Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Faith and Honor by Robin Maderich

Although published in various genres of romance, both in print and electronic format, Robin Maderich's first novel was historical, released by Warner Books (before the big merger with Time) in 1989. Faith and Honor hs since been reprinted and the second in the trilogy released. Most recently Robin is enjoying an association with New Concepts Publishing and had a brief but satisfying association with Inara Press. She has also illustrated a children's e-book which was released last year.

The rural village in Pennsylvania where Robin resides with her husband and multiple pets has provided much of her recent inspiration. The fact her three sons are all grown has allowed her more time to pursue writing. As one might expect, Robin's feelings regarding that circumstance are mixed.
Robin's love of history, research, the intricacies of detail and stretching her imagination have aided her immensely through the ever-expanding process of learning her craft.

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About the book:

Rescued from the harrassment of British officers in Colonial Boston by handsome, secretive Fletcher Irons, Faith Ashley's slumbering passions are ignited, until the discovery that Fletcher himself is an officer of the army she has come to despise, a man who is the enemy. Yet with persistence, Fletcher wins the fiery Faith's love. When the colonies erupt in Revolution, Faith refuses to choose between her loyalty to the cause and her love for the man who is far more than the color of his uniform. Will her honor be her undoing?

My Review:

I have not read this book yet. My copy is on the way. Review to come.


Tracee said...

Thanks for posting the spotlight!

Robin Maderich said...

Brittanie - Thanks for posting the information about my book. If you don't receive your copy today, please let me know and I'll rush another one right out to you.

Thanks again and wishing you all the best,

Robin Maderich

Cheryl said...

I can't wait to read your review. I loved this book!


Tracy said...

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, great vacation reading.

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