Lusting For Covers (266)

September 3, 2017 Loverofromance Lusting For Covers 7 Comments

1375 A.D. – When Sir Christopher “Kit” Emory’s beloved mother falls ill, he decides to seek the help of someone he met briefly at the royal court years ago—Lady Alys de Montfort, a renowned healer despite her young age. While traveling to her home at Kinwick Castle, Kit is accosted by a band of highwayman, who beat and rob him, leaving him to die. Fortunately, an escort party comes across him and Lady Alys insists they take the stranger home so she can use her skill in the healing arts to save his life.

The man awakens and has no memory of his identity, but Alys believes he might be Kit Emory, a young man she’d met once when she was a young girl. Kit comforted her when the queen died and Alys never forgot his kindness to her. Alys does what she can to jog Kit’s memory, even as she struggles with her growing attraction to him, knowing Kit was betrothed and must now be wed. Kit also finds his desire deepening for Alys, but he doesn’t know his own name, much less if he has a wife or family. Until he recalls who he is, he refuses to commit his heart to Alys.

Once Kit regains his memory and realizes he is free to pursue Alys, their road to love is anything but smooth.

Join Kit and Alys as they overcome events that continue to tear them apart and threaten the love they have for one another.

Each book in the Knights of Honor series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed out of order.

Why Heart of Honor? 

I just adore this cover, and their almost kiss like pose. I really love the way they are holding each other. Such pretty colors used, I just love the pink here.

  • Yes! Always love the kissing poses like that. 🙂

  • I love her books. I actually think this is my favorite cover from this series. 🙂

  • Michele H

    Great pose and I actually love the color of the sky as much as the flowers. The purples & pinks are beautiful!

  • I love the color of the sky with the color of the flowers at the bottom. So amazing! Lots of layers in that cover that aren’t easy to blend – it’s a great cover imho 🙂

  • Ooo, I really like this cover too. This book sounds really interesting. Have you read this one or any in the series?

  • This is a nice cover and I like that you really can’t see too much of their face. I like to imagine that sometimes 🙂 I don’t think I have read anything from this time-period.

  • That is a lovely one 🙂