Book Review Farewell to Kindness

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updatedcoverTitle: Farewell to Kindness

Author: Jude Knight

Genre: Historical Romance

Rating: A

Buy: Amazon

The man who hunts. Rede believes he has turned his back on compassion and mercy. But he is distracted from the hunt for those who killed his family by his growing attraction for Anne. His feelings for her are a weakness. Or could they instead be a source of strength?

The woman who hides. Anne protected her family from scandal and worse by changing their identity. She must keep Rede from discovering who they are. She cannot give him her heart without trusting him, yet how she trust him when he has closed himself off to love?

And the danger that threatens them both. When their enemies link forces, Rede and Anne must face the past in order to claim the future.

Rede and Anne are two very different but somehow they do match well together. Rede is on the hunt for the people who killed his family. Anne had to change her identity, and must stop Rede from finding out who she is. The historical setting works well. I liked Anne. She’s an interesting and engaging character. Rede was a little more difficult to connect to.

The book is quite long, a little less than 400 pages. It didn’t drag though, instead it moved along nicely. Historical romance fans will love it.

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2 thoughts on “Book Review Farewell to Kindness

  1. Thank you. My very first review for Farewell. I’m delighted that you liked Anne, and also that you took a while to warm to Rede. I got quite cross with him myself! Happy dance.

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