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If you're looking for a novel that will keep you surprised and on your toes - look no further than Abandoned Honor.  This is the second book in the Honor series by Deb Tadema.  The first - No Honor Between Brothers - introduced us to sullen but sexy Mitch, his illegitimate brother Tom and an unpredictable love interest they had in common - the beautiful and bewitching Claire.  We also met friends, family and all manner of lovers!

 

This second installment takes us even deeper into the small town of the late 1960's. We are pulled into the complex but intriguing relationships among this unlikely assortment of siblings, neighbors, sons, daughters and other hometown characters.  Mitch is up to his old tricks, while Claire and Tom try to make a go of their unorthodox relationship.  Get ready for steamy love, jealousy and revenge, and maybe even a dead body or two!

 

Tadema gives another guilty pleasure read to liven up any rainy Saturday afternoon.  Can't wait for the next novel in the Honor Series!

 

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Shawna Smith

Mitch and Claire are playing sex games while she’s living with Tom.   Tom’s stalker won’t leave him alone and eventually puts Tom in the hospital.  I’m glad that Tom finally finds true love.  Big Joe tries to keep his son in line after he tries to rape a girl.  Mitch is still juggling a bunch of women.  Restless Honor is nonstop action.  It kept me glued to the book.   Excellent job, Deb. 

 

 

 

Robin La Kouga

I’ve read the first three books of this series and loved all of them.  It reminds me of the TV show Dallas, except the people in the books aren’t as vindictive.  You never know what’s going to happen next.  I recommend these books. 

4.0 out of 5 stars A battle of wits and emotions

Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2017

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After his father’s will stipulates that in order to inherit his father’s shipping company, Mitch must hire his estranged stepbrother, Tom, with one woman caught between the two. Both brothers fight a battle of wits and emotions to settle a long-held dispute. Unsettled results complicate unresolved relationships to the last page. In this family drama, there definitely is no honor between brothers, especially where a certain woman is concerned.

 

 


Lunakeltica

 

4.0 out of 5 stars A Dark Tale

Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2016

Format: Paperback

Two brothers. One woman. A town rife with rampant scandal and personal vendettas. Can decades of familial mistrust, betrayal, and hatred ever feel a healing hand? Find out in this dark tale of love longed for, love lost, and love found. --April Arnold, author of Ghosts and Physics

 

 

Amazon Customer

 

4.0 out of 5 stars I am enjoying this story. Local references to places ...

Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2016

Format: Paperback

I am enjoying this story. Local references to places in Southwest Ontario and characters bring the story to life.

Two brothers. One woman. A town rife with rampant scandal and personal vendettas. Can decades of familial mistrust, betrayal, and hatred ever feel a healing hand? Find out in this dark tale of love longed for, love lost, and love found. --April Arnold, author of Ghosts and Physics

.   Your writing and descriptive' are usually great so wonders about language in Brother's book.  I found Brother Against Brother a little of a romance novel and the heroine flaky, as far as her sex life, for being a Dr she should be stronger.   Also, some of the street language seemed out of character.   All in all, you are a great author, keep up the good work. 

  Don't get me wrong, Your characters always seem to be very real and the reader feels them if you know what I mean.  When I say she was flaky and I didn't really like is a compliment because you pulled me enough for me to want to slap her and say smarten up.

Marianne McCoy

Sandi

 5 stars This writer has a wicked imagination. It's not the ...

Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2016

Format: Paperback

This writer has a wicked imagination. It's not the type of book I usually read but it has many twists and turns. Certainly unpredictable.

DT

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