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A Lady's Honor

A Lady's Honor A Cliffs of Cornwall Novel

By Laurie Alice Eakes
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 3.91 Stars

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On 11/6 SittieCates wrote: This book is from BookLook Bloggers (formerly, BookSneeze). In exchange of the free copy, here’s my review.Initially, I thought this one’s about a very young lady since I thought that was what the girl on the cover looked like. (The cover is nice, by the way.) But at the first part, I saw it was ... #Review: A Lady’s Honor by Laurie Alice Eakes

SittieCates' Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/1 i blog 4 books wrote: Initially, I found A Lady's Honor a little difficult to get into. For me, I felt like too many characters with too many twisty plot details were introduced in quick succession. However, once I started piecing together who everyone was (does anyone else get confused by the way people during this time ... Intriguing Novel

i blog 4 books' Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/2 Liz Terek wrote: April 1811, in Cornwall, England, Elizabeth Trelawny is on the run. Her parents have doomed her with an arranged marriage to a man far from her heart. Accompanied by her trusted companion, Miss Pross, she makes her escape. Relentlessly pursued by her fiancé, Elizabeth flees into a rainy night. While ... A Lady’s Honor: A Cliffs of Cornwall Novel: Laurie Alice Eakes

Liz's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/8 Martha Artyomenko wrote: The musical poetry of this book causes you to see the bluffs, cliffs, to smell the sea air and feel the danger lurking around every corner. I find this amazing, as the author of this book is blind. She has a way of weaving word pictures, I believe, in an expert manner, because of her blindness. We can ... A Lady's Honor by Laurie Eakes

Martha's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/30 Storm De La Rosa wrote: I recently received a complimentary copy of the new book A Lady's Honor by Laurie Alice Eakes to review. Elizabeth Trelawny is escaping her would-be fiance in London, but he's in hot pursuit of her all the way to her family's home in Cornwall called Bastion Point. When she's caught in a storm, she quickly ... Book Review: A Lady's Honor By Laurie Alice Eakes

Storm's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/29 ecc1012 wrote: A Lady’s Honor, by Laurie Alice Eakes, is the first in the “Cliffs of Cornwall” series. Set in Cornwall, England in April 1811, it is an action-packed historical novel that holds the reader’s attention to the very end. Elizabeth Trelawny is rushing to escape an arranged marriage. On her ... Book Review, "A Lady's Honor," Laurie Alice Eakes author

ecc1012's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/29 everett1951 wrote: A Lady's Honor by Laurie Alice Eakes   ;; Book Description Society is concerned about her honor, but Elizabeth must realize her worth doesn't lie in her inheritance.In order to avoid a forced marriage to a dangerous man, Elizabeth Trelawney flees London. An unexpected stranger arrives to help her, ... A Lady's Honor by Laurie Alice Eakes

everett1951's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/16 Becky Dempsey wrote: I was given a free Kindle edition copy of "A Lady's Honor" by Laurie Alice Eakes through the Booklook bloggers program in exchange for my honest review. Set in 1811 Cornwall, England, Elizabeth Trelawny flees London and the arranged marriage with Marquess Rumsford, a man whose previous wives died ... Book Review: "A Lady's Honor" by Laurie Alice Eakes

Becky's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/14 Gina Badalaty wrote: I’m always on the hunt for a good book and doubly so if it’s a historical drama with some romance for the protagonist. It’s a challenge because a lot of books right now are a turn off for me – for example, they are viewing history through a modern skew rather than investigating what actually ... Book Review: A Lady’s Honor

Gina's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/13 Iola's Christian Reads wrote: It’s a fast-paced story of mystery and intrigue as Elizabeth is challenged by her grandparents to find the family treasure. A Lady's Honor is the first novel in the new Cliffs of Cornwall series, and it’s unusual in that it doesn’t have the usual portrayal of smugglers as jolly good fellows who ... Solid but not Spectacular

Iola's Christian Reads' Rating:

3 Stars