By Honor Betrayed

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By Honor Betrayed [EPUB] ✿ By Honor Betrayed ❄ Alex Beecroft – Polishdarling.co.uk 1748Lieutenant Conrad Herriot And Seaman Tom Cotton Have Been Master And Servant For Over A Decade, And Friends For Almost As Long When Tom Is Injured During A Skirmish, Conrad Forgets Himself And Rus Lieutenant Conrad Herriot And Seaman Tom Cotton Have Been Master And Servant For Over A Decade, And Friends For Almost As Long When Tom Is Injured During A By Honor ePUB Ù Skirmish, Conrad Forgets Himself And Rushes To Tom S Side, Arousing Suspicion About The True Nature Of Their RelationshipAll Tom Wants Is The Chance To Consummate Their Love And Embark On A New Life Together, Outside The Law That Condemns Them Yet He Fears Conrad Won T Risk His Career And His Honor To Become Tom S LoverConrad Believes His Lust For Tom Will Damn His Soul There S Also Their Difference In Class A Gentleman Doesn T Socialize With A Common Tar As Conrad Struggles To Refute The Gossip On The Ship, He Must Decide Whether To Commit The Crime The Crew S Already Convicted Them Of, Or Part From Tom For Good To Save Both Their Necks, Words.

    By Honor Betrayed PDF/EPUB ↠ By Honor ePUB Ù Believes His Lust For Tom Will Damn His Soul There S Also Their Difference In Class A Gentleman Doesn T Socialize With A Common Tar As Conrad Struggles To Refute The Gossip On The Ship, He Must Decide Whether To Commit The Crime The Crew S Already Convicted Them Of, Or Part From Tom For Good To Save Both Their Necks, Words."/>
  • ebook
  • 84 pages
  • By Honor Betrayed
  • Alex Beecroft
  • English
  • 08 May 2018
  • 1426892551

About the Author: Alex Beecroft

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10 thoughts on “By Honor Betrayed

  1. Lena Grey Lena Grey says:

    What would you do if faced with the impossible choice of staying within the rules of society or following your heart When it comes down to deciding whether to spend his life with Tom Cotton, the man he loves, or without him, Lieutenant Conrad Herriot makes a monumental decision which will affect his and Tom s life forever.Conrad is such a good, honest, caring person but he is also a product of his environment He s had honor, duty, and morals pounded into him all of his life, yet, when it comes What would you do if faced with the impossible choice of staying within the rules of society or following your heart When it comes down to deciding whether to spend his life with Tom Cotton, the man he loves, or without him, Lieutenant Conrad Herriot makes a monumental decision which will affect his and Tom s life forever.Conrad is such a good, honest, caring person but he is also a product of his environment He s had honor, duty, and morals pounded into him all of his life, yet, when it comes to Tom, everything deemed proper seems to go right out the window Even though he s been taught that his feelings for Tom will send him to hell, he realizes that life without him will surely make him feel like he s there already I commend him for winning his internal struggle and proving his loyalty to Tom by planning an escape from a world which damned them for loving each other It s amazing that he finds a place, although not perfect, which provides them with the opportunity to build a ...

  2. Erastes Erastes says:

    Just a small niggle, and this is nothing to do with the review or the mark but I fail completely to see why Carina insisted on the American spellling of honor on the title and the blurb, and then used English spelling including honour in the book itself Very odd indeed plus the year is wrong, the book is set in 1750 Bad Carina, no biscuit.I had to have some niggles, after all, because there s not much else to niggle about here Lovers of Alex s writing whether you like it for the mile Just a small niggle, and this is nothing to do with the review or the mark but I fail completely to see why Carina insisted on the American spellling of honor on the title and the blurb, and then used English spelling including honour in the book itself Very odd indeed plus the year is wrong, the book is set in 1750 Bad Carina, no biscuit.I...

