Monday, February 16, 2015
Review: Lion's Honor
Lion's Honor by Celia Kyle
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Wow - talk about a phenomenal ending to a super fantastic series! This story of Honor and Grayson has been a long time coming and they truly get the ending they deserve. Years have passed since Grayson and Honor have seen each other and her homecoming is anything but how they expected it to go. Grayson may have determined that Honor was his mate when she was 16, but it took years before Honor was willing to agree with him. While away in London, some truly horrible things happened to her. Not every pride is like her pride at home and Honor had to suffer to learn that hard lesson. During her first heat she found herself kidnapped, tortured, and forced to fight with her own cat. Luckily, she has the best family and friends a girl could ask for. Alex flies her back with no questions asked and keeps all the males away from her until she is ready - even her mate.
Grayson (appropriately) is pissed off that he's being kept from his mate. He deserves some kind of award for holding himself back and being patient with his super young mate. Even when she comes back and he knows she's hurting, he somehow doesn't knock the door down to get to her. He bides his time and waits for her to be ready. For that alone, he is my absolute favorite of the series. The way they go about finding their way together is romantic and awesome. It takes Honor a while before she can truly open up and share her experience with her mate, but when she does we learn exactly how horrible her time in London was. This also introduced us to the bad guy of the book - Angus. He's the prime's son (which also kind of makes the London prime the bad guy, too). The town really comes together to help guard their girl and, ultimately, give everyone a shot at revenge.
This series was such a treat to read. All of the installments were fun, but this was definitely my favorite. Maybe it's because I loved all the side characters so much already, or maybe Honor and Grayson just earned their HEA so much that it was super satisfying. Either way, I highly recommend this great series to all paranormal romance readers who like their books to have some hot sizzle.
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