A Man for Honor

Second Chance MatchWith four children and a dilapidated farmhouse, Amish widow Honor King asks Seven Poplars s matchmaker to find her a secure and reliable new husband Someone the opposite of her first love who left her at the altar nine years ago, yet whom she s never been able to forget Luke s back in town, and also looking for a new partner For him, there s only oneSecond Chance MatchWith four children and a dilapidated farmhouse, Amish widow Honor King asks Seven Poplars s matchmaker to find her a secure and reliable new husband Someone the opposite of her first love who left her at the altar nine years ago, yet whom she s never been able to forget Luke s back in town, and also looking for a new partner For him, there s only one candidate to be his wife the woman he let get away But when Honor won t let him into her life, he works his way into her house Hammer in hand, he ll fix her home but it ll take than brawn and nails to mend her heart.
A Man for Honor Second Chance MatchWith four children and a dilapidated farmhouse Amish widow Honor King asks Seven Poplars s matchmaker to find her a secure and reliable new husband Someone the opposite of her firs

  • Title: A Man for Honor
  • Author: EmmaMiller
  • ISBN: 9781335509284
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “A Man for Honor”

    1. This story truly is Love Inspired - with the matchmaker from Seven Poplars helping to give Luke a second chance at winning the heart and hand of Honor King, the person he left at the altar nine years ago. He is returning to the area in the hope of rekindling their love after the death of the man she married after he abandoned her. First, however, he has to win the trust of Honor and get her to speak to him again if he’s to stand any chance. She’s now a widow with four children under seven ye [...]

    2. I loved this story and it made me smile, especially when the book opens and the boys fly out of the barn and into a mud puddle, oh boy does Honor have her hands full!The author has a young man Luke returning to his roots and the woman he literally left at the altar, and now he wants to rekindle his relationship, with the help of the Matchmaker, with Honor. We get to watch as he works his way back into her life, a little bit at a time. We find that forgiveness isn’t always easy, and old hurts d [...]

    3. Isn't that a great cover? It perfectly captures Honor -- you can see the steely glint of determination in her expressions, can't you? And that determination is to keep Luke from needling his way back into her life. She is so prickly every time he shows up it's awkward and funny and a little bit heartbreaking because he is so besotted. And Honor's kinner are a hoot. Rough and tumble and out of control. This doting mama needs a crash course on child discipline which makes a relationship with Luke [...]

    4. This sixth book of the Amish Matchmaker series is even better than the last. A quick, fun read, that you can finish in a day or two.

    5. This is a reunion romance. Honor is a widow with four young children, the baby born six months after the death of her husband. She needs a husband and she asks the matchmaker to find her a nice steady, reliable man.The man the matchmaker puts forward is Luke, who abandoned Honor on her wedding day. Devastated by his betrayal, she marries the first man who asks and it isn’t entirely successful. When he died, he left Honor with a delapidated house and farm and a very mischievous set of boys and [...]

    6. I really enjoyed this. I have only read Amish books from a few different Authors and I like to see how their traditions are different. Each community has different rules. This was the most modern Amish community that I have been introduced to but I liked it. Honor needed help, she just couldn't admit it to herself. Her kids were running the household in their own little way. Being a widow with 4 small children had to be rough! I could not imagine, especially being so far from other families.

    7. This is the first book I've read in The Amish Matchmaker series, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I know I'll be reading more in the series and also by this author. I fell in love with Luke on page one! I just knew he was a good man with a loving heart.

    8. When Luke Weaver hires Sara Yoder, the Amish matchmaker, he already knows who he wants to marry, but he needs Sara's help to win her back. Years ago Luke jilted Honor, and she married another, now widowed and the mother of 4 children, she could use some help around her farm.Honor reluctantly agrees to let Luke help to fix up the farm, but insists on paying him.Can Luke win back Honor's trust, and her heart?Honor has her hands full with three boys who are always getting into mischief and a baby d [...]

    9. I love Amish themed romance. I thought this book had a lot of classic elements, particularly the theme of second chance at love. A Man for Honor was good but not great. I enjoyed the characters and did get invested in their lives but just wanted a little more of the day to day detail. I wasn't a fan of the cover at all but think with a little work this could go from good to great very easily.

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