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Shades of Honor (Grayson Brothers)

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25 out of 49 people found this review helpful.

powerful Reconstruction Era romance

In 1870, Radford Grayson knows his fearful four-year-old daughter Rebecca depends on him, but guiltily he always has let her down, but vows not to this time. Knowing he needs the help of his estranges family, he returns to his hometown of Fredonia, New York desperate t...
In 1870, Radford Grayson knows his fearful four-year-old daughter Rebecca depends on him, but guiltily he always has let her down, but vows not to this time. Knowing he needs the help of his estranges family, he returns to his hometown of Fredonia, New York desperate to provide a nurturing environment for his motherless child. He promised the youngster never to leave her again as even a few seconds apart mean apprehension and resignation of being abandoned for the frightened lass.

The first person he sees upon reaching the family saw mill is childhood friend Evelyn Tucker dressed in breeches. Evelyn is engaged to Radford¿s brother, Kyle, the dependable sibling. However, first Rebecca and then Radford reach her heart as she falls in love with the woe-some twosome. Father and daughter reciprocate her feelings, but her close friend Kyle is his sibling and her fiancé leaving any relationship between them potentially destroying a delicate balance of a fragile little girl.

This powerful Reconstruction Era romance will remind readers of Elvis¿ Love Me Tender . The story line is loaded with passion and emotion, at times quite overwhelming for the audience, as guilty consciences, silent accusations, and pointed recriminations cause frictional relationships. The cast makes award winning Wendy Lindstrom¿s tale into a triumph for Americana historical romance readers who relish a character study that hopefully leads to sequels set in Fredonia.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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37 out of 54 people found this review helpful.

Boo

Woulnt you know the very first so called review is harriet klausner and her cliff note book report ruining the book. Please bn, ban this poster and delete her plot spoiling posts that ruin a book for other readers. We would like a chance to read a book for ourselves wit...
Woulnt you know the very first so called review is harriet klausner and her cliff note book report ruining the book. Please bn, ban this poster and delete her plot spoiling posts that ruin a book for other readers. We would like a chance to read a book for ourselves without this egotistical poster ruining it for us.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2013

    Boo

    Woulnt you know the very first so called review is harriet klausner and her cliff note book report ruining the book. Please bn, ban this poster and delete her plot spoiling posts that ruin a book for other readers. We would like a chance to read a book for ourselves without this egotistical poster ruining it for us.

    37 out of 54 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2012

    Too much bad language.

    This author takes the Lords name in vain...a lot. So unnecessary. What a let down this book was.

    2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2014

    CAN'T RECOMMEND YET

    Because I haven't read it yet..

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  • Posted April 21, 2012

    I highly recommend not only this first book but also the other 3 books on the Grayson brothers.

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It captured my interest in the first few pages and moved easily along as I became acquainted with each member of the Grayson family. It was so hard to put my nook down. Once I had finished reading Shadows of Honor, I couldn't wait to delve into The Longing about brother Kyle and his life and love.

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