Logan and Jin are back again in the next installment of their rocky romance.
Jin is trying to keep the things together with Logan out of town. Then he finds out that Logan has been challenged to a Sepat, an honor challenge in which not only does Logan have to appear but Jin and others from their tribe also have to fight for the honor of their tribe.
The challenge is being held in Mongolia and it is a long and treacherous journey that all must endure for them to succeed in the end and win the challenge. It is hard on Logan and Jin for they must be apart during the challenge; it is a challenge in which Logan's humanity is at stake as well as the leadership and honor of the tribe.
Honored Vow was a really good continuation of Jin and Logan's story. I will gladly recommend this to all who liked reading the first two of the series. The harrowing Challenge of the Sepat made for a great backdrop to the continuing build of love and trust between Logan and Jin. Again Mary has written a very good book.
Sequel to Trusted Bond
Jin Rayne is still growing into his frightening new powers as a nekhene cat and his place as reah of Logan Church's tribe when he learns that a sepat, an honor challenge, has been called. Logan, who has never wanted to do anything but lead his small-town tribe, must travel around the world to Mongolia and fight to become the most powerful leader in the werepanther world.
Logan won't be the only one making the journey. As his mate, Jin must fight with him to honor his commitment to Logan, his culture, and his tribe. But the trial is long, involving a prolonged separation between the two men, and Logan's humanity is at stake. In order to make it through the nightmarish sepat, Jin and Logan must accept their fates, trust each other, and honor the vows between them no matter the cost.