I’ll admit, I wondered if Kristi Ann Hunter’s new Haven Manor series could live up to the standard of her debut Hawthorne House series. The verdict? Yes, A Defense of Honor definitely measures up.
Kit FitzGilbert vanished from London’s social scene years ago and swore never to return. But when business sends her running for her life, she’s forced back into a ballroom to hide. There she meets Graham, Viscount of Wharton, who is instantly intrigued by the woman he finds hiding behind a potted tree. Graham soon suspects that Kit holds the answer to a mystery he’s trying to solve, but as much as Kit wants to help him, she can’t. Telling him everything would endanger everyone she loves, so Kit vanishes into the night once again. Neither anticipates the way their lives will continue to intersect long after that chance meeting.
I loved this book! Kit is immediately interesting – after all, we meet her hiding behind a plant – and the dynamics of Continue reading