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  1. Lyn
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    In Honor's Defense
    July 25, 2022
    Lyn
    This review was written for In Honor's Defense, #3.
    Karen Witemeyer did it again! Another compelling love story adventure that I just couldn't put down. Highest praise to my favorite author.
  2. KavR
    Canada
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    If the series has to end, this is the way to do it
    July 14, 2022
    KavR
    Canada
    Gender: female
    This review was written for In Honor's Defense, #3.
    Alternate title: The Domesticating of Luke Davenport. :-) Happy, swoony, heart-palpitating smile. Excuse me while I grab my smelling salts and clear off my fainting couch...just incase.

    Sooooo, Luke.....definitely book boyfriend material. Tenderhearted meets broody in a juxtaposition of delicious contradictions. This scripture quoting horseman has earned the nickname Preacher yet he wrestles with demons from his past that tell him he's worthless, inadequate, unlovable. Resigned to living a life alone, he's trying to find his place in the shifting dynamics of the Horsemen brotherhood. His friends have all married, their attentions homeward bound with wives and babies on the way. And that leaves Luke the odd man out, watching (and aching) from the sidelines at the kind of life he knows he can never have. So he takes a solo job tracking a group of rustlers. Which is how he meets Damaris and her troubled nephew.

    The boy is acting out after the sudden (and mysterious) death of his father. He's fourteen and ornery and citified Damaris has her hands full trying to cope with Nate's recalcitrant ways and her own grief. Not to mention settling into the Wild West. She's fiercely protective of her nephew even though she knows she's lost control of the boy.

    And, wowza, the way Luke and Damaris meet -- equal parts funny and tense and electrifying. And it isn't long before the two are united in their quest to help Nate. And then...well all kinds of stuff happens that I can't mention or I'd spoil the read for you. Let's just say lots of action and adventure, danger and treachery. Some cameo appearances by horsemen and their wives and...the best part of all, toe-curling romantical stuff. Swoon and thud. And repeat.

    If the series has to end, this is the way to do it.

  3. KimP
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Cowboy Romance
    July 6, 2022
    KimP
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This review was written for In Honor's Defense, #3.
    In Honor's Defense by Karen Witemeyer is the third book in her Hanger's Horsemen series. Luke Davenport is asked to track down some cattle rustlers. With the other Horsemen busy with their personal lives, he is on his own. Damaris Baxter moves to Texas to take care of her nephew after the death of her brother. When her path crosses with Luke's it seems Luke may have found his home. I was sad that this was the final Horseman story. I loved this series. The brotherhood, the camaraderie, the fight for justice is something we all long for. It didn't hurt that there was romance awaiting each man. We could use more heroes today!

    I received this book from Celebrate-Lit for my honest review.

  4. MJSH
    NJ
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    adventure-filled historical romance
    July 4, 2022
    MJSH
    NJ
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This review was written for In Honor's Defense, #3.
    "Contentment isn't chained to a certain set of circumstances. It's portable. You can take it with you wherever you go."

    Karen Witemeyer can always be trusted for a worthwhile historical adventure, filled with suspense, action, worthy heroes and heroines, romance, and faith. Though this is the last book in the series, it can definitely be read as a stand-alone. Luke's triumph over his troublesome past is admirable, as is his unshakable faith, loyalty, strength, and determination. Damaris and her soft, compassionate, tender ways is the perfect compliment to Luke's rugged edges and I loved how they filled each other's empty spaces. Their fight to keep the land that belongs to Damaris' nephew and the danger that fight brings add a nice subplot of tension and suspense to the story, which has quite a few twists and turns. I enjoyed meeting the other men of the Hanger's Horsemen and now need to read the first two books in the series!

    I received the book from the publisher via Celebrate Lit Tours and was under no obligation to post a positive comment. All opinions are my own.
  5. MaryAnn
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    Age: Over 65
    Gender: Female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Western Saga Conc,udes
    July 4, 2022
    MaryAnn
    OR
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: Female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This final book in the Hanger's Horsemen series brings it to a close, but it can also stand alone. It may appear to be a typical Western story, with rustlers and horses and ranches, but there a depth and intensity to this story that worms its way into your heart and mind. Damaris Baxter comes to take charge of her orphaned teen nephew, but the situation is much more than she anticipated. In the meantime, Luke Davenport, one of the former Horsemen, has come to help their neighbor--so who can actually be trusted. This complicated tale contains multiple threads weaving a powerful saga that takes readers on a wild ride. Too bad the series has to end. The complicated characters provide plenty of realistic action and bring the compelling tale to life against a believable plot. Hang onto your hats for a wild summer ride! I received a copy from Celebrate Lit. All opinions are my own.
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