Oath - K.J. Jackson

Oath

By K.J. Jackson

  • Release Date: 2017-01-23
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 12 Ratings

Description

A lady out for vengeance collides with the one man that can stand in her way.

The lady bent on vengeance.
Lady Canton has a list. A list of men she is ruining, one by one. The work is satisfying—as each and every one of the despicable men deserves it—and if Livia has to bend the rules of propriety for success—so be it. What she doesn’t anticipate is a past love barging into her life, determined to stop her.

The man that will stand in her way.
Lady Canton threw him over years ago to marry a lecherous old fool for his title, so the last thing Lord Reggard wants is to entangle himself with her again. But when Livia threatens to ruin one of his best friends, Tieran is forced to take matters into his own hands to stop her.

A second chance at first love.
Livia never stopped loving him, and Tieran is intent on using that fact to his advantage. Never mind the callousness of his actions—his loyalty to Livia died years ago and he has no desire to revisit the past with her. Yet the past may be the one thing Tieran cannot escape, and he may very well discover he never stopped loving her as well.

Note: The books in the Lords of Action series by K.J. Jackson are each stand-alone stories and can be read individually in any order. These historical romances are set in the Regency and Victorian eras, and do not shy away from scenes with steamy heat, occasional naughty language, and moments that might possibly make you squirm.

Reviews

  • Ms

    5
    By Lholmly
    Hands down, my favorite historical romance author. Ms. Jackson's novels portray the lives of amazingly strong women with complex personal stories. The depth of her characters is always fascinating and often emotionally tear provoking. I could not put this latest one down and highly recommend this book and her entire collection.
  • Redemption

    5
    By Lisaduhaime
    First , I will say I am an arc reader for KJ. I am giving this review freely. I have reviewed other books for her. How amazing that Oath comes out 2 days after the woman's March. 3 days after Trump took the oath of office.. This is the 3 rd book in the series. It can be read as a stand alone. I would highly recommend reading the other 2. These books are about women. The rights of women. It's about what men think they can do to women, mind you not all men especially our hero Tieran. The story is about human trafficking ,it is also about war and its effects on our soldiers. This story sounds like she is writing about present day, actually this story beginsMay,1812 In Cheshire England. In our world right now we just had over one million women March for their rights . Livia is one of these women. A very brave strong woman willing to do anything to destroy the men on the "list". Someone will give you a synopsis of the story,I would rather just say this book is great!!!! It will touch your soul. It is so relevant to us,to all women. Of course the love story not just touches the soul it warms it up and gives a very needed hug. Please read this book. You will truly remember it. Lisa from Dartmouth