  3. Bruin Fisher Bruin Fisher says:

    Age of Sail is a genre with exacting specifications it s a peculiarly foreign setting, requiring the author s mastery over such a lot of esoteric language and practice, it s a daunting task Nevertheless there are a few authors who can pull it off convincingly and Ms Beecroft is at the top of her game This is a brief novella which instantly pulls you in to its exciting and involving plot, perfectly recreating the life of an officer and his servant on board ship in the Royal Navy in the era Age of Sail is a genre with exacting specifications it s a peculiarly foreign setting, requiring the author s mastery over such a lot of esoteric language and practice, it s a daunting task Nevertheless there are ...

  4. willaful willaful says:

    I ve heard many great things about Beecroft s False Colors but tend to be intimidated by long, epic historicals This was a perfect introduction to her work, a novella that compactly blends romance, adventure and insight into the human heart in its 84 pages.Lt Conrad Herriot has been struggling for a decade with his feelings for his manservant and best friend, Tom He s fairly sure they re mutual the risk in taking action is not of losing Tom, but of his chances at heaven, and he feels force I ve heard many great things about Beecroft s False Colors but tend to be intimidated by long, epic historicals This was a perfect introduction to her work, a novella that compactly blends romance, adventure and insight into the human heart in its 84 pages.Lt Conrad Herriot has been struggling for a decade with his feelings for his manservant and best friend, Tom He s fairly sure they re mutual the risk in taking action is not of losing Tom, but of his chances at heaven, and he feels forced to choose to save his heart and lose his soul Or save his soul and lose his heart But there s anothe...

  5. Kajsa Gillsjö Collin Kajsa Gillsjö Collin says:

    Oh My Goodness This book is AMAZING Yes, with capital letters.Reading old reviews over at Dear Author i came across a review of an anthology were most stories were pretty bad but the one by Alex Beecroft Blessed Isle had a high score Intrigued by the description I decided to check her out She had a lot of books taking place on ships during the 18th century and since I love that setting I was excited even before I started reading And the excitement did not go away In fact it just grew.T Oh My Goodness This book is AMAZING Yes, with capital letters.Reading old reviews over at Dear Author i came acros...

  6. Christine Christine says:

    I m sitting here wondering why I haven t read Alex Beecroft before Huge oversight on my part that I will have to correct This was a quick read that actually had me shouting out at one point I love how there aren t any easy outs for Conrad and Tom Their lives are in constant danger, not only due to their roles as sailors in th...

  7. Alison Alison says:

    4.5 stars So good I loved this exciting novella It s a gripping and vivid adventure in a small, lively package The writing is superb and full of wonderfully rich detail The characters are engaging and vibrant This was really great and I wish there wasIt s complete, but I want to know what...

  8. kasjo_peja kasjo_peja says:

    Chaotic writing and chaotic plotting Both MC were indecisive, had mixed priorities and really bad timing I got lost few times, because of the marine historical language.Good snap shot description of surrounding weather, people, buildings.

  9. Galia Galia says:

    2.5 stars

  10. C.C. Williams C.C. Williams says:

    Excellent read Interesting characters in creative situations makes for a delightful story Has one the best wind ups I ve ever read.Highly recommended

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10 thoughts on “By Honor Betrayed

  1. Lena Grey Lena Grey says:

    What would you do if faced with the impossible choice of staying within the rules of society or following your heart When it comes down to deciding whether to spend his life with Tom Cotton, the man he loves, or without him, Lieutenant Conrad Herriot makes a monumental decision which will affect his and Tom s life forever.Conrad is such a good, honest, caring person but he is also a product of his environment He s had honor, duty, and morals pounded into him all of his life, yet, when it comes What would you do if faced with the impossible choice of staying within the rules of society or following your heart When it comes down to deciding whether to spend his life with Tom Cotton, the man he loves, or without him, Lieutenant Conrad Herriot makes a monumental decision which will affect his and Tom s life forever.Conrad is such a good, honest, caring person but he is also a product of his environment He s had honor, duty, and morals pounded into him all of his life, yet, when it comes to Tom, everything deemed proper seems to go right out the window Even though he s been taught that his feelings for Tom will send him to hell, he realizes that life without him will surely make him feel like he s there already I commend him for winning his internal struggle and proving his loyalty to Tom by planning an escape from a world which damned them for loving each other It s amazing that he finds a place, although not perfect, which provides them with the opportunity to build a ...


