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Honor: Second Novel of Rhynan (Novels of Rhynan Book 2) by [Rossano, Rachel]
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Book 2 of 2 in Novels of Rhynan (2 Book Series)

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From the first page this well written novel captured my interest, the honorable warrior Lord Denton makes a wonderful hero. With a medieval setting we are transported to a time of a class system long past were warrior knights lived and saved the day. Here in the land of Rynan the land is recovering still from a time of war which secured the throne.

As the securer Denton travels the land bringing justice, in this instance Elsa catches his eye and he yearns to know her. Brought to his notice once again she is in need of his help, a strong and independent woman soon captures his heart, his kind and caring self does not go unnoticed by Elsa.

A beautiful romance with adventure, suspense, strong plot and endearing characters. Now to wait for the next novel in the series.....
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This is very much a medieval romance, but set in a fictional land.
Lord Dentin is Securer of the Realm. That means he works to find wrong doers, and enforce the law. Even if that means going around the wishes of a devious King. He is in the middle of one task when a Baron is murdered. Dentin must find the killer and protect those in danger.
Lady Elsa is attending her sister's wedding. Her mother is playing matchmaker, and her brother is trying to use Elsa to get himself out of debt.
With so many men trying to arrange things to their own advantage, killing any who get in the way, there is a lot of danger about.
Just because he has a killer to find doesn't mean the King is giving him anymore timid to carry out his wishes, and an impatient King is just as dangerous as the killer.
As I love my historical books , this was a joy to read. A clean romance with lots of action and adventure. It is the 2nd in the series, but can easily be read as a stand alone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE THIS SERIES!!! 2 Mar. 2015
By Patiotoole - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved this book just as I have every one of Ms Rossano's books. Dentin/Simon was everything I would wish for in the perfect hero (although certainly not a perfect man) and I loved that Elsa had strength of chapter and spirit without being hardened in any way. The story kept me enthralled from start to finish and I am anxious to discover what happens next for the Kingdom of Rhynan. (I also loved catching up on Tomas and Brielle and their family from book one.) It is nearly impossible to find such well-written, absorbing characters as well as an enthralling storyline set in a medieval time period without a lot of unnecessary bedroom scenes. This author gives everything you could want and plenty of earnest emotions without causing a blush. This is a series that I will recommend and which I will surely read again eventually.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Political Intrigue, Honor, and Sweet Romance Kept Me Turning the Pages 18 Jun. 2015
By KimberlyR - Published on Amazon.com
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I have to say that after reading the first book in this series, Duty, I was on pins and needles waiting for Honor and it did not disappoint.

Plot – Grade A

The premise of this book rests on Dentin’s attempt to balance his personal honor with the orders of the king as well as hunting for murderers and traitors in his position of Securer of the Realm. Dentin is a self-professed man of honor but he is challenged not only by the difficulty of his latest task but also by Lady Elsa Reeve. Elsa has been treated like a pawn by her own family for years but she has a strong and loving spirit too, which steals away any preconceived notion that she’s your typical damsel in distress. Think medieval-esque Darcy and Elizabeth and you have a good glimpse into their contrasting yet complimentary temperaments. The dynamic between these two characters is definitely part of what makes the plot, which ranges from initial intrigue surrounding Dentin’s unpleasant task to a murder to treason, mesh well together. As compelling as each of the elements in the plot are on their own terms, Dentin and Elsa’s personalities and their brewing relationship really glues it together as a whole. A number of familiar faces from Duty show up in this book and there are passing references to events that occurred in that book that are now influencing characters and events in Honor five years later and while reading the first book enriches the experience for this one, Honor is able to stand on its own.

Content – Grade A

This is a clean fantasy. The romance between Dentin and Elsa builds up slowly and sweetly with their attraction becoming clear even though they both spend about half the book reminding themselves that they really shouldn’t be falling in love right now, especially Dentin. There are two or three kisses before they get married and some references to sharing a bed with a husband but it’s all handled very sweetly. I applaud Rossano for her ability to show the initial and growing attraction between the characters in a way that is very compelling without ever straying into crassness. There is also a reference to a girl being rendered unmarriageable by a scoundrel and a man having a mistress but these are also handled with care.

No language is written out. It’s all either cut off before the first syllable or is merely referenced to as “he cursed.” There is violence, including a character who is abusive to women, and there are also people who are wounded or killed. This violence is accomplished without gratuitousness. The violence occurs and characters react but there is nothing shown that shouldn’t be or that should have been toned down further. With the abuse in particular, the aftermath is what is mainly shown with one exception but it is never glorified nor overly gritty and one character warns the character being abused to escape her abuser because she’s seen this happen before and the last time it killed the girl who was married to an abuser.

There is spirituality present with the characters referencing, worshipping, and praying to the Kurios and asking for His guidance. There is also a reference to one character not being afraid of death because he long ago learned to turn to the Kurios for his security after death.

Technical – Grade A

This was a very well-written and compelling read. There were maybe four whole typos/slips in the entire story. One was a missing punctuation and there was a missing article that didn’t affect the reading of the sentence. There were two true typos. Most readers might not notice these unless they’re looking for them. There was maybe one slightly anachronistic phrase but I can’t make up my mind on it and it wasn’t egregious.

Final Grade – A or Five Stars

Overall this was an excellent medieval-esque fantasy that demonstrates how to combine romantic and political intrigue without them competing with each other or straying into boredom or disbelief. The plot is compelling and along with the characters kept me drawn in. The end of the book leaves one with all sorts of questions about what will happen next and I eagerly await the next novel of Rhynan. I would recommend this book to those looking for a clean Christian fantasy and those who enjoy fantasies set in a medieval-esque world. Recommended for ages 15 and up.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Intrigue 29 Sept. 2016
By Donna S. - Published on Amazon.com
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A masterful weaving of romance, danger, suspicion and honor. Each story gives new depth to all the characters as the country again edges towards the brink of chaos. Who can be trusted? Who will defend the righteous? I can't wait for the next book!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another great story from Rhynan. Riveting. 3 July 2015
By Sego Lily Roots - Published on Amazon.com
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This is about Lord Dentin and Lord Rathenridge's sister-in-law, Elsa Reese. The characters are likeable, and the story is interesting enough that it kept me reading until I finished the book. Mrs. Rossano writes well with court politics and the tangled web that is woven by a king who is not trustworthy.

I only gave this 4 stars because there are many editing errors and too many lose ends in the story. The reader should know a little more about the fate of Elsa's family members and her friend, Anne. The end came a little too rapidly to share some necessary details. Also, the author should not use the word alright. It is still considered an irregular word; all right being more appropriate.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great story 6 Mar. 2015
By WendyAlana - Published on Amazon.com
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I like Rachel Rossano's books. They pull me into a world that feels real and introduce me to characters who come alive. I thoroughly enjoyed Duty, and found Dentin an interesting character in that story, so am glad that he has his own in Honor. I liked Elsa, she was a strong character who was willing to do the honourable thing, but had courage to not let others push her over. Learning more about Tomas and Brielle was also appreciated. Hopefully Ms Rossano has more stories coming soon:)
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