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- Print Length: 276 pages
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- Publisher: J.M. Witt Books (22 July 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B011EXAPDS
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #608,654 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lucy signs up for an experiment where her perfect match will be found for her, and she only gets to meet him on the day of her wedding, and they have to stay married for two months before deciding if their match will work or not.
Well, guess who turns out to be her husband-to-be?
This novel (which brings all three novellas together in one) charts the tempestuous relationship between the two. It deals with Lucy’s trust issues, Heath’s battle to fight for her and win her, and the unrequited love and physical attraction they’ve always had for one another. It was sexy, a little bit humorous, and you’re rooting for them all the way.
It was a really great story and I loved the side characters. I’m looking forward to reading the next trilogy in the series.
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The first section, Trust, is told from the perspective of Lucy Roberts. Lucy wants love in her life, and is looking desperately for it. But standing in her way is a history with two brothers, Will and Heathcliff Kerrigan. It’s Heathcliff, though, who causes conflicting feelings in her. She can’t get past him misleading her years ago, when they were teenagers, so her head tells her to stay away from him. But whenever she’s near him her body reacts with a need she can’t control.
Ignoring her feelings for Heath, Lucy meets with a matchmaker who has quite an experiment for her to take part in. A panel of experts will get to know Lucy and what she’s looking for in a mate, and they’ll find her perfect match. The catch—she has to marry her match, and she won’t know who it is until they meet at the altar. Throughout the process, Lucy faces lessons in trust, and getting through them means she just might get what she’s looking for.
Lucy was surprised they found someone for her, but the biggest surprise was who she saw waiting for her at the altar. Her match was Heath. She couldn’t believe he was chosen for her, and she fought the truth. But Heath asked her to trust him and take that step with him.
The second section, Honor, is told from Heath’s perspective. It takes us through the growth of their developing relationship. We also see some of Heath’s fears the struggles he’s facing in their new relationship. But Heath had a secret, and his honor’s at stake. Should he risk telling her, knowing it could be the end of the dream he’d had for so long?
The third section, Love, is from the point of view of both Lucy and Heath. There’s great passion between them, whether their fighting or making love, but that passion doesn’t keep them from making mistakes. Even after all they’d come through, and all the truths they’d faced, Heath wasn’t ready to fight for what he wanted. And when it seems like he’s given up on the relationship, Lucy is left desperate and alone. They both must decide their relationship is worth fighting for, even when their path to love is a rocky one.
Trust Honor Love is unique and well-written. It’s a lightly erotic journey into the lives of two people searching for the love of their life. Seeing the events of their lives as they struggle through and face their mistakes had me invested in the characters and their choices and actions from the beginning. The perspectives in the book keep the focus on the characters and move the story forward at a good pace. I thought the playlist was a fun addition, sharing a little more of what each character was feeling, even when they didn’t know it themselves. I enjoyed following Lucy and Heath as they faced their fears and fought for what they wanted. Using the matchmaking experiment as a tool to bring the two together in the end was a brilliant idea. It was exciting, fun to read, and it was hard to stop once I got started. This was my first book by J.M. Witt, and I can’t wait to read more, especially the Blind Vows series. Trust Honor Love is definitely worth the read!
Ten years later and Lucy is looking for Mr. Stable and Commitment. While Heath and the rest of the Kerrigan brothers are in her life still, Lucy and Heath still have their share of troubles lingering from that summer. Now Lucy is getting ready to let the matchmakers decide her destiny and must put Heath behind her permanently.
Who is Lucy's groom to be?
And will Heath ever have a chance to convince Lucy he wants her and is sorry for the past?
WHAT I LOVED ABOUT THIS SERIAL -
-The Kerrigan boys mother is an English Lit professor so all her sons names are based on English Lit names.
-HEATHCLIFF! I am so in love with Heath. His looks, his charm, and especially what he said about 'anchors'. He's so dreamy and swoonworthy even if he has his not so fine moments.
