Sunday, May 15, 2016

The Making of a Man Review!





The Earl of Dentin returns. Eight stories ranging from short story to novelette in length give us greater understanding into why Dentin is the complex and enigmatic man he is. It also includes new adventures that happen between Honor and the next Rhynan novel. 

Passing the Mantle – An ill-fated hunting trip 
Forging Friendships – Recruiting able-bodied men ineligible for knighthood 
The Sword of Korma Monroe – A sword made for trouble 
Turning Point – A duke and an earl plot treason 
The Bittersweet Pear – A marital misunderstanding 
Isbeth’s Redemption – Dentin doesn’t make a good first impression 
A Squire’s Love – Reginald’s quest 
Restoration – A trip to Braulyn produces unexpected company 


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I actually really enjoyed this book. I was listening to it so I got momentarily confused when the first story ended and the second picked up, but as soon as I looked at the book it was easy to see where each story stopped and the new one started. And yet, the beautiful part is that the stories still connect together, piecing together a greater view of everything happening. Each story intertwines into the other and each set of characters has their own unique issues to resolve, love to find, and conflicts to make them grow. I really loved how the author made it all slide into each story, never taking us away and yet letting us see the different situations and Points of View. I would absolutely recommend this book. Not only is it clean and sweet, the stories were captivating and the author has an incredible writing style that allows you to delve into the world she's put together.



Rachel Rossano specializes in clean romantic fiction set in historical-feeling fantasy worlds. She also dabbles in straightforward historical romance and not-so-strict speculative fiction. 

A happily married mother of three small children, she divides her time between mothering, teaching, and writing. She endeavors to enchant, thrill, entertain, and amuse through her work. A constant student, she seeks to improve her skills and loves to hear from readers.



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