Someone to Honor

Mary Balogh. Berkley, $7.99 mass market (400p) ISBN 978-1-984802-37-8
A false impression hides the answer to a woman’s dreams in Balogh’s layered sixth Westcott Regency (after Someone to Trust). Abigail Westcott, raised in the nobility, had been disgraced on the discovery that her parents’ marriage was illegal, but now she is newly wealthy and content to remain single. Thrilled to welcome home her injured soldier brother, Harry, she’s not impressed by his friend, Gil Bennington, whom she initially mistakes for a servant. Gil, a high-ranking officer, is ashamed of his illegitimacy, and he assumes Abby’s introverted nature is merely snobbery. Only when they both stay with Harry during his convalescence do the two realize there’s more to the other than meets the eye. When Gil is faced with a family emergency, Abby risks everything to help him, and Gil must decide whether he deserves a place in her titled family—and in her heart. Through these charming characters, Balogh explores the universal question “Who am I?” and its related concerns about self-worth. This warmhearted addition to the Westcott series adds depth to a complex, congenial family. (July)
Reviewed on : 04/16/2019
Release date: 07/02/2019
Genre: Romance/Erotica
Hardcover - 336 pages - 978-0-593-09810-3
Library Binding - 978-1-4328-6733-1
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