-The marriage experiment. This sounds so different and obviously I have never read a book that features a couple getting together like this so I loved this fresh new plot.
-Lucy and Sarah's friendship.
I also really loved how Trust was in Lucy's POV while Honor was in Heath's with the last part, Love was told by both Lucy and Heath. The alternating POV's were great and I enjoyed getting into both Heath's and Lucy's minds.
I honestly cannot stress enough how much I loved Heath. I thought he was such a great character. I really enjoyed Lucy's characters too, of course, but there was something about Heath that drew me to him. I am so interested in seeing what happens with the rest of the Kerrigan brother's also. Luckily for us readers we only have to wait until the 29th!
“Yanking the towel from her body, I turned her and pulled her back against my front. My hands roamed her body as she lay lax against me, letting me do as I wished. Her body trembled and I knew it was with desire and not from the cold. The room was quite warm and I was grateful for it.”
4 stars. I loved this story and the whole idea of twins and thinking one is better than the other, only to be totally mistaken. Great book!!
Trust Honor Love: An experiment of marital proportions.
Lucy Roberts is sick of the dating scene and especially of what she can never have;
The Kerrigan brothers, specifically twins Will and Heath.
A bad run-in with Heath proves everything she already knew about him; he’s not Will.
Agreeing to a new experiment; she lets a panel of experts pick out her future husband.
Heathcliff Kerrigan is convinced Lucy is made to be his and not Will’s.
Their family ties go back decades, just like his love for her.
After his attempts to claim her go wrong, he lets her go. Or does he?
Making a drastic change, he decides to partake in the same marriage experiment.
Find out if their destinies are truly tied to one another or not.
Trust has them risking everything.
Honor gets them down the aisle.
Love will be the biggest test of all.
This book was such an exciting and fun read. Lucy is over dating and she is over the fact that she can’t have the Kerrigan twins. But after a nasty run in with Heath, she’s even more sure that she wants his twin Will. After that run in she decides to have a panel of love experts pick her future husband. Heath is convinced that Lucy is his and they are made for each other. After being brushed off by her, he decides to let her go and join in on the panel of love experts. Will he prove to her that he is the guy for her or will she end up with someone else?? Ugh, I can’t stress how much I loved Heath!!! Great story!! Refreshing and fun read!!
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Melissa for Alpha Book Club**
Trust Honor Love: An experiment of marital proportions. Lucy Roberts is sick of the dating scene and especially of what she can never have; The Kerrigan brothers, specifically twins Will and Heath. A bad run-in with Heath proves everything she already knew about him; he’s not Will. Agreeing to a new experiment; she lets a panel of experts pick out her future husband. Heathcliff Kerrigan is convinced Lucy is made to be his and not Will’s. Their family ties go back decades, just like his love for her. After his attempts to claim her go wrong, he lets her go. Or does he? Taking a drastic change, he decides to partake in the same marriage experiment. Find out if their destinies are truly tied to one another or not. Trust has them risking everything. Honor gets them down the aisle. Love will be the biggest test of all (Amazon Blurb)
I truly enjoyed this first book in this series. It was unique, captivating and emotionally charging – the connections and chemistry existing between the characters were poignant and the sexual tension!? Yowzah! Trust Honor Love is the first novel in the Blind Vows series and I sincerely must say that it is a great start and promises to be an amazing series. Lucy has had enough of having to deal with choosing between two men: one who broke her heart but makes her blood boil in all the right ways, and the other who owns her heart. The only problem choosing for Lucy is the fact that both men share the same face since they are twins. As a result, she turns to a matchmaker who will decide her perfect partner based on many factors, but the only draw back is that she won’t find out who the mystery partner is until both are at the altar. Knowing he’s destined to be with Lucy, Heath does everything humanly possible to be the man she meets at the altar and as a couple, the two must learn what trust, honor and love means. As a first time reader of J.M. Witt, I’m an absolute fan and can’t wait for the next part of this series – a highly recommended novel that readers could easily immerse themselves.
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Kathleen for Alpha Book Club**