Lust and Honor

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
What happens when the best man is handsome, wealthy and charming and is in love — or it is lust — with the woman who is about to marry his best friend?

This 12-page story is a prologue to the full length novel, Legacy of the Highlands, which has been described as a page turner and Tom Clancy with romantic sex.
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About Harriet Schultz

After a long career as an award-winning journalist, I decided that making things up is a lot more fun than writing about real world problems. I've published four novels. The first three are a romantic suspense series: Legacy of the Highlands, A Legacy of Revenge and Legacy of Love and the newest, Falling Into Drew, is a steamy contemporary romance. I love to travel and have visited all of the locations in my novels so that I can bring them to life for my readers. I'm so grateful that people enjoy the stories I've created!

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KaraSkinner reviewed on on June 16, 2017

This is only the prologue of a story that will take two full-length novels to complete. But I'm intrigued all the same. I still don't know if Diego intentionally cursed them or not. I hope he didn't mean to.

Of course, if he didn't mean to, and he really did get the oath from his parents, why were his parents regularly saying a Scottish blessing around him when they lived in Argentina? That does not make sense to me. But this is only the prologue. Who knows what will happen next?

I like Will, Diego's best friend, a lot. As well as Alex, who is Will's wife. They are both really nice and the chemistry between the three of them was great.

The plot is a little formulaic. It actually reminds me of some K-dramas I've seen (Korean Soap Operas) but there's nothing wrong with that when it's well written. And this story is so far. It will be interesting to read more.
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Stephanie Jones reviewed on on June 11, 2012

Short and sweet! Perfect teaser for the novel.
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Marcia Carrington reviewed on on June 4, 2012

A sprightly, well-developed romantic-comic short story which leaves the reader with a great enigma at the very end.
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Victor Campbell reviewed on on June 2, 2012

Terrific romance-type writing.
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