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Reviewed by Jacqueline Varlotta for Readers' Favorite
A Woman of Love (Honour, Love and Courage series) written by Marlow Kelly was really fun to read and left me wanting to read the next book in the series. This short, historical story takes place in England, with characters that I could relate to, with their realistic qualities. Only a good author is able to do this with each character in their stories. Annabel was determined to fight to protect her child Beth, no matter what the cost to her own life. James put his life on the line to protect her and her child from Eliot, who had made Annabel feel trapped with no way out until she met James. Elliot was the wicked character in the story that gave the story its plot, despite how unlikable his character was. Elliot's motives had me rooting for Annabel to escape from his clutches and for James to save her in the end.
Nicholas, James' brother who plotted the whole scene to catch the evil Eliot, was as likable as his brother. His investigation of Eliot and his involvement in this story, though brief, was interesting and left me hanging. Placing Annabel and her daughter in danger and involving his brother was something that made the story more intriguing. A Woman of Love by Marlow Kelly was a great short story romance that I really enjoyed reading. I recommend this story and I intend to go back and read the rest of the series.