On the opening pages of Kristi Ann Hunter's latest tale, A Defense of Honor, you are introduced to the main characters in this tale, Katherine "Kit" FitzGilbert and Graham, Lord Warton. Kit is a young woman who has left the London social scene to focus on caring for illegitimate children, who have sadly been left as orphans. Graham is a wealthy young man, who is looking for something of value to fill the hours of his life, other than gambling and dancing his days away. Watch and see what these two young people find!
When Graham meets a beautiful woman in the shadows of a London ballroom, you have no idea what will happen next. Graham leaves the room with only her name, Kit, and no idea where he can find her again!
Graham soon leaves town to help a friend try to locate his sister, who is pregnant and has been sent off by their father. When Graham goes off searching through some woods, outside the village where they are staying, he soon finds two young children in need of help. When he takes the children back to their home, he suddenly sees children pop up everywhere, as well as the three women who are caring for them. Surprisingly one of them is Kit!
The start of this tale is a bit slow; however, once Graham encounters Kit and the children, the story moves a bit faster. As you see God working in both of Graham and Kit's lives, you will soon see a solution come to light about how to best care for these young lives!
I received this book from Bethany House in exchange for my unbiased review.