Reviews for Vidal's Honor

5.0 out of 5 stars By Ruth Hartman 05-11-12

"Vidal's Honor" is a captivating book. It's rich in history and beautiful descriptions of the Spanish countryside where much of the story takes place. Honor and her husband have a very unusal marriage, in that almost all of it has been spent surrounded by an army and dying soldiers as the couple travels with the English army during 1812. The author's knowledge of the time period is obvious as well as interesting. And in the middle of all of this, there is a love story unfolding that will draw you in and hold your attention as you wait to see what will happen next. I highly recommend this book!


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5.0 out of 5 stars Cloak-and-dagger meets sweet romance 21 Nov 2012
By J. Gunnar Grey - Published on
This is a full-length novel, not a traditional Regency but a surprisingly intricate cloak-and-dagger, spy-and-adventure story with a generous splash of romance. The amount of plotting, organization, and research that went into this book's preparation leave me astonished. The clever, well-sorted resolution, and the sweet romance, are more than satisfying. I've been pleased with author Sherry Gloag's work before; this time, not even the occasional misplaced word or lacking quote marks dulled my delight nor stopped me from clicking through to the next screen. Well done indeed, lady!
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4.0 out of 5 stars By Jennifer Sweeting "regencyreader1988" - Published on
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This wasn't what I thought more an adventure story than a regency romance but I still liked it a lot. It was exciting and the mystery wasn't too difficult. My favorite scene was the "honeymooners" in the inn that was funny but you really did wonder if they'd be caught. This is a good read.
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Regency with Intrigue, December 7, 2012
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This review is from: Vidal's Honor (Kindle Edition)
I enjoyed the intrigue, the betrayals and dangerous trials the heroine faces in this richly detailed historical. Readers will sympathize with Lady Honor Beaumont's dilemma, newly widowed, accused of treason, and her hero, Vidal, plus the deep-seated conflict between them. Kudos to the author for setting up such a great Regency plot.