A Defense of Honor by Kristi Ann Hunter ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

All of Kit's secrets are at stake when she returns to society, which she left years ago when a scandal ruined her chance for a good marriage. She has since moved on and opened a home for disgraced women and their children.

Lord Graham Wharton's friend is looking for his missing sister, and also thinks that his father is being taken advantage of, paying an exorbitant amount for a chess set. Graham believes that Kit may be the key to the mystery, he follows the clues that lead to Haven Manor and Kit.

Graham is an honorable man, who wants to find a passion and a life purpose. He doesn't want to just be a man about society, partying all the time, and paying calls. He is intrigued by Kit, and admires her care for others. He is great with children, and they absolutely adore him.

Kit still blames herself for what happened years ago, but she and her friend Daphne have worked hard to help women who have been taken advantage of, and given hope to many mothers and children. Kit is clever, brave, and passionate about what she does.

The first in a new series, with great characters, intriguing storyline, and adorable children. I admired Kit and her bravery, facing her fears, and growing in her faith. It took sometime to figure out what was going on, but after that, I was riveted. I'm excited to read the rest of the series!

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1 comment:

  1. I almost bought this book at the bookstore and now wish I had! I'd love for you to link this review up to my brand new "Book Club Tuesday" feature:




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