About the Book:
But her new husband vanishes the next day without a trace. Merryn grieves for almost seven years—and then Geoffrey returns to her—changed from the boy and man she knew and worshipped. This stranger refuses to reveal where he has been and why he stayed away for so long.
Will her husband’s silence create a rift too large to heal, or can Merryn and Geoffrey recapture the love they once shared?
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Of Love and War
As I continued into the meat and potatoes of the book it took me on an incredibly detailed world in a time of upheaval as kings gather their able-bodied men to fight wars for a piece of furniture. At a time that brings out the best and worst of people including the knights who have sworn fealty to their liege but for a few coin, and willing female, are willing to turn against the land they were born on.
I was taken through the whole gambit of emotions with every turn of the page. The hatred that I felt for the antagonist, Lord Berold, was almost tangible. The heartache that I felt for main characters as I read their story of love, loss, and reuniting had me hugging a box of tissues as I read. There were even moments that I wanted to reach into the book and hurt another insidious person by cutting them down like the snake in the grass they were.
I look forward to reading more in the planned series “Knights of Valor”. I hope to find the same magnificent caliber of intrigue, love, heartache, and triumph that I found so wonderfully written in Word of Honor. I will be recommending this to my fellow historical romance lovers.