This is no ordinary story, as circumstances conspire to plunge the young lady, a master fencer, into the fateful position of saving France from the traitor. She cannot do it alone, but she will be a part of the battle. Feel the emotions of the musketeers as they are swept up in this battle. Can they accept a woman as an equal? Can they protect her. Should they protect her? Be careful, as you cannot stop once you begin. Fate has spoken.
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*****These are the best fiction books I have read in a few years. They are extremely well-written and put-together. Raymond Shannon from Ireland
*****Like James Michener, Kat Jaske understands that the best way to get readers interested in history is to bring the past to life with brilliant stories and characters." - Dave Lieber, Fort Worth Star-Telegram
*****"You are transported immediately to another time and place,
and you feel like you are there. The author is highly
skilled at instantly bringing the characters to life and
making you feel like you know them. Meet your new friends in this modern
*****"If you're looking for a rollicking, action-driven time travel
tale, you've come to the right place! Kat Jaske keeps
the reader turning the pages in the latest By Honor Bound
books. Salut!" - Righting Time
*****Five -Star Review From ForeWordReviews.com
*****Mon Dieu! Can this young lady write!
Under its quite forgettable cover lies an unforgettable
adventure fiction so exuberant, so unexpected that it leaves even the
most jaded reader breathless for more. Jaske’s “For
Honor: An Adventure of What Might Have Been” billed as Part
One of the “By Honor Bound” series, is a fast-paced,
swashbuckling book replete with humor, charm and valor extraordinaire.
There is the appealing, impetuous D’Artagnan, the youngest and greenest Musketeer; Athos, the brooding, undeclared leader of the quartet; Aramis, the reluctant duc de Rouen—a ladies man who yearns for the priesthood; and the lusty, comic Porthos, a former pirate afraid of water. Here, too, is Milady de Winter, returning as the cool, dangerous beauty in league with the enemy, but in this tale, surprisingly contrite.
Peopled with stealthy double agents, corrupt government
officials, and assorted tavern wenches, the book offers perilous situations
and non-stop action around every village corner.
I had reached a point several years ago, where I felt I had “outgrown”
historical novels. I was a particular fan of the Renaissance Period, yet
even these could not hold my attention. Until For Honor.
Tammy Hornbeck, Christian Book Previews.com
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***** These books would make a wonderful movie. Jane Moore
*****It (Gambit) really was so fun to read.
Kat's really good at creating characters you care about almost instantly.
*****I just wanted to write you and tell you how much I truly enjoyed reading Gambit: For Love of a Queen. My mother, Jane Moore, lives across the street from your mother and purchased copies for us to read. We enjoyed your last book so much and were very excited that your next book is available. I am an avid reader and your books are some of the most well-written that I have read.
Your ability to maintain complex plots
*****"I just finished your book (For Honor)
and absolutely loved it! ...The story kept
me totally engaged . . . I am sharing your website and book information
with my friends who are also avid readers. I eagerly await your next book"
. . .
Kat Jaske and instructor Frank Van Dyke of the Red Rock Fencing Center in Las Vegas.
Fencers love the books For Honor, Gambit, and Righting Time.