Book Review: A Defense of Honor

A Defense of Honor

by Kristi Ann Hunter

Bethany House

Bethany House Publishers

Christian

Pub Date 05 Jun 2018

I am reviewing a copy of A Defense of Honor through Bethany House Publishers and Netgalley:

In this book we are transported back to early Nineteenth century England.

Katherine (Kit) FitzGilbert left London Society a decade prior. She was determined never to set foot in the ballroom again. When business takes her to London and she finds herself having to run for her life. It is there she comes upon not only a glamorous ballroom, but also Graham, Lord Wharton. It should have only been a chance encounter but it becomes far more as Graham searches for his missing sister. He is convinced Kit knows far more about the girl than she is telling.

Meeting Graham has Kit wishing things could have been different for the first time in her life. What she wants doesn’t matter though, because long ago she dedicated herself to saving women escape the same scorn that drove her from London, and raising the children who had been caught in the middle. As much as she wants to tell Graham the truth she can’t without putting him and everyone she loves in danger.

This novel gives us a glimpse into what can sometimes be the darker side of privilege and royalty.

I give A Defense of Honor five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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