Honor C.; by: C. Zampa
                                             reviewed by: Becky

When Honor Castillo convinces himself he isn’t gay, he begins a new life. He ends his affair with his lover, Jorge Villagomez, and marries Rebecca to establish a life with her as a respected San Antonio businessman. They have a son and he tells himself he is happy. 

Eleven years later, Jorge returns to San Antonio, and his path crosses with Honor’s once more. The flame of their passion never died, and neither did Jorge’s love for Honor. 

When Jorge approaches Honor to design his studio, Honor believes he can walk the line between friendship and lovers. But when a sudden crisis threatens to take Jorge from him forever, Honor must choose between his duty and his heart. Most of all, he’s forced to decide what he’s willing to lose in order to be true to who he really is.

I am so glad I read this book, it was a really satisfying read! I really felt for Honor and his conflicted soul, the feeling conveyed by the characters in this book are so heartfelt and real it just draws you in. I love sweet Jorge, and the fact that the way he feels about Honor never really goes away, even with the sting of rejection. This book is real and raw, and I highly recommend you read it! Thanks C. Zampa, for this fantastic glimpse into the world of true love!   *4.5 Stars*     

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