Logan has been running from a death bed promise for years, but he’s finally decided to face his fears and claim his forever. Now all he has to do is convince her to take another chance on love.
Katie buried her husband and made peace with never finding a love that strong again. But when a smooth talking cowboy asks her to dance, fireworks explode, leaving them both desperate for more.
However, their happiness is darkened by a secret – the secret of who he really is.
3 Star Review by Ashley
I'm a sucker for a good military romance and always looking to fall for a new author's writing. So when I saw Andi Jaxon and AJ Alexander, two authors I've never heard of before, I figured why not. And after that gripping opening, for me, things fell apart.
I like me a fast paced read. I'm all for insta-lust and insta-love but with Logan and Katie, I was missing that connection that made it believable. To be fair, they both had survived a great deal and their emotions ran high but some of the interactions didn't seem realistic to me.
All that being said, the cast of secondary characters, especially Amber, Charlie and Avery added some much needed humor to the mix. Overall, Honor was ok. It had the bones to be good but, in my opinion, fell a little short of its potential.
About the Authors
Raised all over the country, I'm a interesting mix of East Coast meets West Coast with a little bit of Southern thrown in, just for good measure. I married a sexy man in uniform who let me spawn and am now raising a mutinous army of hell raisers that I created myself, all while he defends our country. I drink too much coffee until it's late enough to drink too much wine and am sexually frustrated for your freedom. If you see me online, I'm probably sitting in a closet, hiding from my kids.
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Fluent in sarcasm, Supernatural, and song lyrics, I like talking to people and finding what makes them tick, though that probably has to do with the Psychology degree. I’m up before the sun because my kids don’t sleep, chugging tea and coffee to keep my eyes open and my brain semi functional. Being married to a man in uniform means I’ve lived a lot of places, survived seeing my husband for half the amount of time I’ve been married, and spent a lot of time raising my kids alone.
I love to write messed up psychos with lots of angst, happily ever afters that have to be worked for. Women with sass and backbone, men with a twisted hero complex and the need to control are my favorite to read as well as write.