Vow of Honor By Emma Renshaw



Title: Vow of Honor
Author: Emma Renshaw
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 28, 2018


I can’t stand Tatum from the second she walks into the room. Everything about her puts me on edge—from her small delicate curves to the smile that she refuses to lose. 
There’s nothing she loves more than to piss me off. She’s infused herself in every part of my life, taking away the silence I crave. I’d walk away if I could. If I hadn’t been shot. If I didn’t need physical therapy. If I could resist her.
I only kiss her to shut her up. I didn’t expect it to turn into the hottest moment of my life with our clothes scattered on the floor. The one-time thing turns into something neither of us expects.
When my guard drops and secrets are revealed, I’ll do anything to protect Tate. We have enemies lurking around every corner.
Will my vow of honor cost me the one thing I can’t live without?










Emma loves to write, just don’t ask her to write about herself. If she isn’t writing, you can find her lost in a book or trying to get her doggo to take a selfie with her. He usually refuses. At the end of the day, you can find Emma at the closest Mexican restaurant eating queso and sipping on a margarita. She lives in Texas with her husband and dog.




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descriptiondescriptionThis one was good, not great, but decent. I had a few issues with it. It was almost like two separate stories. The first 60% was packed with pointless OM stuff. Acrimonious exchanges. Fun banter. The heroine was a pathetic doormat regarding the Patrick situation (which ended up leading nowhere). James was an over the top asshole. And not one of those endearing types of assholes, but just a straight up asshole that pretty much treated Tate like crap for way too long. Which bummed me SO out because I LOVED James in book one. The last 40% (which was much better) suddenly turned into this mafia action story, and the OM storylines just went, POOF. 
descriptionOn a more positive note, this author has a very readable way to her writing. The sex was hot, and there was some funny banter at times between Tate and James. I also thought Tate’s family were a hoot. There wasn’t any OW drama, but it is never made clear whether James had sex with someone after meeting the heroine. It is implied he was looking to hook up, but we never hear any details either way. There was a bunch of OM drama which I found a bit annoying considering like I mentioned above it was just DROPPED in the last 40% of the book. I mean it is implied Simon is crazy every time he showed up in the book, but NOTHING ever comes of it?!!. Last, the ending was SO sweet and had me bawling.So this was indeed a mixed bag for me. I felt a bit like the author was confused about where she wanted this story to head. A grouchy damaged guy who falls in love, or a grumpy man with secrets and a dangerous past that that catches up with him. Honestly, I preferred the second…


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