romance that I really enjoyed reading. I recommend this story and I intend to go back and read the rest of the series.

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  • File Size: 232 KB
  • Print Length: 51 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc (March 4, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 4, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TBV1XQE
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Lady Annabel is blackmailed, by her husband of two months, into sleeping with a friend of his, in order to pay off a gambling debt, and despite her unwillingness to undertake the task, she is literally manhandled into it. Little does she know that James had no intention of sleeping with her, he just wanted to try and finagle some information out of her about her husband. James and Annabel are a great combination, Annabel being in a tight spot and James being such a tortured soul, due to the horrors of his military service. Unlike the first book in this series, which took place in the Scottish Highlands around the time of Robert the Bruce, this book takes place in Victorian London. Both novellas are stand-alone stories, but both feature strong female characters, willing to jump in and do what must be done, while teaming up with their hero to face adversity from outside sources. Fun, adventurous read!
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Marlow Kelly brings to the plate an emotionally stirring novella with A Woman of Love. While victims of circumstance this author's characters prevail and show that despite the darker side of humanity there is good to be found in others. A fine tale of love, desire and salvation this concise work gives the pow of a full length work in 51 pages, no mean feat of writing! A great read in a time crunch or for that matter at any time!
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I was given a copy of this book by the author to read in exchange for an honest review.

This is the second book in the Honour, Love and Courage series and as with the first book A Woman of Honour, this one is novella length.

The timing of receiving this book was interesting for me as another book I was currently reading was a factual book about sex trafficking, so the beginning of this novella was quite a shock for me. Set in Victorian England 1858, the heroine, Lady Annabel Peters, was forced into marriage and now was being pimped out by her husband to a man she had never met under threat of serious consequences. My initial reaction was to be extremely upset by this as it seemed to be a clear-cut case of sexual slavery. That is certainly what was intended by her husband, who was attempting to use her body to settle gambling debts. James, the man she was to sleep with turned out to be completely different from what she had expected and initially had no intent to sleep with her at all rather wanting to use her to incriminate her husband.

Annabel and James had an almost instant appeal for each other and they did end up making love because Annabel pushed it being afraid of what her husband would do if she failed to appease his debt. She was shocked to discover that in James she had an ally willing to help her escape her current desperate situation and rescue her daughter from a prior marriage. How they managed to achieve all of this made for an interesting and engaging read. The reader will also meet James’s brother Nicholas who is a private detective and he was such an interesting character that I hope he will some day have his own story.
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Rating 3.5

This is the first book I've read by Marlow Kelly. I didn't realize it was the second in the Honor, Love and Courage series, but it was a standalone novella. Set in Victorian England 1858 this was a fast paced read. I am always curious about romances where the woman is already married. It turns out that the lord had coerced the widow Lady Annabel Peters into marrying him for her money.

The hero of the story, James, meets Annabel under interesting circumstances. Her husband expects her to sleep with James to pay off a gambling debt. However, James doesn't want to take Annabel against her will. He really just wants to question her. Things go far beyond questioning as there is an almost instant attraction between them. Annabel has been ignored and abused by her husband for so long that she craves a gentleman's touch, especially a gentleman as nice as James.

Once Annabel confides in James that she is a victim and is afraid she and her daughter from a previous marriage in danger, he vows to protect her from her husband. It was an enjoyable read although I wish it had more substance. This novella was perfect when you only have a few minutes to squeeze in a good story.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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Being forced to sleep with another man because her husband of two months lost at card was not Lady Annabel's idea of fun. But from the very start James was totally not what she was expecting. Indeed, he may well be the nly way to save herself, and her daughter.

This is one of those easy reads, not too complicated, not too mant twists and turns. A little bit of danger, a touch of violence, a splash of passion. Not too much to tax your brain but just enough to keep you interested.

A perfect hangover cure, if ever you are in need of one!

Written from both James and Annabel's POV, it pushes all my buttons. Its short, but thats just what a hangover cure/quick bath read/quick read before sleep/a lunch break read is, short and sweet. Took me 45 minutes in my lunch break at the dayjob.

I loved Annabel. She knew that she needed help to escape her husband, and save her daughter. james was just the man to help her. Nicholas, James' brother, saw that, he knew she needed help, but equally that James needed help too.

All in all, a solid 4 star read.

**same worded review appears on Goodreads, Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk**
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