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Affair of Honor

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A QUESTION OF HONOR

Icy silver eyes held her captive until Ryder Sterne decided that his lovely prisoner wasn't a trespasser after all. But the electric encounter between the daredevil writer and beautiful philosophy profess Brenna Llewellyn had just begun. Ryder lived life in the fast lane, and Brenna had landed on the inside track. In his embrace she could almost forget t
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Mass Market Paperback, Silhouette Desire #49, 187 pages
Published May 1st 1983 by Silhouette Desire
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RLA
Nov 07, 2011 RLA rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The hero Ryder and the heroine Brenna meet when Brenna mistakes his cabin for the one she has rented and attempts to climb in the window. They immediately find a common ground in their interests and they end up spending a lot of time together over the following days. Brenna is not interested in a relationship, and very much concerned over her future after one of the professors she works with stole her ethics research and she has been advised to ignore it so not to jeopardise her career. Ryder is ...more
An Odd1
May 26, 2011 An Odd1 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
*** "Affair of honor" by Stephanie James aka Jayne Krentz aka Castle aka Amanda Quick. By any name, she is a consummate master of painting colorful fireworks on the stars of exploding universes when her characters consummmate. Silver-eyed rangy Marine-trained Ryder catches gold-eyed petite Brenna climbing through his Lake Tahoe Nevada cottage window the first night of her summer vacation from her first year teaching philosophy. Her retiring university department chairman has stolen her ethics re ...more
Maria
May 29, 2008 Maria rated it it was ok
A 1983 Jayne Ann Krentz, this book flowed smoothly, although the dialogue was strained in a few places. Not enough to cause a pause in the reading. One of the things I like best about Ms. Krentz's writing is that it reads so well; never a jarring moment. I did have trouble identifying with Brenna Llewellyn (Who ever heard of a woman getting slapped by a man and not minding?), but Ryder Sterne was her usual no-nonsense, wonderfully direct male. The plot was a little thin, but, hey, it's her early ...more
Farah
Aug 07, 2013 Farah rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: books, grandma-era
The book grabbed me from the first line , Ryder and Brenna's meeting was humorous and their exchange was witty , the relationship between them developed nicely and was convincing though the timeline was pretty short the development of Ryder and Brenna's relationship made it seem longer.


The book had the usual 80's touch with the heroine and hero's character but they were still very fun to read until the scene with Brenna and Damon came and I found myself very pissed off from Brenna's reaction t
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~Sara~
Oct 19, 2010 ~Sara~ rated it it was ok
Shelves: romance
The one thing that drove me crazy reading this novel is that the hero constantly called the heroine 'lady'. To me that is something you get called by a big city cab driver - it is not a term of endearment! I suppose it's better than 'little idiot' though!!! Also, to go from complete strangers to happily ever after in only 3 days is not really my idea of romance. I need a little more build up and character development to feel the love. I suppose I shouldn't expect more from an 80's Silhouette but ...more
Murphy
Sep 14, 2014 Murphy rated it it was amazing
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I really enjoyed this book. Her characters are always different than expected. I enjoyed all of her 80's books and took them for the era they were in and what was selling.
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Typical 80's.
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Jayne Ann Castle was born in Borrego Springs, California. Her mother, Alberta Castle, raised her with her two brothers, Stephen and James. In 1970, she obtained a B.A in History at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and later she obtained a Masters degree in Library Science from San Jose State University, where she met Frank Krentz, an engineer. After her graduation, they married and moved ...more
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