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Duty: First Novel of Rhynan (Novels of Rhynan Book 1) by [Rossano, Rachel]
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Duty to King

Tomas Dyrease, the newly made Earl of Irvaine and the village of Wisenvale, owes his good fortune to his king and the recent civil war. When his benefactor demands Tomas marry the cousin of a noble, he obeys. However, no one warned him that she wasn’t a typical noblewoman.

Duty to Others

Brielle Solarius struggles to keep her village from starvation under the new Lord Wisten, her cousin. The men rode off to war and never returned. The remaining women and children face a dire winter if they do not find a solution soon. When she learns her cousin sold her into marriage to save his life, she isn’t surprised. However, she is taken aback by Lord Irvaine’s unpolished ways. Was this man a noble or a foot soldier?

Duty to Each Other

Bound by the words of their vows, they face a rough future. They must forge a marriage while battling betrayal, accusations of treason, and villains from the past. Survival depends on their precarious trust in each other. Failure could mean death.

About the Author

Rachel Rossano balances her time between the chaos of raising and homeschooling her three children and the world of drama and high adventure in her head. With her faithful husband and chief consulting editor by her side, she dreams of many more adventures to come in both of her double lives.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2573 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 148236011X
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BAI41RO
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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I thought the book had a great foundation, and I immediately sympathized with Brielle's circumstances, in which she has to marry a complete stranger. I was looking forward to seeing how that was going to play out. And it was apparent how much she cared for the people in her community, who were in dire straits. It was obvious they needed help in a bad way, and I for one, wanted it to get better for them. But then, certain things confused me. First, Brielle has to run away from danger, with an older woman and two little kids in tow. Then later, she says it was cowardly to do so, to run away. But beforehand, it was implied she was being cautious. But then she throws that caution to the wind, and impulsively charges onto the battlefield to see her husband because...? Only that she was so incredibly devoted to him. Maybe I misunderstood it, but I thought Brielle and Tomas met and married just the week before, with him gone most of that time. And the next minute she's explaining to someone that she and Tomas have a solid friendship. Really? I had difficulty reading the rest after that. My thoughts kept getting in the way at how some things didn't add up. For example, why would Tomas, a trained warrior, let down his guard around a known traitorous villain? It was explained by Tomas, but not in a way that made sense, at least not in my mind. The framework of this book was well set up, but I found out it just wasn't for me.
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