Journey of Honor Reviews

“I found ten definitions of “honor” in my dictionary. Here are three that apply to this book and form the backbone of the story: honesty, fairness, or integrity in one’s beliefs and actions: a man of honor; a source of credit or distinction: to be an honor to one’s family; high respect, as for worth, merit, or rank: to be held in honor. ”

~ Janet Kay Jensen

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“I recommend this book to anyone who roots for the good guy, cries for the injured, and wants to see love conquer all.”

~ Cheryl C., 5-star review on Amazon

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“Just read this book. Very good. Couldn’t put it down. Never heard of this author before but glad I read her book. Is there more out there by her?”

~ A&D, commenting at New LDS Fiction

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“This is a clean book that is appropriate for all ages. It’s also a very quick read. And it got my mind thinking, “What if?” Which is always a good thing.”

~ Tamara Heiner, Chasing Dreams

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“Journey of Honor is fluffy, romantic, escapist entertainment for a rainy winter afternoon or a day at the beach, especially for readers who do not expect facts and historical accuracy to burden their romance fiction. Journey of Honor is a romantic historical romp, exactly the type of book to read in a bubble bath. ”

~ Marsha Ward, Writer in the Pines

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“This is a great book and a fast read. I was easily pulled into the story and uplifted by the way Giselle and Trace handled the trials. This a a book you will want to read again and again.”

~ Jewel Adams, Jewel’s World

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“I liked the premise of this book. I thought Hawkes had a great story idea and her characters were lovable. I was pulling for the protagonists the whole trek west. It was a sweet, clean love story. I also enjoyed the historical aspect of the novel, as I have pioneer ancestors and like imagining their struggles on their journey to the mountain West.”

~ Karen Dupaix, Karen Dupaix Writes

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“Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by Journey of Honor. The author did a great job showing the building relationship between Giselle and Trace. I definitely wanted to keep reading to see how their relationship progressed. It’s an interesting story that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.”

~ Kimberly Job, Scribbled Scraps

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“I classify this book as a romance novel with an LDS historical background. So, you romance lovers will find a great read in Journey of Honor.”

~ Sheila, Why Not? Because I Said So!

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“Hard to put down, Hawkes crafted her story in a way that made me eager to turn the page and discover how the characters would respond to their trials, and how it would end!”

~ Squeaky Clean Reads

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“I really enjoyed this story of a determined pioneer girl and her journey across the plains to Utah. Her courage and faith along with her growing love for her (marriage of convenience) husband make an interesting and fun story that is hard to put down.”

~ GoodReads