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For Love and Honor Paperback – March 7, 2017
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It is April 1391, and 20-year-old Sir Bennet has been called home to Maidstone Castle, Hampton, to save the family from inevitable attack and financial ruin. The options are minimal at best: sell off the family heirlooms and property or marry into a wealthy family. Sir Bennet, a man of honor, is sickened by the thought of marrying for financial gain instead of for love. Still, he agrees to meet wealthy 17-year-old Lady Sabine, who believes that she will be visiting Maidstone to purchase art from the family’s massive collection. Sir Bennet works diligently to win her heart, and she gradually falls for his attention, but she is keeping secrets of her own: she has a birthmark on her forearm that has prevented her from developing relationships with others. In fact, on the way to Maidstone, Lady Sabine and her grandmother are stopped by bandits, and in an attempt to repel the attackers, Lady Sabine reveals the mark and claims to be a witch. This choice returns to haunt her and almost costs her her life. Eventually, Sir Bennet and Lady Sabine must decide if the feelings they have developed for each other are true love and if they can ever truly trust each other once their secrets have been exposed. Told in alternating chapters of first-person narration, this evocative “will-he-won’t-he-will-she-won’t-she” historical romance will tease readers straight through to the heart-stopping ending. VERDICT Recommended for fans of Melanie Dickerson’s titles, this will make a solid addition to any YA romance collection.–Susan Harris, Ridgeway High School, TN -- School Library Journal
- ASIN : 0310749301
- Publisher : Zondervan (March 7, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 240 pages
- Reading age : 13 years and up
- Grade level : 10 - 12
- Item Weight : 7 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.3 x 0.64 x 8.1 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #260,210 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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And now with that said I will tell you that reading For Love and Honor by Jody Hedlund was like riding a rollercoaster. It certainly did strange things to my visceral organs like a rollercoaster would. And just when you thought the ride was over and you were safe. BAM! Suddenly you’re whisked to the side and forced to endure several loopy loops before finally reaching the safety of ‘The End’. Of course, I certainly didn’t expect anything less after reading the first two books in this series. In fact, I think that I even might have enjoyed this book more than An Uncertain Choice though A Daring Sacrifice is still my favorite of this series (sigh… Colin).
I really enjoyed the characters in this book, and was chuckling at the interactions between them. Lady Sabine was such an amusing heroine. I enjoyed her witty dialogue and droll humor, and her relationship with her grandmother made me smile. I wasn’t so sure I was going to enjoy reading about Sir Bennet, he had seemed rather aloof in the other books, but this book gave me a different perspective of him. He may be the strong and silent type with high ideals, but he is not above engaging in witty banter. And his mother is certainly right, that boy can be such a charmer when he puts his mind to it.
This book isn’t all fun and games though. There were some scenes that were quite intense, and I could only wince at some of the stupid, relationship damaging, things some characters did in the course of this book. I couldn’t put the book down (though several times I did consider closing it just to allow myself to catch my breath) and I read it in one day. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and I am sad to see this series end. Please write more books like this one, Jody Hedlund.
I received a copy of this book for free. I was not required to post a positive review and the views and opinions expressed are my own.
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