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Honor Redeemed #2, in the Keys of Promise series, by Christin Johnson
Now that both of Prosperity Jones' parents are gone, two years later she heads from her family home, to Key West where David Latham has been stationed. The two had pledged marriage. She arrives penniless and then is shocked to find out David is married to another woman. Does the kind doctor she meets mend her broken heart?
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Publication Date: 2016
Series: Keys of Promise
Two years ago, Prosperity Jones waved farewell to her beloved David as the army sent him to faraway Key West. Now with her parents gone, she has but one prospect for the future: make the dangerous journey from Nantucket to Key West to reunite with David and secure a happier life. Arriving penniless in the South, Prosperity is dismayed to find David married to someone else. Scrambling to survive and nursing a broken heart, she gains the friendship--and the affection--of a kind doctor. Could he be the answer to her loneliness? Or will her life be upended by circumstance yet again?
With a deft hand, Christine Johnson fills the reader's senses with the sights, sounds, and smells of Key West in this heartwarming story of honor lost, honor redeemed, and a love forged in adversity.
BethErinILAge: 25-34Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5Once broken, can her heart be trusted?November 10, 2016BethErinILAge: 25-34Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4Prosperity's heartbreak is complete when she arrives in Key West and discovers her fianc is married to another. A kind older doctor befriends her and proposes a solution to her dilemma but Prosperity must decide whether to listen to her head or her heart.
This title is the second in the Keys of Promise series yet I found it was just fine as a stand alone novel. The story explores forgiveness, prejudice, honor, duty, and love.
I requested the opportunity to read and review this title through Revell Reads. The opinions expressed are my own.
ReginaF5 Stars Out Of 5A twist to HoseaSeptember 26, 2016ReginaFQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I loved this book! I couldn't put it down!! Honor Redeemed is by far the best Hosea fictional story I've read - although it wasn't all about it, just a portion. In the end he realized what was most important. God can redeem us from all things and this story gives us an in depth glimpse at how God's grace and love surrounds us.
Thanks, Netgalley and Revell, for the privilege of reading and reviewing this book. My opinion is my own and doesn't reflect my review.
Jen PenMidwest5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent continuation in the Keys of Promise series...August 29, 2016Jen PenMidwestQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5SUMMARY:
After losing her beloved mother, Prosperity Jones decides to take the chance and travel to Key West to find her fianc, Lt. David Latham. Upon arriving, Prosperity realizes she must have missed the latest correspondence from David pertaining to the change in circumstance. Penniless, heartbroken, wary and stunned, she must make plans for her future, while deciding whether to follow her heart or her head. With lots to consider, Prosperity strains to find forgiveness, honesty, faithfulness and hope in her current situation.
A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
With book 1 in the Keys of Promise series, Loves Rescue, being my favorite book of 2015, it was hard to wait for the next book, Honor Redeemed. Set against such high standards as book 1, this was again a novel I thoroughly enjoyed. Putting it aside until I had the time to read it non-stop, I did just that. With writing that drew me in, characters involved in intertwining manners, and interesting word choices, the authors familiarity of the location within the story only led to further enjoyment.
5 (out of 5) pennies
*I received a complimentary copy of Honor Redeemed from Revell Publishing for my honest review*
Rebecca ManeyGastonia, North CarolinaAge: 55-65Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5Enjoyable Series Continuation!August 15, 2016Rebecca ManeyGastonia, North CarolinaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Following the death of her mother, Prosperity Jones makes a life-changing decision to travel aboard ship from Nantucket to Key West, determined to reunite with her beloved fiance, Lt. David Latham. Unknown to Prosperity, David has also made a life altering decision, marrying a woman of ill repute when challenged with the fact that she is expecting his child.
Heart broken by David's betrayal and otherwise penniless, Prosperity manages to finds employment as a laundress at a local hospital and cultivates a socially acceptable friendship with a kind, respectable doctor. When tragedy strikes one dark, stormy night, David and Prosperity must forge a path towards love and forgiveness, even if it appears that the cord of their betrothal has been permanently severed.
Enjoy this trip back to Key West, as Christine Johnson's "Keys of Promise" series continues.
Just Commonly2 Stars Out Of 5Historical romance, but doesn't hit the mark with me.August 12, 2016Just CommonlyQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Honor Redeemed by Christine Johnson is in truth a romantic story of long distance love that changed, yet it's not always what it seems. I think the premise is intriguing enough, and the romance triangle(s) can definitely keep the drama going. The character developments throughout are strong, especially with David and Prosperity, and their history. As our main leads, I expect no less. However, I also am not too fond of Prosperity. She's impulsive at times and seems to always jumps to the wrong conclusions of things, especially with David. Her own choices and mistakes makes it hard for one to feel for her as the victim, or the heroine. The misunderstandings seem to drag on and on.
As a story, it's full of intrigue with a message of forgiveness that seems fairly abrupt. As an historical fiction, it is merely a setting, with not too much elaborate visual details. I do think as a romance, it is successful and for fans of historical romance, it hits the mark. Unfortunately, it doesn't create a strong emotion from me.
NOTE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own. For my review policy, please see my Disclosure page.