Emma Darcy
Woman of Honour
September 07, 2018 Comments.. 873
Woman of Honour She d lost her trust in menNot one but two bad experiences with men had put Molly strictly on the defensive From now on she d have nothing to do with them So Molly concentrated instead on the gourmet

  • Title: Woman of Honour
  • Author: Emma Darcy
  • ISBN: 9780263753509
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • She d lost her trust in menNot one, but two bad experiences with men had put Molly strictly on the defensive From now on she d have nothing to do with them So Molly concentrated instead on the gourmet catering service she and a friend ran Which was a pity Because Molly was a woman who really wanted to love and be loved fully Then Richard Pembroke, a persuasive lawyer,She d lost her trust in menNot one, but two bad experiences with men had put Molly strictly on the defensive From now on she d have nothing to do with them So Molly concentrated instead on the gourmet catering service she and a friend ran Which was a pity Because Molly was a woman who really wanted to love and be loved fully Then Richard Pembroke, a persuasive lawyer, came dramatically into her life Would Molly be able to overcome her doubts, to see that with Richard the past didn t matter

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    1. boogenhagen says:

      Re Woman of Honour- ED brings us a 26yr old h who has been badly betrayed by love, but tho she is cautious, she is still willing to take a chance (and incidentally correct other people's gross misjudgments with the fiery conviction of an archangel with a flaming sword.) HPlandia doesn't offer many h smackdowns for bad behavior, but WOH is high on the list for greatest HP h's who firmly address very badly behaving other characters with some serious verbal ammunition. The h is caterer on holiday w [...]

    2. StMargarets says:

      Nice courtship story with a great hero who can admit when he is wrong and persists after the heroine in non-stalkerish way. The conflict comes from the heroine being burned twice by married men. The first time in Paris where she was attending a cordon bleu cooking school and the second time when she is swept off of her feet by the hero's brother-in-law. (Although there was no physical affair, the lonely heroine was very tempted until she found out he was married.)There are some interesting set p [...]

    3. Leona says:

      3.5 to 4 stars. This one was definitely different from most HP's you will read. The heroine is strong, passionate and doesn't shirk from defending herself. However, she seems to be a radar for married men who want to step out on their wives. The hero sees her with his brother-in-law at the ballet and insults her when he accuses her of being a home wrecker.The heroine fights back. She publicly and loudly sets the record straight with the hero, and slaps the conniving, cheating brother-in-law in t [...]

    4. Jacqueline says:

      The description of this book here on GoodReads is not what's on the back of the volume I have. The hero of this book is named Richard, Jeremy is the 'other man'. The heroine is very moral and stands up for herself vociferously although she is a bit of a drama queen. The hero pussy foots around her a bit because she is so rigid. The end becomes just a bit muddled but is in the same vein of the heroine stridently standing up for herself. Interesting to read just to see her slap the bad guy and tel [...]

    5. EeeJay says:

      Very. VERY. GoodVery rarely do I see a realistic book coming out of HQN - I mean yes it's romance but how many couple do we think will stick it out really?This one I picked out randomly at the book store cuz of Emma Darcy's name - I loved "Blind Date" for very strong writing and I thought I'd give this one a chance tooLet's see:1-Very strong meaningful/thought provoking dialog2- Strong heroine3- side stories plural4- Ever wondered what happened to the OW?5- You can see theirs shall be a bond for [...]

    6. Saly says:

      Really good book, the heroine has been burnt badly in love so when she finds out the new guy in her life is also duplicitous, she slaps him and insults the hero who questioned her character. She meets the hero again, at a party her company is cooking for and this time the hero apologizes. This book was a bit different in my book, quieter, the hero pursues the heroine who is very wary of men and even intimacy and when she does give in his family appears and the heroine again acts honourably. I ki [...]

    7. Megzy says:

      3.5 starsA great book to read after reading a story with a spineless lead lady.Molly has been burnt not once but twice by married man. She is not just going to stand there and take a verbal tongue bashing from her date's brother in law. She has few things to say on her own behalf and a slap in the face to deliver before she exits,.

    8. April Brookshire says:

      Very well written Some drama, but I wished there had been even moreLikable characters and good story

    9. L says:

      At times i really wondered why does he bother and really reallly wanted to smack her.

    10. Alpha Fangirl says:

      Likable characters and good story. Read the full review at Alpha Fangirl book blogphafangirl/harlequin

    11. Diane says:

      this poor heroine has fallen twice for a married man who didn't tell her he WAs married, and when someone sees her with that married man, and speaks contemptuously to her, she defends herself most publicly. i liked that the heroine was able to stand up for herself, yet she was vunerable in wanting to find a man to love her, and only her. the hero was exceptional in that he made a mistake ad owned up to making said error, in public, no less.

    12. Ewa says:

      2,5 stars

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