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A DEFENSE OF HONOR by Kristi Ann Hunter, Reviewed by Paula Shreckhise

A Defense of Honor by Kristi Ann Hunter is a Regency piece set in London and Marlborough in 1816. It is the first of a fascinating new series by Kristi.

Kit FitzGilbert and her friend Daphne are hiding in the countryside after fleeing London society over a decade ago.
Graham, Lord Wharton is bored waiting to become an Earl but wants nothing to do with the frivolous pursuits of most of his peers. In other words, he wants to make a difference.

This novel is anything but boring! Kristi enchants us again with a tale of England’s upper crust in the Regency Era. She is one of my favorite authors.

Kit and Graham meet by chance at a ball. Graham is curious about an elusive lady in green. Perhaps trying to find her will cure his boredom.

Kit has a heart for children and mothers in dire circumstances. But will the mysterious Governess help or hurt Kit and her charges? After coming upon Kit, Daphne and the children while trying to assist his friend in finding his missing sister, Graham f…

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