Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Bound with Honor

Review copy provided via NetGallery in exchange for an honest review

Summary: Bound with Honor

Lord Archibald Cambury, Marquess of Camburton, has never wanted for anything . . . except normalcy. Although he adores both of his loving mothers, and his vivacious twin sister with her two husbands, he wants a wife. One wife. Full stop. Is that so much to ask?
Miss Selina Ashby appears to be everything Archie has always wanted in a marchioness: demure, soft-spoken, and pretty, with a quick mind and delectable humor. Yes, she is a bit forward, but he chalks that up to youth. Yes, she has a very particular friend in Beatrix Farnsworth, but he chalks that up to loyalty. He is a lord; she is a lady; they are in love. And so they marry. That should be the end of it.
But when Archie discovers that his wife is as passionate with her particular friend Beatrix as he is with his particular friend Christopher, his world is shattered. He must decide if Selina’s love is big enough for both of them—and whether normalcy is truly more important than the love, he feels for both the man and the woman who have become so dear to him.


Hands down the best LGBTQIA I’ve every read.  I don’t read them on normal bases, but from time to time I’m that curious side of me just has to pick one up and read.  Most of them have not been worth the money I paid for them.  The story wasn’t there; it was all about the sex between all the different people, also the editing was pore.  You could take out the sex in this story and still have a great read. The sex was hot and very well written. Everything I want in a story was here, from the development of the story-line, the characters. All the emotions were spot on. I didn’t see any grammatical or punctuation errors, which drive me crazy.


Would I recommend this story to others? Yes

Would I read more stories from that author? YES

This story is a Novella, which feels complete. I feel the Author could have made this into a full novel without losing any substance or comprising the flow of the story.

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