  2. Erastes Erastes says:

    Just a small niggle, and this is nothing to do with the review or the mark but I fail completely to see why Carina insisted on the American spellling of honor on the title and the blurb, and then used English spelling including honour in the book itself Very odd indeed plus the year is wrong, the book is set in 1750 Bad Carina, no biscuit.I had to have some niggles, after all, because there s not much else to niggle about here Lovers of Alex s writing whether you like it for the mile Just a small niggle, and this is nothing to do with the review or the mark but I fail completely to see why Carina insisted on the American spellling of honor on the title and the blurb, and then used English spelling including honour in the book itself Very odd indeed plus the year is wrong, the book is set in 1750 Bad Carina, no biscuit.I...


  3. Bruin Fisher Bruin Fisher says:

    Age of Sail is a genre with exacting specifications it s a peculiarly foreign setting, requiring the author s mastery over such a lot of esoteric language and practice, it s a daunting task Nevertheless there are a few authors who can pull it off convincingly and Ms Beecroft is at the top of her game This is a brief novella which instantly pulls you in to its exciting and involving plot, perfectly recreating the life of an officer and his servant on board ship in the Royal Navy in the era Age of Sail is a genre with exacting specifications it s a peculiarly foreign setting, requiring the author s mastery over such a lot of esoteric language and practice, it s a daunting task Nevertheless there are ...


  4. willaful willaful says:

    I ve heard many great things about Beecroft s False Colors but tend to be intimidated by long, epic historicals This was a perfect introduction to her work, a novella that compactly blends romance, adventure and insight into the human heart in its 84 pages.Lt Conrad Herriot has been struggling for a decade with his feelings for his manservant and best friend, Tom He s fairly sure they re mutual the risk in taking action is not of losing Tom, but of his chances at heaven, and he feels force I ve heard many great things about Beecroft s False Colors but tend to be intimidated by long, epic historicals This was a perfect introduction to her work, a novella that compactly blends romance, adventure and insight into the human heart in its 84 pages.Lt Conrad Herriot has been struggling for a decade with his feelings for his manservant and best friend, Tom He s fairly sure they re mutual the risk in taking action is not of losing Tom, but of his chances at heaven, and he feels forced to choose to save his heart and lose his soul Or save his soul and lose his heart But there s anothe...


  5. Kajsa Gillsjö Collin Kajsa Gillsjö Collin says:

    Oh My Goodness This book is AMAZING Yes, with capital letters.Reading old reviews over at Dear Author i came across a review of an anthology were most stories were pretty bad but the one by Alex Beecroft Blessed Isle had a high score Intrigued by the description I decided to check her out She had a lot of books taking place on ships during the 18th century and since I love that setting I was excited even before I started reading And the excitement did not go away In fact it just grew.T Oh My Goodness This book is AMAZING Yes, with capital letters.Reading old reviews over at Dear Author i came acros...


  6. Christine Christine says:

    I m sitting here wondering why I haven t read Alex Beecroft before Huge oversight on my part that I will have to correct This was a quick read that actually had me shouting out at one point I love how there aren t any easy outs for Conrad and Tom Their lives are in constant danger, not only due to their roles as sailors in th...


  7. Alison Alison says:

    4.5 stars So good I loved this exciting novella It s a gripping and vivid adventure in a small, lively package The writing is superb and full of wonderfully rich detail The characters are engaging and vibrant This was really great and I wish there wasIt s complete, but I want to know what...


  8. kasjo_peja kasjo_peja says:

    Chaotic writing and chaotic plotting Both MC were indecisive, had mixed priorities and really bad timing I got lost few times, because of the marine historical language.Good snap shot description of surrounding weather, people, buildings.


  9. Galia Galia says:

    2.5 stars


  10. C.C. Williams C.C. Williams says:

    Excellent read Interesting characters in creative situations makes for a delightful story Has one the best wind ups I ve ever read.Highly recommended


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