Book Reviews of Honor's Bride (Harlequin Historicals, No 432)

Honor's Bride (Harlequin Historicals, No 432)
Honor's Bride - Harlequin Historicals, No 432
Author: Gayle Wilson
ISBN-13: 9780373290321
ISBN-10: 0373290322
Publication Date: 10/1/1998
Pages: 298
Rating:
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3.7 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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An edge-of-your-seat Regency tale of forbidden love.
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Love all of Wilson's books including this one. Great story.
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Kit Montgomery, Lord St. John, was a typical second son. Both handsome and confident, he was immensely popular with the ladies. He was also a reckless and daring sportsman and a skillful gambler.. His present boredom with the normal activities of the ton had led him to push against the few boundaries that constrained young men of his class. His father was ready to disinherit him but offered an alternative....Join the army. He accepted his offer and went off to Portugal. He fell in love with another officer's wife but never acted on his feelings. Honor is everything...his families motto. Wonderful read. Great characters. A keeper.
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without honor there is nothing....
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Without honor, there is nothing...So Kit Montgomery, Lord St. John, had been taught since the cradle, yet his soul whispered there was something more. Something that made him long to look into the haunted depths of Judith Haviland's gaze and offer comfort, long before he had the right...(back cover)
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Without honor, there is nothing...
So Kit Montgomery,Lord St.John, had been taught since the cradle, yet his soul whispered there was something more. Something that made him long to look into the haunted depths of Judith Haviland's gaze and offer comfort, long before he had the right...

Though he had comforted Judith in the darkest hours of her late husband's abuse, Lord ST.John's kind regard had never once gone beyond the bound of friendship. Even now, his offer of marriage was meant only to preserve her honor. Yet could she marry him to stop the rumors that only told the truth of what was in her heart?
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Without honor, there is nothing... So Kit Montgomery, Lord St. John, had been taught since the cradle, yet his soul whispered there was something more. Something that made him long to look into the haunted depths of Judith Haviland's gaze and offer comfort, long before he had the right....
Though he had comforted Judith in the darkest hours of her late husband's abuse, Lord St. John's kind regard had never once gone beyond the bounds on friendship. Even now, his offer of marriage was meant only to preserve her honor. Yet could she marry him to stop the rumors that only told the truth of what was in her heart?